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‘From the Land of the Moon’ Exclusive Clip: Marion Cotillard and Louis Garrel Make a Promise

After taking on two high-profile Hollywood projects last year with Allied and Assassin’s Creed, Marion Cotillard’s latest roles find her going back to her native country. After Ismael’s Ghosts opened Cannes this year, one of last year’s selections, Nicole Garcia’s From the Land of the Moon, arrives in limited U.S. theatrical release today and we’re pleased to debut […]


Venice 2017 Lineup Includes ‘Zama,’ ‘Lean on Pete,’ ‘Mektoub,’ ‘Brawl In Cell Block 99,’ and More

On the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival announcement earlier this week, Venice Film Festival have now delivered their full lineup and while there’s no Terrence Malick as rumored, there’s a plethora of highly-anticipated titles. Along with the previously-announced opener Downsizing and the expected Suburbicon, mother!, The Shape of Water, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, there’s Lucrecia Martel’s […]


First Look at Matt Damon and Julianne Moore in George Clooney’s Coens-Scripted ‘Suburbicon’

Announced as a North American premiere at Toronto International Film Festival today, it likely means George Clooney’s next directorial effort Suburbicon will first debut at Venice Film Festival. Ahead of the debut trailer soon, the first look has now arrived for the film that stars Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Noah Jupe, and Oscar Isaac (as well […]


Christopher Nolan Discusses the Making of ‘Dunkirk’ in Extensive Talks

Dunkirk will no doubt be a central point of discussion throughout the year in cinema (we’ve already had two differing takes) and far beyond, and for those looking to go behind the scenes of its making, today brings a number of wide-ranging talks with Christopher Nolan about his WWII epic (as well as one great conversation […]


TIFF 2017 Lineup Includes ‘The Shape of Water,’ ‘mother!,’ ‘Downsizing,’ and More

Even though Toronto International Film Festival have reduced their lineup by around 20% when compared to past years, there’s no shortage of high-profile premieres and potential discoveries. Ahead of the festival, which runs from September 7 through 17, they’ve now unveiled the first look at their lineup, including Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, […]


First Look at Michael Shannon and Michael B. Jordan in Ramin Bahrani’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’

It was just a few months ago it was announced that Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon would be teaming in an HBO adaptation of Fahrenheit 451. Directed by Ramin Bahrani, who previously helmed Shannon in the underseen 99 Homes, the the first image has now arrived as filming gets underway. Adapted from the 1953 Ray Bradbury novel, Fahrenheit […]

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Steven Soderbergh Secretly Shot a Film on His iPhone

While we’ll likely never see (an admittedly amazing-sounding) third season of The Knick, Steven Soderbergh now has more time on his hands, which means not only are we getting the higher-profile heist comedy Logan Lucky in just under a month, but the director also found time to direct another feature under the radar. The Magic […]


Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss to Reunite for Rock Star Drama

After taking a role in Listen Up Philip and leading the psychological drama Queen of Earth, Elisabeth Moss wasn’t part of Alex Ross Perry’s latest film, Golden Exits, but it sounds like they are looking to reunite once more. In a new interview, the actress broke the news of their third collaboration. As buried in […]


‘Barry Lyndon,’ ‘Personal Shopper,’ ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me’ & More Coming to Criterion in October

The Criterion Collection has unveiled their October 2017 line-up, and it’s a doozy. Leading the pack is Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece Barry Lyndon, which underwent a new 4K restoration and features a new documentary, interviews, and more. There’s also Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper, which is a bit lighter on special features, but includes a new interview […]


Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio Aim to Shoot ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Next Year

It was just a few days ago we learned that next month Martin Scorsese would begin directing Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, Bobby Cannavale, and the recently-added Ray Romano in his long-gestating crime epic The Irishman. With that Netflix production set to continue to the end of the year, it was reasonable to imagine much of 2018 […]