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Hiam Abbas of 'Succession' and 'Ramy' costars in Palestinian directors Tarzan and Arab Nasser's second feature, which premiered in Venice's Horizons sidebar.
09/04/2020 by Jordan Mintzer
Rashida Jones stars as a New York author plagued by writer's block and marital concerns, with Bill Murray as the playboy father who steps in to help in Sofia Coppola's comedy.
09/22/2020 by David Rooney
At its heart a quiet love story, the darkly comic film — in both the Venice and Toronto lineups — revolves around the real-life absurdist tale of an ancient Greek statue found in Gazan waters.
09/11/2020 by Alex Ritman
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
The COVID-19-era gala honored the late Jason Davis and featured Andy Grammer, Derek Hough and Siedah Garrett.
09/08/2020 by Chris Gardner
The Frances McDormand-starrer screened at TIFF's virtual 2020 edition after picking up the Golden Lion in Venice.
09/20/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Following its December premiere, the film adaptation of the iconic musical — starring Taylor Swift, Idris Elba and James Corden, among others — was universally panned by critics and moviegoers alike.
08/03/2020 by Evan Real
Ahead of Sara Zandieh's feature directorial debut, the Iranian-American director explains how 'A Simple Wedding' celebrates multiculturalism and feminism while also breaking down stereotypes.
02/13/2020 by Sharareh Drury
One pro says barricades and other safety measures could make events "borderline clinical. … I worry that the Oscars won't look like the Oscars ever again."
09/04/2020 by Chris Gardner
Kelly Stewart Harcourt wrote that advisor Natalie Harp's comparison of Trump to George Bailey was outrageous.
08/27/2020 by Ryan Parker
A young German law student leaves her wealthy family to live in an Antifa commune and fight fascism in writer-director Julia von Heinz’s competition feature.
09/10/2020 by Deborah Young
Maiwenn's sixth feature as a director was picked for the official 2020 Cannes Selection and premiered at the Deauville American Film Festival.
09/25/2020 by Scott Roxborough
"Unbelievable we’re here again," the actor and businessman says.
08/27/2020 by Ryan Parker
The Random House Children's book centers on a girl caring for cats with superpowers.
08/06/2020 by Graeme McMillan
BAFTA TV Awards: 'End of the F***ing World' Wins Top Drama Prize, 'Chernobyl Claims' Mini-Series Honor
The postponed show was shot in a closed, socially-distanced studio with winners accepting their awards via Zoom or pre-rerecorded speeches.
07/31/2020 by Alex Ritman