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Infused with her dark humor, the filmmaker’s technical savvy and clear point of view made “Zola” a formally daring invention.
The Dave Chappelle special continues to be a source of controversy for the streamer, leading to the termination of one employee.
This week’s choices include a grisly new “Halloween,” the ultimate “are men okay?” battle royale, and a delightful Mia Hansen-Løve joint, plus so much more.
The Participant CCO and former director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program died Thursday of cancer in New York. She was 66.
Hail “Lucifer,” which recently premiered its sixth and final season on Netflix and continues to be a major viewership hit.
A man believes another man is using time travel to steal his wife in this misogynistic clunker that seems to think it’s really a deep romance.
“I Know What You Did Last Summer” is a top contender for 2021’s “Most Unpleasant New Series.”
Michael Dorman is equal parts Garrett Hedlund and Llewyn Davis in a down-and-out love story about a hustler with a heart of gold.
From underseen Laird Cregar vehicles to a Russian chiller based on a Nikolai Gogol story, from J-Horror to the Mexican gem “Alucarda,” these are the best horror movies the genre has to offer.
IndieWire rounds up what not to miss at this year’s festival, from a “RuPaul’s Drag Race” documentary to the restoration of John Cameron Mitchell’s “Shortbus.”
Filmmaker Jeymes Samuel says the movie is a more truthful vision of the Old West, where one in four cowboys were Black.
Still-fledgling organizations like Time’s Up have unveiled a bounty of initiatives and panels over the past few years, but real change for Hollywood’s women is going to take much more.