A series of interviews featuring linguist, philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky done in hand-drawn animation.
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“Drive My Car,” “Flee,” and “The Worst Person in the World” are among the frontrunners, but there are always surprises.
Sundance: As the eponymous antihero at the heart of John Patton Ford’s slick and smart feature debut, Plaza continues her ascension to formidable leading lady.
“Have I done nothing to advance the cause from my soapbox? I guess I’m not loud enough,” the “Cyrano” star said.
Sundance: Ramin Bahrani’s doc is a morbidly funny capitalism horror story about a body armor salesman who only cared about saving himself.
“It felt like I was part of organizing a surprise birthday party for a bunch of people who would appreciate it,” Andrew Garfield said of concealing his Spidey cameo.
Sundance: Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne’s feature directorial debut is a warm-hearted comedy that feels relatable, even when getting very specific indeed.
Sundance: Filmmaker Jamie Dack expands her award-winning short of the same name for an uncomfortable and very real look at growing up.
The late comedian brought a certain kind of care to Christine Baskets that made the whole show a richer family portrait.
Production designer Grant Major discusses what makes the Burbanks’ house haunted.
Every day is a new murder (and a new celebrity) in Will Arnett’s “Murderville.” The only catch? No celeb has a clue…or a script. Watch the hilarious trailer below.
“The Royal Treatment” continues to reign on the Netflix chart while “The French Dispatch” remains strong.
People forget that the arts have always required champions, and this is as true today as ever. Irwin Young was one of those champions.