Rithy Panh uses clay figures, archival footage, and his narration to recreate the atrocities Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge committed between 1975 and 1979.
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The “Nomadland” Oscar winner has been persona non grata in China over the last several months.
Stars Rose Reid and Jedidiah Goodacre gamely cycle through a predictable run of rom-com tropes, but the Brian Baugh film is never able to find its own heart.
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Micheaux was one of the great trailblazers in film history, but the industry has yet to fully appreciate his legacy. Time to change that.
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Angelina Jolie protects a young boy from assassins and wildfires in the woods of Montana in Taylor Sheridan’s throwback thriller.
Rafe Spall and Esther Smith star as a couple doing their best to welcome a new child while the lives of everyone around them are changing just as quickly.