A self-destructive woman attempts to leave behind her years of drug abuse and reckless sex with a solo, 1,000-mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail.
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Never-before-seen creatures circle the globe after an unexpected emergence — and there’s also a new “Pacific Rim” show.
Ava DuVernay also questioned the Hollywood Foreign Press after the organization, plagued by scandal, announced inclusion efforts on social media.
This weekend, Oprah talks to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the duo’s first interview since leaving Royal life.
Michael Wolf Snyder also worked with Zhao on her 2017 film “The Rider.”
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Radu Jude’s tale of a sex tape gone wrong jams two very different movies together for a bold, hilarious take on society’s awful state.
Malcolm D. Lee said he was surprised at how politically incorrect the character was in the 1996 original.
Baker directs an ode to glam in grimy New York in this short for Khaite’s fall/winter collection.
From “Soul” to “Birds of Prey,” we rounded up the best film soundtracks from last year.
Brewer has been directing Black stories for over 15 years, but as he tells IndieWire, only recently began to question the decision.
Apple bought “CODA” at Sundance for the world, but the film’s financiers had already sold rights to international distributors.
It’s guild awards season. Catch-up on the past week’s nominations for costumes, animation, visual effects, and more.