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The best filmmaking craft on display at TIFF, Venice, and Telluride, from costumes to editing, sound design to production design.
Phoenix is the current frontrunner in the Best Actor Oscar race.
The thrilling Moon Rover battle/chase required a special 3D rig, and the look of deep space needed custom 35mm lenses.
Contemporary film critics have long pointed to Penny Lane as a glaring example of the manic pixie dream girl trope.
Jones' seventh year as the director of the fall festival will mark his latest, as he looks to turn his attentions behind the camera.
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The 10th film from Wes Anderson is a love letter to journalists.
Skarsgard's comment should come as relief to anyone worried Villeneuve might be on close watch after the "Blade Runner 2049" flop.
The beloved cinematographer-turned-filmmaker makes her major Hollywood studio debut with a pulse-pounding revenge thriller.
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Duane Chapman spoke out about his recent heart health scare, saying he "had a broken heart."
Filmmaker Alla Kovgan brings Merce Cunningham's remarkable work to the big screen through what else but the magic of dance.
Arriving in theaters five years after it was shot, James Franco's "Zeroville" ruins a great book about the mythic power of the movies.
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Rambo’s cartoonish action feats may have been riveting in the Reagan years, but these days, they’re just a tiresome slog.
Ang Lee unveiled "Gemini Man" to journalists today and talked high frame rates, 3D and creating Will Smith Junior.
Brad Pitt cares more about Ad Astra being talked about a decade from now than Ad Astra dominating the box office over its debut weekend.
Martin Luther King III, son of the civil rights leader, said that if fans didn't watch NFL games, Colin Kaepernick would get signed by a team.