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Cynthia Nixon, Robert Altman’s ‘Tanner ‘88,’ and Running For Public Office Now & Then

We look back at the groundbreaking HBO mini-series and Cynthia Nixon’s prominent role, ahead the Democratic Primary.


New to Streaming: ‘Miami Vice,’ ‘Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda,’ ‘Black Panther,’ and More

All the newly streaming films of Netflix, Amazon, MUBI, and more.


NYC Weekend Watch: ‘Perfect Blue,’ Samuel Fuller, ‘The Master’ and ‘Phantom Thread’ on 70mm & More

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not […]


Robert Greene Talks ‘Bisbee ’17,’ the Need for New Documentary Forms, and ‘Her Smell’

The filmmaker parlays his strengths for documentary portrait and narrative whats-it into what may be his densest work to date.


The Film Stage Show Ep. 307 – Support the Girls

We discuss Andrew Bujalski’s Andrew Bujalski’s workplace-set comedy-drama and what’s under its crowd-pleasing surface.


The B-Side – Hugh Jackman

Dan Mecca and Gavin Mevius discuss the b-side to Hugh Jackman’s career, specifically the films he made in between X-Men and X2.


15 Films to See in September

Alongside festival favorites from earlier this year (and beyond) all the way up to films just debuting at Telluride, Venice, and TIFF, it’s a strong start to a promising season for movie-going.


Terence Davies Reflects on ‘Distant Voices, Still Lives,’ Music’s Communal Power, and His Next Films

With a new restoration of Davies’ masterful debut in theaters, we catch up with the director.


New to Streaming: ‘Support the Girls,’ Venice 2018 Premieres, ‘mother!,’ and More

Films straight from Venice 2018, and more selections to watch this week.

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