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Laura Gabbert’s documentary about a decadent food event at the Met asks one simple question: Is history cake?
McQueen’s “Mangrove,” plus other films in the “Small Axe” trilogy, are dedicated to the memory of George Floyd.
Clooney returns to the space genre as a director after acting in Steven Soderbergh’s “Solaris” and Alfonso Cuaron’s “Gravity.”
Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Jessie Buckley add pop to the feminist pageant comedy, while Greg Kinnear serves up an icky Bob Hope worth despising.
The all-gay cast’s powerhouse performances elevate this sophisticated, tart-tongued second screen adaptation of the 1968 play.
Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence will debate one another on Wednesday, October 7.
The HBO Max series will retain the key plot points and narrative technique from the classic 1950 film.
Amazon described the untitled spinoff as part college show and part “Hunger Games” with all the heart, satire, and raunch of the core series.
Sorkin’s epic period piece about the famed trial is a giant, giddy burst of theatricality, but Cohen’s performance is on another level.
Will “Next Goal Wins,” “Stillwater,” and “C’mon, C’mon” wind up at Sundance?
Looking to update your bookshelf? This list of recommendations from IndieWire staffers includes screenwriting manuals, historical deep dives, and more film books.
The fourth season of Jon Favreau and Roy Choi’s journey through famous kitchens is the perfect balance between controlled and experiential.