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First Trailer for Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Poses Existential Questions

Following the seemingly Disney-mandated fourth outing of Toy Story, Pixar is getting back to original films next summer with Soul. Directed by Pete Docter (Inside Out, Up) and Kemp Powers, the story follows Joe Gardner, a middle-school band teacher whose true passion is playing jazz. If one thought Pixar may be taking a more realistic […]

‘Color Out of Space’ Trailer: Nicolas Cage Enters the Realm of H.P. Lovecraft

January just got a whole lot better–and stranger. Only a year after Mandy, Nicolas Cage is back with another acclaimed gonzo feature, this time entering a world perfectly fitting for the actor, that of H.P. Lovecraft. Directed by Richard Stanley, Color Out of Space finds Cage’s character and his family as strange happenings occur when […]

‘Wendy’ Trailer: ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ Director Benh Zeitlin Reimagines ‘Peter Pan’

One of the major sensations of Sundance Film Festival in 2012, Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild broke out of its indie bubble, going on to earn nearly 13x its budget at the box office and securing Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Actress. Eight years later, the […]

‘The Two Popes’ Trailer: Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins Lead Fernando Meirelles’ Dramedy

Since his break-out feature City of God, Fernando Meirelles hasn’t quite lived up to the promise of that beloved drama but he’s now back with what looks to be his most acclaimed film in some time. Scooping up audience awards at a number of festivals, The Two Popes stars Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins as… […]

‘Hala’ Trailer: Minhal Baig’s Sundance Favorite Finds a Home on Apple TV+

Having just launched last week, Apple TV+ hasn’t quite been the talk of the town with its limited programming, most of which has been received with a relative shrug. But their library continues to grow (most notably with Sofia Coppola’s new film next year) and coming soon is one of our Sundance favorites, Minhal Baig’s […]

Exclusive Trailer for Wang Xiaoshuai’s ‘Chinese Portrait’ Examines a Changing Nation

“Is this the present China, the old China, or the future China?,” director Wang Xiaoshuai asks in the new trailer for his expansive yet personal documentary Chinese Portrait. Shot over the course of ten years on multiple formats, this new film from the director of So Long, My Son takes a look at a changing […]

Exclusive Trailer for ‘Shooting the Mafia’ Goes Inside the Sicilian Mob

On the narrative side, the mob epic is in full force this year with Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Marco Bellocchio’s The Traitor. For a different side of a life of crime, arriving this month is a documentary that takes a unique, vivid perspective into the mafia world. Kim Longinotto’s Shooting the Mafia tells the […]

‘Midnight Family’ Trailer Intensely Explores Ambulance Operations in Mexico City

The startling fact that there are only 45 official ambulances amongst Mexico City’s 9 million-plus population sets the intense, harrowing stage for the Sundance winner Midnight Family. Following one family that runs their own operation, Luke Lorentzen takes an intimate look at the dedication required for such a task with a keen eye on the […]

‘Little Joe’ Trailer: Emily Beecham and Ben Whishaw Breed Killer Plants

After landing on our radar with the formally thrilling, adventurous Amour Fou, Jessica Hausner finally returned with Little Joe. Starring Emily Beecham, Ben Whishaw, and Kerry Fox, the Cannes winner is set in the near-future where a plant is invented that begins to psychologically alter those who come in contact with it. This plays out […]

‘Burden’ Trailer: Garrett Hedlund Plays a KKK Member in Search for Redemption

The Current War isn’t the only long-delayed film finally arriving in theaters. 101 Studios, the same distributor that revived the Benedict Cumberbatch-led feature will be giving life to Burden, a drama which will be released over two years after it premiered at Sundance Film Festival and picked up an Audience Award. Directed by Andrew Heckler […]



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