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'Borg/McEnroe' writer Ronnie Sandahl's true story of a soccer star who burnt out too soon premiered at the Rome and Busan film festivals.
10/27/2020 by Jordan Mintzer
The comedian received an all-star sendoff that included Steve Martin, the Clintons and other luminaries in a 450-person virtual tribute.
08/21/2020 by Chris Gardner
Emceeing their shows from a nearly empty Times Square, hosts like Ryan Seacrest, Billy Porter, Anderson Cooper and more masked up, socially distanced and interviewed essential workers in the sparse audience.
12/31/2020 by Katie Kilkenny, Sharareh Drury
Major Hollywood studios and streamers are weathering the latest COVID-19 storm on Toronto and Vancouver soundstages.
01/04/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Daniel Kaluuya plays Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in Shaka King's drama for Warner Bros., while Ali El Arabi will bring his Syrian refugee camp documentary to Sundance's mostly virtual event.
01/12/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Behind the Screen
Filmmaker Mode, a setting on select TVs unveiled this week at CES, is aimed at preserving filmmakers' creative intent and is championed by leading filmmakers including Martin Scorsese.
01/13/2021 by Carolyn Giardina
The director had to employ digital advances to achieve a vintage aesthetic in telling the tale of 'Citizen Kane' screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz: "If we had done it 30 years ago, it might've been truly a bloodletting."
01/11/2021 by Rebecca Keegan
Former Obama officials built a 21-show portfolio explaining — and organizing against — Trump-era chaos. As Biden takes the White House, they're ready for a new chapter that includes film and TV ambitions.
01/15/2021 by Natalie Jarvey
Fran Lebowitz on 'Pretend It's a City,' President Trump's Post-White House Career and Making Martin Scorsese Laugh
The author, speaker and iconic New Yorker talks to THR about the riots in Washington, D.C., missing out on a promo tour and how it feels to make Martin Scorsese laugh.
01/14/2021 by Chris Gardner
American film workers can now quarantine for just two days before stepping onto a set in the western Canadian province: "It's a game changer."
11/13/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Concerns about the near-term future of cinema releases and a lack of big blockbuster titles has impacted dealmaking at the 2020 American Film Market, which wraps up Friday.
11/13/2020 by Scott Roxborough
The ceremony has been moved to March.
01/05/2021 by Katie Kilkenny
Multiple 'Judge Dredd' collections, a new all-ages line and digital-only collections lead the way of the next 12 months of bookstore releases from the iconic British brand.
01/18/2021 by Graeme McMillan
A new batch of comedies and dramas will compete with holdovers from last season as broadcast networks attempt a return to the traditional development model while also contending with the challenges of a pandemic.
01/19/2021 by Lesley Goldberg
Liam Neeson plays an ex-Marine sharpshooter attempting to protect a young boy from a Mexican cartel in Robert Lorenz's action thriller.
01/12/2021 by Frank Scheck