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Robert Eggers Sets Cast for Viking Drama ‘The Northman,’ Including Nicole Kidman, a Pair of Skarsgårds & More

With his black-and-white, surreal second feature The Lighthouse making its way to theaters starting this week, Robert Eggers is already looking ahead. He’s now set up his third feature, and it won’t be his long-gestating Nosferatu remake. Rather, The Witch director will be helming the Viking drama The Northman. Set to star both Alexander and […]

David Fincher Unveils ‘Mank’ Ensemble: Meet Orson Welles, Marion Davies & More

20 years ago on this day, Fight Club was released. Since his cult hit, David Fincher has made six films but the wait for his seventh will be the longest yet. After briefly flirting with a World War Z sequel, it was confirmed this summer that the director would be next helming Mank, a black-and-white biopic […]

David Cronenberg Returns with Netflix Adaptation of Novel ‘Consumed’

David Cronenberg, God love him, sounded content with retirement in a recent interview with the Globe and Mail. “If this is it for the so-called Cronenberg canon, then so be it. You can’t worry about legacy” is more or less the most definitive one can get, but it wasn’t for lack of trying — and […]

Watch: Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino & Joe Pesci on the Making of ‘The Irishman’

After being in the works for over a decade,  Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman finally premiered at the 57th New York Film Festival on Friday. Following the press screening, the director joined Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and producers Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Jane Rosenthal for a discussion on the making of this crime […]

Watch Martin Scorsese’s Long-Unavailable 1970 Documentary ‘Street Scenes’

Nothing for Martin Scorsese completists makes a bigger mark than Street Scenes, a documentary on student strikes he’d developed with NYU students in 1970. Long a mysterious object left only to descriptions and stray comments, it seemed destined for permanent obscurity–a seeming impossibility in the case of its director, and yet. But sometimes a holy […]

Exclusive: Cinema Guild Acquires Albert Serra’s ‘Liberté’ for U.S. Release

One of the most daring films on the festival circuit this year has found a home. We’re pleased to exclusively reveal that Cinema Guild has acquired the U.S. distribution rights for Albert Serra’s Liberté, which won a Special Jury Prize when it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May. It’s an official election of both the […]

Qatsi Trilogy Filmmakers Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass Reveal New Project is in the Works

One of the most astounding contributions to cinema is the Qatsi trilogy, which comes from director Godfrey Reggio and is scored by Philip Glass. Created over the span of twenty years, 1982’s Koyaanisqatsi, 1988’s Powaqqatsi, and 2002’s Naqoyqatsi show humankind’s effect on the planet in stunning, devastating ways. The duo reteamed a few years ago for […]

Fox Searchlight Will Release Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ in 2020

The next decade has a bright start. Fox Searchlight has confirmed they will be releasing Wes Anderson’s star-studded new film The French Dispatch in 2020, as well as the first official word of a cast list and synopsis, which provide a few hints at what to expect. First up, here’s the synopsis: The French Dispatch […]

Joaquin Phoenix to Star in Mike Mills’ ’20th Century Women’ Follow-Up for A24

As one of the best actors of his generation, it’s news when Joaquin Phoenix simply signs onto a new film, even if there are no other details available. That’s the case today as The Master actor will be teaming with Mike Mills on a new film. Produced by A24, it will kick off production this […]

Exclusive Poster & Clip from ‘Celebration’ Goes Inside Yves Saint Laurent’s Final Show

Director Olivier Meyrou spent nearly three years embedded in the world of fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent as he was preparing what would be his final show. The resulting documentary premiered at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival, but was then suppressed after its only public screening, blocked by Pierre Bergé, business partner and occasional romantic partner to the legendary […]