Errol Morris (The Fog of War) profiles legendary photographer Elsa Dorfman, whose subjects have included such friends as Allen Ginsberg, Bob Dylan, and Jonathan Richman. [Synopsis courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival]
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In a year where we’re still waiting to see plenty of other Best Picture contenders, Apple’s late addition has time to breakthrough.
We’re looking back at “Gossip Girl,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and more shows that defined the network.
The 25th annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival opens with “The Banshees of Inisherin,” closes with “Living,” and will feature a special presentation of “Top Gun: Maverick” with Miles Teller.
No Netflix film this year received more press than Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde,” but it had a short reign at the top of the chart.
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Trevor Noah’s “Daily Show” is averaging nearly 1 million fewer viewers than Jon Stewart’s — but the show is still Comedy Central’s crown jewel.
“If you’re not sure if that’s them in there, don’t make blanket statements, because it makes you not sound like you know what you’re doing,” Goldberg warned critics.
Last year’s rule changes could lead to a wide and varied field of contenders. (Constantly updated.)
“Interview with the Vampire” on AMC is the perfect example of how to take a text and build upon it for a different time.
AFI’s annual cinema celebration runs Wednesday, November 2 through Sunday, November 6 in Los Angeles.
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“‘The Batman’ wants you to play the Joker – but you cannot tell anyone,” Keoghan’s agent told him.