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Nigerian directors Arie and Chuko Esiri's debut feature follows two people trying to make it in Africa's largest city.
10/21/2020 by Jordan Mintzer
The festival, scheduled for Oct. 11-18, will feature honorees Randy Rainbow, Judy Tenuta, Luenell, and filmmaker George Gallo’s The Comeback Trail.
10/08/2020 by Chris Gardner
Phillipa Soo, Ken Jeong, Margaret Cho, Ruthie Ann Miles and Sandra Oh lend their voices to Netflix's CG-animated take on the Moon Goddess legend.
10/09/2020 by Michael Rechtshaffen
Bruce Willis and Jesse Metcalfe star in this thriller about a team of mercenaries battling a madman bent on mass destruction.
08/25/2020 by Frank Scheck
Behind the Screen
Imax Partners With Leading Camera Makers to Open Up Its Large-Format Production to More Filmmakers (Exclusive)
ARRI, Panavision, Sony, Red and Keslow Camera are partners in the new program.
09/17/2020 by Carolyn Giardina
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are both nominated for entertainer of the year. It’s the first time two female acts have competed in that category since 2000.
09/01/2020 by Paul Grein, Billboard
Behind the Screen
Multiple pros say that new set standards have minimized risk for resuming production amid the pandemic: "My approach is, assume the people around you have it."
10/08/2020 by Carolyn Giardina
As the Hollywood giant hands studio leaders greater control over the content they create and builds out a new distribution division, the shake-up raises new questions.
10/21/2020 by Natalie Jarvey
A former national spelling bee champ struggles to live up to her potential in this fresh American take on Bollywood tropes from writer-director Sujata Day.
08/25/2020 by Beandrea July
If "Film Is a Fling, TV Is Like a Marriage": TV Directors on Everything From the Social Justice Movement to "Difficult" Actors
Anna Boden, Deborah Chow, Jon M. Chu, Alex Garland, Janet Mock and Jonathan Nolan discuss how the state of the world affects them ("The news just got darker and darker — I found myself not being able to concentrate"); what it's like to speak for an underrepresented community ("I just don't want to f*** up") and anxieties of going back on set: "Recession kills people the same way viruses do."
06/26/2020 by Rebecca Ford
Carbon Impact of Average Tentpole Equivalent to 11 Trips to Moon, BFI- and BAFTA-Backed Sustainability Report Says
The report examines "systemic changes" needed in the film industry, alongside providing proposals for studios.
09/01/2020 by Alex Ritman
Ottawa's latest cash drop comes as the Canadian industry slowly reopens after Coronavirus-related production shutdowns
09/17/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Shaquille O'Neal, who agreed with Barkley, was also criticized.
09/24/2020 by Ryan Parker
Jessica Barden's 'Holler,' Venice opener 'The Ties' and Ben Lewin's 'Falling For Figaro' will look to spark interest at this year's online-only film bazaar.
09/01/2020 by Etan Vlessing
'Darkman' Turns 30: Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand and More Remember the Arduous Making of Sam Raimi's Influential Superhero Film
Cast and crew recall how the dark genre-transforming cult classic had filmmakers doing a sneaky end-run around the studio’s edit before the film won over critics and opened at No. 1.
08/20/2020 by Ryan Parker