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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Berlin: The Oscar-nominated filmmaker’s unconventional death montage offers an effective defense against historical forgetting.
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.
“We will do better to honor our actors of color,” the showrunner said after “Riverdale” was called out by one of its own.
A vérité doc shot inside the Oakland Police Department, “The Force” is a portrait of police reform that proves its futility.
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Moss and her co-star Michael Stuhlbarg talk making “Shirley,” a hallucinatory anti-biopic consistent with the work she has been doing all along.
Ava DuVernay and her “Selma” cast wore “I Can’t Breathe” T-shirts to the New York City premiere after the death of Eric Garner.
A new report from Parrot Analytics suggests that television viewers have an increased interest in two of Netflix’s most socially-relevant series.
AT&T will favor customers who use its own streaming service, which would’ve been prohibited under former net neutrality regulations.
A sneak peek of “Connected” from Sony Pictures Animation and a Henry Selick Masterclass highlight the French festival’s second wave of programming (June 15-30).