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Matthew McConaughey is ‘The Beach Bum’ in First Red Band Teaser for Harmony Korine’s ‘Spring Breakers’ Follow-Up

After creating not just a hit, but a film that seeped into the culture with Spring Breakers, Harmony Korine has had a difficult time getting his next project off the ground. There was his ambitious-sounding crime drama The Trap that never materialized and he still seems to be working on an adaptation of the controversial Tampa. He’s finally now back with The Beach […]


Carey Mulligan Finds Freedom in Full Trailer for Paul Dano’s ‘Wildlife’

Known for his incredible work in films like There Will Be Blood and Love & Mercy, actor Paul Dano is stepping behind the camera this year with the film Wildlife, coming to TIFF and the New York Film Festival this month after premiering at Sundance (where it was picked up for distribution by IFC). Co-written by […]


First Trailer for ‘Kursk’ Starring Matthias Schoenaerts, Colin Firth, and Léa Seydoux

After breaking through with his Dogme 95 films, Thomas Vinterberg has blossomed into quite the dexterous filmmaker, from harrowing drama like The Hunt to heart-tugging period dramas like Far From the Madding Crowd. For his next feature he’s entering the submarine thriller subgenre with Kursk. Ahead of a TIFF world premiere, the first international trailer […]


First Trailer for Dominga Sotomayor’s Locarno Winner ‘Too Late to Die Young’

One of the best discoveries of the year is Dominga Sotomayor’s Chilean drama Too Late to Die Young, which earned the filmmaker a Best Director award at Locarno Film Festival– the first female director to receive the prize. Now, ahead of stopping by TIFF and NYFF, KimStim has picked up the coming-of-age drama and debuted the […]


‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Trailer Previews Willem Dafoe’s Career-Best Performance

Last year, Willem Dafoe earned a great deal of acclaim for his tender supporting turn in The Florida Project. The venerable actor’s streak will continue this fall in his leading role in At Eternity’s Gate, a Vincent Van Gogh biopic directed by The Diving Bell and the Butterfly helmer Julian Schnabel. Also starring Mads Mikkelsen, Emmanuelle […]


First Trailer for Paul Greengrass’ ’22 July’ Captures an Unspeakable Tragedy

After one film this year about the 2011 Norway attacks, in which right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 in the worst attack in the country since the Second World War, I’m not sure we need another. However, Paul Greengrass has proven to be adept at capturing harrowing real-life tragedies in the past, and we’ll find out […]


Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman Battle in Full Trailer for ‘The Favourite’

Following up The Lobster and The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Yorgos Lanthimos is back with Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz. The Favourite follows the political machinations behind the scenes during the reign of Queen Anne, the last monarch of the House of Stuarts. Ahead of praise and Venice and Telluride, and ahead of opening NYFF, Fox Searchlight […]


‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ Trailer: Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning Have the World to Themselves

Plenty of stories have grappled with existential dread of the apocalypse or, plainly put, the end of the world. Movies like this often come as intense action thrillers or works of out-of-this-world science fiction. But what of a story about what happens when the world ends, and well, life just goes on? That idea is […]


Steven Spielberg’s ‘Schindler’s List’ Gets New Trailer for 25th Anniversary Re-Release

In 1993, Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg’s war epic about Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), a German businessman who helps thousands of refugees escape the Holocaust, premiered to ecstatic reviews, a booming box office, and seven Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director. In the years since then, Schindler’s List continues to be held in high esteem, […]


Exclusive Trailer for Gastón Solnicki’s ‘Introduzione all’oscuro’ Pays Tribute to a Late Cineaste

With an eye for indelible visuals like few other directors working today, Argentinian helmer Gastón Solnicki is returning to the Venice International Film Festival two years after his remarkable breakthrough feature Kékszakállú. With Introduzione all’oscuro, which premieres at the festival tomorrow before heading to NYFF, he pays tribute to the late Hans Hurch, director of the Vienna International […]

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