A member of an Israeli anti-terrorist unit clashes with a group of young radicals.
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“Synonyms” director Nadav Lapid fled Israel and swore he would never speak Hebrew again, but his body wouldn’t let him forget who he was.
Nadav Lapid goes to Paris for this brilliant and maddening story about an Israeli man desperate to be French.
The Fox News host used his platform on Friday to criticize celebrities donating money to causes surrounding the current protests.
“Ammonite” would’ve world-premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, but now will have to enter the very crowded fall circuit.
Thomas Vinterberg’s comedy is among the official selections of this year’s canceled Cannes Film Festival.
A Daily Beast story reveals the “A Ghost Story” producer’s behavior was common knowledge in, and even abetted by, certain members of the Dallas film scene.
The “Midsommar” director is once again up to his typically subversive tricks.
The sequel, based on André Aciman’s “Find Me,” would put Stuhlbarg’s Professor Perlman front and center.
The industry is still working on getting buy-in for all parties to coalesce around one set of rules.
The sketch comedy series with an all-black cast and writers’ room was hilarious, smart on race, and just getting started.
Songwriters Thomas Mizer and Curtis Moore discuss the crafting of “Mrs. Maisel’s” first original song in Season 3 for pop star Shy Baldwin (Leroy McClain).
For “The King of Staten Island,” Apatow wanted more exciting camerawork, so he turned to one of the best in the business.
A&E and Paramount Network have put a pin in their popular reality series centered on law enforcement.
Édgar Ramírez and Michael Pitt are wasted in a deeply stupid sci-fi story about the future of American fascism.