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THR film critics discuss late festival favorite 'Elle,' the pros and cons of Shia LaBeouf starrer 'American Honey,' Kristen Stewart's swoon-worthy new performance and other loves and hates (and snores) from Cannes 2016.
05/21/2016 by Todd McCarthy, Deborah Young, David Rooney, Jon Frosch
Documentarian Heidi Ewing's narrative feature debut traces the decades-spanning, border-crossing romance between two Mexican men.
01/26/2020 by Jon Frosch
A college-bound teen must face the escalating gravity of her mother's mental illness in a drama starring Lili Taylor and Stefania LaVie Owen.
09/02/2020 by Sheri Linden
Production students at the top cinema arts institution in the U.S. face a dilemma: take a leave of absence for the fall or dive into the limited virtual offerings while paying full freight, $59,260.
08/01/2020 by Mia Galuppo, Emily Hilton
Netflix's faux-feminist 'American Pie' spin-off follows four teen girls who vow to pursue their true desires before they graduate high school.
10/12/2020 by Robyn Bahr
Grants will be provided to Black students in their second year of education at the non-profit conservatory.
10/16/2020 by Trilby Beresford
The teen drug drama, set in David Bowie's West Berlin, screened for buyers at MIPCOM 2020.
10/16/2020 by Scott Roxborough
08/15/2020 by Sharareh Drury
His first feature film was 'Fat Girls' in 2006, which recognized the filmmaker with an award for outstanding emerging talent at Outfest.
08/15/2020 by Trilby Beresford
The 11 scribes will take part in the eight-month program.
10/15/2020 by Bryn Elise Sandberg
The Steam program will provide mentorships, grants, and scholarships to students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art and math.
10/23/2020 by Trilby Beresford
Dave Franco's directorial debut stars Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Jeremy Allen White and Sheila Vand as two couples whose celebratory weekend trip goes horrifically awry.
07/20/2020 by Jon Frosch
The playwright's 'Slave Play' on Broadway received 12 Tony Award nominations, including one for best play.
10/16/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Mexican auteur Michel Franco chronicles a coup d'état in which the wealthy ruling class is replaced by a militarized regime in his latest characteristically harrowing drama.
09/10/2020 by David Rooney
The movie is eyeing a January start in Los Angeles.
10/09/2020 by Mia Galuppo