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After much anticipation, Denis Villeneuve will at last get to finish his two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel.
The filmmaker explains to IndieWire how she got involved with the CGI tools at her disposal to bring her visual style to a bigger canvas.
The DOC NYC shortlist often influences future awards for documentaries.
The buzzy Oscar contender took the Grand Prize; “Belle” from GKids and director Mamoru Hosoda earned the Special Jury Prize.
Reilly is already raving over Alan Haim’s performance in Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie.
A petition, legislation, showrunner pledges: Inside the movement to make real guns become imaginary on set.
The film releases in select theaters on November 24 before arriving on the streaming platform December 10.
Exclusive: Robert Greene shares a directing credit with six survivors of Catholic sex abuse in this documentary coming to Netflix in November.
Matthias Schweighöfer’s addition to the growing franchise does best when it’s playing to its own strengths: zippy heist action and the winsome charm of the director and star himself.
In an excerpt from his latest book, “Hollywood Victory: The Movies, Stars, and Stories of World War II,” IndieWire’s Christian Blauvelt explores how the industry responded to the onset of World War II.
It took the “Dune” makeup team 7 months to design and build Skarsgård’s villainous Baron prosthetics.
Also, cancel culture isn’t real.