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‘Hal’ Trailer Explores the Cinematic Legacy of a Great American Director

There aren’t many American directors working today with the patience and warmth of Hal Ashby (except perhaps one) and he’s now getting an appreciation in the form on a new documentary. The director behind Harold and Maude, The Last Detail, Shampoo, Being There, and more is the subject of Hal, which premiered at Sundance, and […]

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Alfonso Cuarón’s Mexico-Set Drama ‘ROMA’ Gets Stunning First Trailer

Following up his epic space drama Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón is getting grounded with new feature ROMA. Set to premiere at Venice, then play at TIFF and NYFF, the drama is set in Mexico City in the early ’70s as we follow a middle-class family, and specifically its nanny and housekeeper (Yalitza Aparicio). After a brief tease and ahead of […]

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New Trailer for Steve McQueen’s Crime Drama ‘Widows’ Puts a Plan in Motion

Set for a world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Widows marks the return of Steve McQueen, five years after his multiple Oscar-winner 12 Years a Slave. The star-studded crime drama, based on the British television series, features a script co-written by Gone Girl‘s Gillian Flynn, and now 20th Century Fox has released a new trailer. Starring Viola […]

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‘Green Book’ Trailer: Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali Lead Peter Farrelly’s First Drama

Responsible for some of the most iconic comedies of the 1990s with Dumb and Dumber and There’s Something About Mary, Peter Farrelly is now breaking into the field of drama with his solo directorial effort Green Book. Recently announced as a world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Universal Pictures has now released the first trailer […]

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U.S. Trailer for Gaspar Noé’s ‘Climax’ Takes a Psychedelic, Dance-Fueled Trip

There were a number of surprising developments at Cannes Film Festival, but perhaps at the top of the list was that a new film from Gaspar Noé was not only one of his best films, but also one of the best of the entire festival. Coming off of his provocative (and not much else) 3D feature […]

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Danny McBride Holds Rosemarie DeWitt Hostage in First Trailer for ‘Arizona’

Premiering at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year was the directorial debut of Vice Principals producer Jonathan Watson, which, of course, reunited him with Danny McBride. Arizona follows his character in the late aughts housing crisis as he fights back in violent ways against losing his house. His victim is a single mom played by Rosemarie DeWitt, […]

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U.S. Trailer for ‘The Guilty’ Previews a Great Entry into the One-Location Thriller Genre

Following its initial premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, The Guilty now has its first U.S. trailer and a release date slated for later this fall. The film went on to win the World Cinema Audience Award at Sundance and had subsequent festival screenings at New Directors/New Films, Sydney, and Karlovy […]

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‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Trailer: Michael Moore Targets Donald Trump in Documentary Sequel

It’s not often we get sequels in the world of documentaries, but when the original film won the Palme d’Or and is (by far) the highest-grossing documentary of all-time, the case has been made. Michael Moore, following his 2004 documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, is returning with Fahrenheit 11/9. Set to premiere at TIFF in just a […]

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Trailer for 30th Anniversary Theatrical Restoration of Terence Davies’ ‘Distant Voices, Still Lives’

“All great stories have two things in common: they’re simple, they’re not complicated, and they’re filmic. Look at all the great westerns: the story is dead simple, but what is done with it, that’s the magic,” Terence Davies told us during the release of Sunset Song. Indeed, the great English director’s filmography is full of masterful work […]

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Maggie Gyllenhaal is ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ in First Trailer for Psychological Drama

After a handful of female-directed Sundance films from this year have already found distribution and critical reception – including Madeline’s Madeline, The Tale, and Skate Kitchen – Sara Colangelo’s The Kindergarten Teacher now finally joins them; slated to premiere on October 12th on Netflix. Ahead of its debut and stop at the Toronto International Film Festival […]



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