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In her debut feature, Georgian director Dea Kulumbegashvili zeros in on a despondent woman's emotional isolation within a community of Jehovah's Witnesses.
09/22/2020 by Sheri Linden
"She Sticks Her Finger Right Into the Socket": How 'Ozark' Star Julia Garner Became a Scene-Stealer and Emmy Favorite
Nominated for her second best supporting actress award, the 26-year-old reveals the angst of not acting during lockdown, what happened when she met the imprisoned real-life subject of her coming Netflix show from Shonda Rhimes, and how she became one of TV's most sought-after young actresses.
08/12/2020 by Rebecca Keegan
David Rooney muses on three decades as a gay reviewer — from toxic stereotypes and the ubiquitous "f-word" to the thrill of Almodóvar and New Queer Cinema, Oscar's 'Brokeback Mountain' burn to the 'Moonlight' milestone and beyond.
06/04/2020 by David Rooney
Alia Shawkat and John Early return in the fourth season of HBO Max's genre-shifting comedy-mystery.
01/14/2021 by Inkoo Kang
Oscars' International Feature Race: Has 'Parasite' Ushered in a Broader Acceptance of Genre in the Category?
Bong Joon Ho's 2020 Oscar winner has paved the way for more adventurous entries in the international feature category, long the home of solemn message movies and staid historical dramas.
01/08/2021 by Scott Roxborough
Malin Akerman plays a desperate woman who joins an underground female fight club in this raunchy comedy also featuring Alec Baldwin and Bella Thorne.
11/11/2020 by Frank Scheck
The agency will look to convert the global media brand's journalism and news franchises into film and TV projects.
01/21/2021 by Etan Vlessing
With films like 'Mank' and 'The Trial of Chicago 7' boasting impressive lineups of acting talent, SAG-AFTRA’s voters will have to sort through the competing ensembles to decide who deserves their big award.
01/16/2021 by Gregg Kilday
Behind the Screen
As the editor on Garrett Bradley's award-winning documentary, Gabriel Rhodes wove together the home movies of a woman fighting for her husband's release with 70 hours of new material to create an inspirational testament.
01/08/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
With theaters shuttered, voters have started watching this year's awards contenders online, but filmmakers worry at-home distractions and laptop viewing could diminish the impact of movies — and influence voting choices.
01/07/2021 by Gregg Kilday, Carolyn Giardina
Malin Akerman plays a mom with a secret in Trish Sie's Netflix middle-school adventure .
08/21/2020 by John DeFore
With a predominantly Korean American cast and crew, the writer-director says of his film, "This is probably the first time something like this could have been made."
01/21/2021 by Mia Galuppo
Kristoffer Polaha talks about building his social media community during quarantine and what authors have inspired him.
01/16/2021 by Chris Gardner
Animation Roundtable: Pros From 'Soul,' 'The Croods 2' and More Talk Creating Beloved Characters ‘From the Inside Out’ and Working Amid a Pandemic
During a virtual discussion, the industry's most revered and relevant animation professionals — Pete Docter ('Soul'), Glen Keane ('Over the Moon'), Tomm Moore ('Wolfwalkers'), Kori Rae ('Onward'), Gitanjali Rao ('Bombay Rose') and Mark Swift ('The Croods: A New Age') — also weigh in on the lack of diversity in their world: "There's further to go."
01/08/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
Oeke Hoogendijk's doc hangs out with the few individuals who own a real Rembrandt, and some others who hope to soon.
01/06/2021 by John DeFore