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Kanye West’s IMAX Film ‘Jesus is King’ Gets Trailer and Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

Yeezus himself has found a renewed spirituality. At the start of the year, Kanye West kicked off his weekly Sunday Service aka a “pop-up church experience” leading to what will be his ninth studio album, Jesus Is King. With the album now officially coming this Friday, it’s also paired with an IMAX film of the […]

Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson Tell a ‘Marriage Story’ in Full Trailer for Noah Baumbach’s Acclaimed Drama

Ahead of a theatrical release next month (including a re-opened Paris Theater in NYC) and a debut on Netflix in December, Netflix has finally dropped the trailer for Marriage Story, the latest film from Noah Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale, Frances Ha). Earning major critical acclaim from may fall festivals, including Venice, Telluride, TIFF, […]

A.J. Edwards’ ‘Age Out,’ Formerly Known as ‘Friday’s Child,’ Gets Trailer Ahead of November Release

One my favorite debuts this decade was A.J. Edwards’ young Lincoln tale The Better Angels. Terrence Malick’s longtime collaborator has now returned with a modern-day tale for his follow-up. Premiering at festivals as Friday’s Child but now going by Age Out for the theatrical release, the drama stars Tye Sheridan, Imogen Poots, Caleb Landry Jones, […]

Exclusive Restoration Trailer: Joan Micklin Silver’s ‘A Fish in the Bathtub’ Starring Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara & Mark Ruffalo

New York City’s Quad Cinema has done a great service in spotlighting the oft-overlooked films of Joan Micklin Silver, screening Hester Street, Crossing Delancey, and Old Enough in various series since they’ve relaunched. With Cohen Film Collection, they also gave a run to a restored Between the Lines, and now another restoration from the director is opening […]

Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie Uncover a ‘Bombshell’ in New Trailer

Getting a jump on Adam McKay when it comes to a comedy career turned political, Meet the Parents and Austin Powers director Jay Roach is back with another timely feature after Recount and Game Change. Arriving in theaters this December is Bombshell, which follows a group of women at Fox News who aim to take […]

U.S. Teaser for ‘Weathering with You,’ from ‘Your Name’ Director Makoto Shinkai

After Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name. became one of the highest-grossing films in Japan’s history, the director is returning with his follow-up Weathering with You. With voice work from Kotaro Daigo and Nana Mori, the story follows a lonely high school student who moves to Tokyo where he encounters dreary days and meets a girl who, due to strange circumstances, […]

Mia Wasikowska Plots Revenge in First Trailer for ‘Judy & Punch’

Mia Wasikowska’s latest outing, directed by Mirrah Foulkes in her feature debut, finds her smashing the patriarchy. The Sundance selection Judy & Punch tells a revenge plot set in the medieval era, which also happens to combine puppetry and vaudeville in a darkly humorous twist. Set to open in select theaters in the U.K. November […]

Teaser for Jia Zhangke’s ‘So Close to My Land’

It’s not a decades-spanning crime drama or speculative sci-fi whatsit, but new films from Jia Zhangke are of note no matter the form. (Being one of the ten most important directors working today has a way of ensuring interest.) He’s been at work on So Close to My Land, a documentary concerning Chinese novelists that […]

First Trailer for Mati Diop’s Cannes Winner ‘Atlantics’

Niece to the great Djibril Diop Mambéty, Mati Diop has been on our radar for a while, with excellent short films and performances in 35 Shots of Rum, Simon Killer, and more. She finally embarked on her feature directorial debut with Atlantics, which premiered at Cannes Film Festival in competition earlier this year and picked up […]

‘Light From Light’ Trailer: A Grounded Ghost Story Like None You’ve Seen Before

If the jump scares and horror set pieces of Paranormal Activity or The Conjuring franchises were exchanged for an authentic reckoning of the tangled emotions the departed may leave behind, you have something close to Light From Light. There’s a palpable tension to this story of paranormal investigating, but rather than injecting the expected terror, […]



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