A crew of international astronauts are sent on a private mission to Jupiter’s fourth moon.
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Arturo Castro gives one of the most magnetic performances of the entire HBO series in a story about a man whose body starts to rebel against him.
“It’s acting. It’s not so hard. I think anybody can do it. What’s the big deal? What do you do? You say the words, you make a face. There’s nothing to it.”
According to Chappelle, the controversy is discouraging film festivals from screening his new documentary about his 2020 summer comedy tour.
A wide range of movies means that getting voters’ attention is going to be a high priority.
The “Merchant of Menace” was a multifaceted actor with a fascinating backstory.
Hughes’ idea, according to Anthony Michael Hall, was to pick up with the characters in their “twenties or thirties.”
If there’s a right way to watch movies, is there also a wrong one? The IndieWire film team reflects on a viral tweet, and what it says about how we consume our content.
Stephen McKinley Henderson compared Aster and Phoenix’s vibe on set to that of “really old friends.”
The legendary cinematographer is publishing for the first time a collection of his still photos that date back to the ’70s.
Jorge Gutiérrez’s long-awaited animated Netflix show boasts a dazzling array of visual styles evoking hand-drawn 2D, stop-motion, and CG animation.
The IDA is one of several awards groups that help create momentum for documentary Oscar contenders.
Nolan calls “Dune” a “real gift to film fans everywhere.”