Alejandro Jodorowsky Reflects on ‘The Incal,’ 40 Years Later
Comic writer and filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky talked to THR about the anniversary of his iconic comic series.
Pablo Larrain’s ‘Neruda’ Tops Ibero-American Fenix Awards
Gael Garcia Bernal reteamed with 'No' director Larrain to play a detective chasing down Chilean poet in exile Pablo Neruda.
A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.
Movie lovers tired of awards bait can check out a Kubrick classic, a Leonard Cohen concert film or an early Jim Jarmusch this holiday season in L.A.
‘Endless Poetry’ (‘Poesia sin fin’): Cannes Review
The latest film from Chilean octogenarian and maverick director Alejandro Jodorowsky ('El Topo'), shot by Christopher Doyle, premiered in Cannes' Directors' Fortnight.
Q&A: Alejandro Jodorowsky on ‘Dance Of Reality,’ His First Movie In 23 Years
The 85-year-old auteur opens up about his career, his decades-long hiatus from filmmaking and having his son play his father.
Q&A: ‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ Explores the Unmade Space Epic That Paved the Way for ‘Star Wars’
Director Frank Pavich explains how the trippy and artful masterpiece would have changed the course of Hollywood blockbusters forever.
Mick Jagger, Salvador Dali and Orson Welles in the Sci-Fi Epic That Never Was: ‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’
The Cannes hit's new trailer entices film geeks with tales of "the greatest movie never made".
Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ to Open South by Southwest Film Fest
The festival will also screen the world premiere of Rob Thomas' "Veronica Mars" movie.