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Lost Stanley Kubrick Script and the Director’s Explanation of the ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Ending Uncovered

Nearly two decades after his death, Stanley Kubrick is still making headlines. With the 50th anniversary re-release of 2001: A Space Odyssey currently earning over $1.2 million in just a handful of theaters, it’s clear that that works of the director certainly earn the label of “visionary,” and now another project that came from his mind may see […]


Ethan Hawke Joins Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Next Film

Coming off his Palme d’Or win for Shoplifters (our review), Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda is embarking on his French-language debut, featuring two of France’s greatest stars. Earlier this year it was confirmed that Juliette Binoche and Catherine Deneuve would be leading his new feature, and now another actor has joined the project, which is now titled La Verite (aka The Truth). Ethan Hawke, currently in the […]


Giveaway: Win John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ on 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray

Earning over $330 million on the worldwide box office on a budget of just $17 million, John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place is one of the year’s biggest hits, and thrilling experience in its own right. Arriving on 4K UltraHD/Blu-ray this week, we’ve teamed with Paramount Home Media Distribution to give away two copies. See how […]


The Criterion Collection Announces 39-Film Ingmar Bergman Box Set

Tomorrow is the centenary of the birth of one of cinema’s greatest directors, Ingmar Bergman, and to celebrate, The Criterion Collection has announced of their most expansive releases ever. This November, they will release Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema, a 39-film box set comprising nearly all of his work, including 18 films never before released by Criterion. […]


Jim Jarmusch in Now Filming a Zombie Movie Starring Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, Tilda Swinton & More

After creating one of the greatest vampire films of all-time with Only Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch followed it up with Paterson, a gorgeous yet quiet drama full of his specific empathetic touch. In usual Jarmusch fashion, he’s now quietly begun production on his next film and it’ll find him return to the genre world, this […]

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Exclusive Poster Premiere for ‘Minding the Gap,’ 2018’s Best Documentary So Far

Following a trio of friends in Rockford, Illinois as they delight in the joys of skateboarding and come to terms with the reverberations of past trauma, Minding the Gap is the best documentary I’ve seen thus far this year. Bing Liu’s deeply personal story of friendship–or rather, reckoning with the friends that may not seem as familiar as they […]


Jonathan Glazer Sets Holocaust Film for 2019 Shoot

One of the true what-does-he-even-do-for-money auteurs of our time, Jonathan Glazer has made many wait hard for his follow-up to 2014’s Under the Skin. Whatever else happens today, many will come away from it contended by news that the next picture’s lined up: speaking on the Dash of Drash podcast (via The Playlist), Glazer announced his […]


Locarno 2018 Lineup Includes New Films from Hong Sang-soo, Radu Muntean, and More

The lineup for this year’s Locarno International Film Festival, which celebrates its 71st edition, has arrived. Among the most-anticipated titles in the lineup there’s a new feature from Hong Sang-soo titled Hotel by the River and the latest film from Tuesday, After Christmas director Radu Muntean, Alice T. Also in the slate is Man in the […]


Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 Brings Eclectic Genre Highlights to Montreal

If any Canadian festival is worthy of having its name spoken alongside the behemoth that is TIFF, the Fantasia International Film Festival and its eclectic bunch of genre fare is it. Currently in its 22nd year, the excitement surrounding its line-up has never been better with its fair share of world, international, and Canadian premieres […]


‘The Sopranos’ Prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ Gets ‘The Sopranos’ Director Alan Taylor

It was earlier this year we learned that, following in the footsteps of Sex and the City and Entourage, another HBO series is getting the movie treatment: The Sopranos. Rather than taking the form of a sequel, considering its lead star has passed away, the film will be going the prequel route. After scripting The Many Saints of Newark, which takes […]