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The short follows a cellist whose encounter with a stranger on the subway has unexpected and far-reaching ramifications on his life.
10/14/2020 by Alex Ritman
From a politically charged Palme d'Or winner to a startling Cate Blanchett snub, the prizes handed out by Joel and Ethan Coen's jury elicited jeers, cheers and even a sob.
05/24/2015 by Jon Frosch
'The Favourite' and 'The Crown' actress will present her latest feature, Florian Zeller's 'The Father' at this year's Zurich International Film Festival.
09/22/2020 by Scott Roxborough
Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough star as young-ish Americans in love and living for the weekend in Athens in Argyris Papadimitropoulos' anti-rom-com.
09/14/2020 by Leslie Felperin
Debuting Greek director Christos Nikou reflects on memory and loss in his enigmatic account of one man's efforts to reprogram himself in a society afflicted by viral amnesia.
09/02/2020 by David Rooney
Rachel Brosnahan toplines Julia Hart's 1970s-set drama as the wife of a criminal, on the run with her infant.
10/15/2020 by Sheri Linden
A man struggles to recover his memory after a pandemic causes widespread amnesia in the feature debut from Greek director Christos Nikou, which will premiere in the Horizons section of the 77th Venice International Film Festival.
08/27/2020 by Scott Roxborough
HollyShorts Sets Festival Lineup With 418 Films Including Debut From Spike Lee's Son Jackson Lewis Lee
Lee's short film 'Thompson Farm' will premiere along with films by Yorgos Lanthimos, Deon Taylor and Jonathan Glazer.
10/20/2020 by Chris Gardner
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
The Greek helmer's debut film imagines a digital-free world where a pandemic is causing people to lose their memories.
09/12/2020 by Scott Roxborough
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
After John Lasseter's exit, the 'Soul' co-director has reinvigorated Disney's multibillion-dollar Oscar-winning powerhouse by ushering in a new diverse generation of filmmakers and projects.
01/06/2021 by Rebecca Keegan
Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from the streaming service next month.
11/30/2020 by Hilary Lewis
Typically the ugly stepsiblings during awards season, some broadcast series have earned new relevance by incorporating the recent events of the pandemic into their storylines.
01/12/2021 by Mikey O'Connell
Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem Set to Play Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin-Directed Film | THR News
Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem are in talks to play television titans Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz for a film that is set to be directed by Aaron Sorkin, a follow-up to his work on Netflix's 'Trial of the Chicago 7.'