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Giveaway: Win Pixar’s ‘Coco’ on Blu-ray

Arriving on Blu-ray this week is Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina’s emotionally vivid Pixar animation Coco, which we named one of the best films of 2017. We’ve teamed Disney to give away three Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo packs. See how to enter below and all entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, March 6th. To enter, do the first three steps and […]


Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt Confirmed to Lead Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

Like most of his films, Quentin Tarantino is assembling a large ensemble and he’s locking them in one by one. After Leonardo DiCaprio was confirmed to star in his ’69-set drama taking place in the heart of Hollywood, the director has now added another name, along with an official synopsis and a title. Confirming rumored […]


Listen: Barry Jenkins and Greta Gerwig Discuss Filmmaking in A24’s First Podcast

Considering how many talented filmmakers, actors, and more pass through A24’s doors, it was only a matter of time that the independent distributor launched their own podcast. The first episode has now arrived, which pairs Barry Jenkins, whose Best Picture-winning Moonlight was released by the distributor last year, and Greta Gerwig, whose Lady Bird has been […]


Listen to Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Phantom Thread’ Mixtape Featuring Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna & More

You’ve seen Phantom Thread, perhaps multiple times. You’ve been playing Jonny Greenwood’s score on repeat. And now you’re wondering what to do until the Blu-ray arrives this April. Well, Paul Thomas Anderson has you covered. In special screenings around the country, you might have heard a few songs play before the film begins, and now […]


Gaspar Noé’s Next Film is ’90s-Set, Drug-Fueled Dance Drama ‘Psyché’

Despite his label of cinema provocateur, a streak of romance runs through the films of Gaspar Noé, something he went full-tilt (and perhaps overboard, to a fault) with his last film, the 3D feature Love. A few years later, the Enter the Void and Irreversible director is now back and things are coming together mighty […]


47th New Directors/New Films Lineup Includes ‘Hale County,’ ‘Milla,’ ‘An Elephant Standing Still,’ ‘The Guilty,’ and More

Now in its 47th year, New Directors/New Films is a stellar showcase for new voices in cinema, both domestic and international, and this year’s lineup is no exception. Opening with a bang with the M.I.A. documentary Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. and closing with one of our Sundance favorites, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, the slate also includes one of the […]


First Look at Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Shoplifters’ & New Trailer for ‘The Third Murder’

Following up his best film this decade, After the Storm, Hirokazu Kore-eda is continuing his usually prolific streak with a pair of dramas. Last fall saw the premiere of his murder mystery/courtroom drama The Third Murder and he’s now finishing up his next film, Shoplifters, in time for a summer release in Japan and likely Cannes […]


Isabelle Huppert to Lead Next Films from Ira Sachs and Anne Fontaine

After giving a pair of performances among the best in her iconic career with Elle and Things to Come, Isabelle Huppert recently reteamed with Michael Haneke, Hong Sang-soo, Serge Bozon, and more. She’s now once again returning to Berlinale with Benoît Jacquot’s Eva, and while there, two more of the prolific actress’ projects have been announced. […]


First Look at Lee Chang-dong’s Haruki Murakami Adaptation ‘Burning’ Starring Steven Yeun

It was in 2010 that we last got a feature from South Korea’s Lee Chang-Dong, but he’ll finally be returning this year. Burning, adapted from Haruki Murakami’s short story “Barn Burning,” is a mystery thriller that follows two men (one a novelist) and a female model that get involved in a strange incident. Starring Yoo Ah-in, Okja‘s Steven Yeun, […]


Watch: Wes Anderson & Cast Discuss the Influence of Kurosawa & Miyazaki on ‘Isle of Dogs’ at Berlinale Press Conference

Returning to Berlinale International Film Festival four years after The Grand Budapest Hotel premiered there, Wes Anderson’s newest film is the stop-motion animation Isle of Dogs. Following the press screening (check back for our review) and ahead of the official premiere, the director and much of the massive cast gathered for a press conference, and […]