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Movie Reviews
Hong Kong veteran director Ann Hui ('A Simple Life') returns to Venice with a gorgeously appointed period piece.
09/15/2020 by Boyd van Hoeij
Heat Vision
Former Pixar animator Carlos Baena is making his feature directing debut with the Paramount Animation adaptation of the children's book by Laurence Yep.
09/14/2020 by Borys Kit
The Italian drama will screen out of competition at the 77th Venice International Film Festival on September 2.
07/24/2020 by Scott Roxborough
"I would take any episode. I loved that show so much," Lear says of hoping to do a live re-enactment of 'Maude.' The pair is up for an Emmy for ABC's live reimagining of his classic sitcoms with an all-star cast.
08/14/2020 by Bryn Elise Sandberg
Three directors were tasked with wrapping up beloved shows 'Modern Family,' 'Homeland' and 'Schitt's Creek,' a responsibility they didn't take lightly: "If you end it badly, the whole series is colored in a different light."
08/25/2020 by Carita Rizzo
Krinsky's directorial debut follows Lucy, a born collector played by Geraldine Viswanathan, who has a bad break-up, before learning to love by letting go.
09/10/2020 by Etan Vlessing
The first reviews for Niki Caro's live-action remake of Disney's 1998 original are in, with critics praising the performances and visual scope of the movie despite a lack of vision.
09/03/2020 by Trilby Beresford, Abbey White
The five winners have been awarded $50,000 in production financing.
08/18/2020 by Mia Galuppo
"Thank you for showing me what real love is," she wrote on Instagram Sunday, also thanking her late husband for loving her "enough to last several lifetimes."
08/23/2020 by Lexy Perez
Movie Reviews
20-year-old writer-director-actress Suzanne Lindon debuts with this coming-of-age story about a French high-school girl involved with an older man.
09/16/2020 by Jordan Mintzer
From a 'Friends' reunion to 'Black Lives Matter' chant featuring Jimmy Kimmel and Anthony Anderson, here's a roundup of the biggest moments from Sunday night's awards show.
09/20/2020 by Abbey White
Movie Reviews
Guan Hu’s controversial, oft-delayed and visually stunning war epic finally makes its way to theaters, much to the delight of exhibitors.
08/31/2020 by Elizabeth Kerr
Television Reviews
The content of the president's numbingly long speech was incendiary, but the delivery was unusually sluggish and soporific.
08/28/2020 by Inkoo Kang
Live Feed
Creator Peter Morgan reversed course on a decision to end after five seasons, but the series will take an extended break after season four before introducing new cast members Imelda Staunton and Lesley Manville in 2022.
07/29/2020 by Jean Bentley
Movie Reviews
Tunisian director Kaouther Ben Hania's provocative second fiction feature is set in the art world.
09/05/2020 by Boyd van Hoeij