From "Nosferatu" to recent Alfonso Cuarón and Thomas Vinterberg masterpieces, here are films that have earned del Toro's stamp of approval.
“The decisions that I make now are not based on my personal taste, but based on what the story requires,” the Oscar-winning production designer told IndieWire. “That’s when you realize the narrative power of the craft.”
Aparicio is starring opposite Damián Alcázar in a new horror movie titled "Presences."
If "Roma" hadn't earned 10 Oscar nominations in 2019, would "Parasite" not have won Best Picture in 2020?
Aparicio’s stardom has ignited an undeniable paradigm shift within Mexican society.
Aparicio penned a New York Times op-ed about how the phenomenon of "Roma" changed her life, and the world.
Presented by The Criterion Collection, "Nothing At Stake" is Kogonada's first video essay release since 2017.
Lila Avilés' emotional debut may sound similar to last year's Oscar winner on paper, but this year's contender has its own unique appeal.
Alfonso Cuarón's love letter to Mexico City marks the rare DVD/Blu-ray release for any Netflix original film.
Breaking down three myths about Oscar voting, including the idea that foreign films can't win best picture.
With the advent of cameras like the Alexa 65, a new generation of large format filmmaker is using its immersive qualities in exciting ways.
Paul Thomas Anderson makes a strong showing on the poll with two movies in the top 10.
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