When the Russian mob kidnaps the daughter of a reformed criminal, he rounds up his old crew and seeks his own brand of justice.
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At a live event for the 2021 Tribeca Festival, Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson discussed recent debates about the film industry’s future and took questions from the audience.
Despite a puzzling historical backdrop, Soderbergh’s lightweight crime-gone-wrong story goes down easy.
During a recent Tribeca Festival panel, the filmmaker discussed the difficult filming conditions he worked through while directing his latest film.
“Physical” is a showcase for Byrne that will have you jumping — even as things feel a bit unbalanced.
Visual effects supervisor Jay Redd details the poignant Season 2 finale and bringing an alternate space race history to life.
Mindy Kaling will executive produce the untitled workplace comedy series for Netflix.
With 73 titles on the ballot, the documentary series race is about as crowded as it can get for a category with only five nominees.
As theaters begin showing signs of life and streaming and VOD options stay hefty, IndieWire is here to guide you through all of your new viewing options each week.
Toolkit: An oral history of “When the Sun Goes Down” with Jon M. Chu, cinematographer Alice Brooks, and choreographer Christopher Scott.
A teen pregnancy brings out the worst among the damaged residents of a small Quebec town in Jeanne Leblanc’s emotionally remote feature.
“The Handmaid’s Tale,” which premiered its fourth season on Hulu earlier in the year, continues to be a major ratings driver for Hulu.
Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein’s latest feature will hit theaters and VOD in July.