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First Look at Julianne Moore in Sebastián Lelio’s ‘Gloria’ Remake

After getting on our radar with this tender 2013 character study Gloria, Chile’s Sebastián Lelio followed it up with two features this year, A Fantastic Woman (currently having a one-week awards qualifying run before a February release) and Disobedience, which premiered at TIFF and will be released this April by Bleecker Street. For his next […]

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‘Call Me by Your Name,’ ‘Get Out,’ and ‘Good Time’ Lead 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominations

Ahead of their ceremony in 2018, the Film Independent Spirit Awards handed out this year’s batch of nominations with Luca Guadagnino’s quietly rapturous Call Me by Your Name earning six nominations. Close behind were Jordan Peele’s Get Out and the Safdies’ Good Time, which each got five nominations. Also among the nominations were A Ghost Story (which […]

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Daniel Day-Lewis Gets Fashionable in New Trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Phantom Thread’

If you can press pause on your umpteenth viewing of the trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread, a new look at the 1950s-set fashion drama has arrived. Before the first screening of the film, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Vicky Krieps, and Lesley Manville, occurs this Friday in LA for Academy and SAG members, Focus Features […]

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Listen: Greta Gerwig and Spike Jonze Discuss ‘Lady Bird,’ Directorial Advice, and Motherhood

Not only is Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut, one of the year’s best films, it’s also one the most successful. In under 250 theaters, it’s already made nearly $5 million and is well on its way to becoming one of A24’s biggest films. Since its debut at Telluride, Gerwig and her collaborators have been […]

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First Plot Details for Quentin Tarantino’s Ninth Feature, Set in 1969 Los Angeles

After a difficult shoot in the snowy, sub-zero terrain of Colorado for The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino is returning to a more familiar arena in more ways than one for his ninth feature. Set in Los Angeles during the late 1960s, it was first reported that the film would focus on Charles Manson and the […]

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Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, and More Join Noah Baumbach’s New Film

Currently enjoying the widest distribution one of his films has ever seen, Noah Baumbach’s The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) is streaming on Netflix. The director is now set to reteam with the company for his next feature, and the cast has been confirmed for the project which begins shooting this spring. Adam Driver, who […]

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David Lynch Discusses ‘Twin Peaks,’ Music, and the Advantages of Digital Cinematography in Hour-Long Q & A

The Camerimage International Film Festival, hosted annually in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland, places the least-exposed of documentary, narrative, and short-subject cinema side-by-side with the largest productions staged by any entities, studio- and television-wise, in a given year. The result, thanks in at least some part to jet lag I never fully kick, is dizzying in the most […]

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Hong Sang-soo’s 10 Favorite Films

With his nimble means of production resulting in some of the most formally profound, emotionally introspective films of this century thus far, South Korea’s ever-prolific Hong Sang-soo has carved out an impressive following here in the United States. Despite much of his earlier work not being distributed here, in recent years that has changed with […]

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Watch: Kristen Stewart’s Directorial Debut ‘Come Swim’ Scored by St. Vincent

Having worked with Olivier Assayas, David Fincher, Kelly Reichardt, Ang Lee, and more, Kristen Stewart has certainly seen a fair amount of talented directors working behind the camera. This year, she debuted her first effort as a director with the expressionistic short film Come Swim, which debuted at Sundance, stopped by Cannes, and is now […]

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Giveaway: Win a Taylor Sheridan Blu-ray Bundle Featuring ‘Sicario,’ ‘Hell or High Water,’ and ‘Wind River’

Although he’s been working in Hollywood for over two decades, Taylor Sheridan has emerged as one of the most distinct voices in American cinema over the last few years. After his screenwriting debut with Sicario, he followed it up with the Best Picture-nominated Hell or High Water and then made his directorial debut with the […]