Jeff Nichols
The feature is being described as broadening the landscape already detailed in director John Krasinski's first two features.
The filmmaker discussed his plans for "Alien Nation" during a recent interview on the Team Deakins podcast.
"A Quiet Place Part II" is currently scheduled to open in theaters April 23, 2021.
The director's family podcast "Hank the Cowdog" also features the voice of his "Midnight Special" stars Kirsten Dunst.
For their first film together since "Midnight Special," "Yankee Comandante" is based on a David Grann New Yorker article.
Part Lucero music video, part short film, "Long Way Back Home" features Shannon, Garrett Hedlund, Scoot McNairy, and Paul Sparks.
IndieWire spoke with three artists who have found critical and commercial success on everything from 'Star Wars" to "A Ghost Story," and how to maintain that delicate balance.
The "Loving" director is luring key Hollywood talent to Little Rock, Arkansas for the new Arkansas Cinema Society's first three-day film event, "Premiere."
Initially inspired by a New York Times article, Rachel Lambert used real life to frame her star-studded feature debut.
Even as nonprofit arts organizations are under attack, the filmmaker is drawing inspiration from Richard Linklater's Austin Film Society to launch a year-round cinema organization in Arkansas.
Ruth Negga earned her first Oscar nomination for "Loving," but the film should have been a real contender in other categories as well.
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