In tribute to the late filmmaker, IndieWire has assembled five essential films from Pennebaker's prolific catalogue.
The embattled former "House of Cards" star and Oscar winner has once again reappeared.
Warner Bros. has unveiled new dates for two of its most anticipated upcoming projects.
"When people react with hate, it saddens me," the Marvel screenwriter said.
The Australian "Nightingale" filmmaker has her sights set on Marvel's Aboriginal superhero Manifold.
Before diving into "Aquaman 2," Wan will first circle back to where he got his start.
The "Selma" and "When They See Us" filmmaker gears up for a big jump: a sprawling comic book adaptation about an advanced race of cosmic beings.
Darko Stante's debut film, which premiered at TIFF last year, follows a group of pent-up hoodlums at a youth detention center.
From Hitchcock to Tarantino, filmmakers have been using heat to create tension for as long as cinema has existed.
The filmmaker condemns the backlash to her Babadook followup: "My gender overtook my film."
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Television personality Chelsea Handler was among those trying to blame President Donald Trump for the burglary of Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) home in Baltimore, seemingly mistaking the timing of the break-in.
Featuring a brilliant performance by Kelvin Harrison Jr, this taut drama-thriller will force audiences to contend with their own prejudices.
The F-word is said over 900 times in Tarantino's nine movies so far.
The Aussie icon is up for del Toro's first film as director since "The Shape of Water."
At over 13 hours, La Flor, opening this weekend, brings a whole new meaning to the concept of "binge-watching."
If you have not watched the "Game of Thrones" series finale, then you should definitely stay away from the "Fast and Furious" spinoff.
Norton also stars in his reworking of the Jonathan Lethem detective novel of the same name.
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As Fathom Events gives the classic immigrant drama a 200-theater release September 15, Nava says the film is even more relevant today.