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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast [Live] — Richard Linklater (‘Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood’)

There could have been no more appropriate guest for the first-ever episode of The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter podcast recorded in front of an audience at the SXSW Film Festival than the filmmaker who is most associated with the city of Austin: Richard Linklater. One of the most innovative and influential indie filmmakers of his […]

Magnolia Pictures Partners on New Movie Streaming Service in Canada

Mark Cuban's specialty distributor is partnering with Mongrel Media on Mongrel Home Cinema, priced at $6.99 a month and targeting Canadians.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in November

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

Mia Market: Michael Apted on Groundbreaking Doc Series ‘Up’ and Why He’d Never Do Another Bond Film

'The World is Not Enough' director transformed non-fiction filmmaking with his 'Up' series, which has follwed the same people every seven years for over 5 decades.

‘Boyhood’ Star Joins Emma Watson, Tom Hanks in ‘The Circle’ (Exclusive)

James Ponsoldt is directing the thriller, an adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel.

Patricia Arquette: “We Need to Take Back the Word ‘Feminist'”

The Oscar-winning actress continues her campaign for wage equality for women.

Patricia Arquette to Get Lifetime Honor at Monte Carlo TV Festival

The Oscar-winning actress will present her new series 'CSI: Cyber' at the festival.

IFC Films Boss: ‘Boyhood’ Became “Almost the Blueprint” for ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Breaking Bad’

Jonathan Sehring touts the film's "spectacular" return on investment and says Cannes festival director Thierry Fremaux made a mistake by not selecting it.

‘American Sniper,’ ‘Boyhood,’ ‘Birdman’ Among Italy’s David di Donatello Awards Nominees

The Oscar winners are nominated in the best foreign film category.

‘Boyhood’ Producer John Sloss on a Possible Sequel, How to Release Films Yourself and the Scene Heading Into Cannes

The founder of Cinetic Media, who also is a lawyer and manager, talks to THR about Todd Haynes' much-buzzed-about lesbian drama 'Carol,' which is headed to the French film festival; the new distribution landscape; and why there's no longer an advantage to being a major studio.

Showtime-IFC Films Extend Theatrical Output Deal

'Boyhood' and Sundance hits 'The D Train' and 'Sleeping With Other People' are covered by the new pact.

Ethan Hawke: Losing at Oscars Made Me Feel Like Obi-Wan Kenobi

"Strike me now, and I'll be even stronger," the actor says of not winning best supporting actor for 'Boyhood.'