Sweetpea searches for her missing rock star boyfriend Jamie in a forest in Japan.
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The lanky actor and Oscar nominee, who became Hollywood’s face of the ’60s, died of respiratory failure surrounded by family in his home.
HBO’s mega franchise aims to end on a high note with its seventh consecutive VFX Emmy with more destructive firepower than ever before.
A winner of top prizes at both Sundance and Berlin this year, “Midnight Traveler” documents Hassan Fazili’s epic escape from the Taliban.
With hues of “Weekend” and “Call Me by Your Name,” Lucio Castro’s poignant and sexy romance will break your heart and mend it all at once.
It will be Richardson’s first-ever superhero movie and his second time working on a Serkis-directed movie.
By doing away with traditional narrated experiences and familiar predator/prey divides, the nature documentary gets a harsh, necessary reimagining.
Film scholar Karina Longworth is hosting an open call for film buffs to participate in the long-running Hollywood podcast.
A nurse tries to get revenge on her own bad luck in a frustratingly fractured new thriller from “Harmonium” director Fukada Kōji.
The Academy Award winner is once again in hot water amid the unfolding disaster of her busted Broadway bow in “Tea at Five.”
Italian-born, Texas–based filmmaker Roberto Minervini reflects on being an outsider with “What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?”
“Bend It Like Beckham” director Gurinder Chadha tells IndieWire why she opted to “f**k cynicism!” with a new film that’s just cheesy enough to bring the world together.
The Chinese-born star recently shared a propaganda post in support of the police during ongoing anti-government protests in Hong Kong.