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Lumière Prize Winner Jane Campion on Trust, Love and the Place of Women in Cinema

Jane Campion, the first woman filmmaker to have received a Palme d’Or in Cannes (for “The Pianist” in 1993), is in Lyon for another first, as she becomes…

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 Title Leaks, But Is That Really What It’s Called?

The title to the highly anticipated sequel to the Academy Award winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse may have just been revealed due to an apparent leak. If the…

Dune Review: A Spectacular Adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Sci-Fi Classic

Frank Herbert’s science fiction opus gets a stellar adaptation worthy of the big screen. Dune is not a pop cinema spectacle that sacrifices storytelling for bloated CGI effects.…

‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ reveals story behind star’s risky MS treatment

The film is an intimate, unvarnished look at Blair’s struggles with the autoimmune disorder and her journey to undergo a potentially fatal stem cell transplant. 

Shorts International Pacts With Rakuten TV for European Expansion (EXCLUSIVE)

Shorts International, owner of ShortsTV, has struck a deal with Rakuten TV to roll out the Shorts and Cortos channels across Europe. The free-to-view advertising supported short film…

Diane Weyermann, Participant Executive and ‘Inconvenient Truth’ Producer, Dies at 66

Diane Weyermann, chief content officer at Participant and former director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program died Thursday of cancer in New York. She was 66. For…

Oscar Isaac on ‘The Card Counter,’ Befriending Timothée Chalamet and Not Confining Latino Actors to ‘Very Specific Stories’

Oscar Isaac is one of the hottest actors working in Hollywood, showcased by his distinct and invigorating performances in films such as “The Card Counter” from Paul Schrader,…

Why Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s bromance is so captivating 24 years later

In an industry rife with narcissists and divas, Damon and Affleck’s careers ascended at the same speed, and they’ve always had each other’s backs.

The Tender Bar Trailer: Ben Affleck Teams with Director George Clooney in Quest for Oscar Glory

Amazon Prime Video has just released the official trailer for the George Clooney drama, The Tender Bar, starring Ben Affleck and Tye Sheridan. It harkens back to a…

Halle Berry undergoes dramatic make-under in new ‘Bruised’ trailer

The 55-year-old actress — who is known for her glamorous red-carpet appearances — plays a down-and-out MMA fighter in the upcoming Netflix film, her directorial debut.

Best Actress: Leading Women of Color Not Contending for Oscars – Why?

Coming up on the 20th anniversary of Halle Berry’s historic best actress win in 2002, we’re still looking for a second woman of color to join her. Now…

Will Oscar Contenders Break Through in a COVID-Battered Box Office?

In 2014, Fox Searchlight methodically rolled out “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” a twee pastiche of old-world Europe, in movie theaters across North America. The quirky comedic drama, from…