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‘Nomadland’: Film Review

Frances McDormand plays a disenfranchised widow from a collapsed Nevada mining town who finds new life on the road in Chloé Zhao's haunting third feature, Nomadland.

Frances McDormand Starrer ‘Nomadland’ to Play Venice, Toronto, NY Film Fests

The Frances McDormand-starring movie 'Nomadland,' directed by Chloé Zhao, will premiere simultaneously at the Venice International Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival and will be the centerpiece film at the NY Film Festival. The Searchlight title is the first studio film confirmed for the 2020 Venice International Film Festival.

‘Interrogation’: TV Review

CBS All Access has said the episodes of its genre-stretching true-crime drama 'Interrogation,' starring Peter Sarsgaard and Kyle Gallner, can be watched in any order.

‘The Devil Has a Name’: Film Review

A burned-out farmer played by David Strathairn fights the oil company contaminating the local water supply in whistleblower drama 'The Devil Has a Name.'

‘Fast Color’: Film Review

As a woman who's struggling to come to terms with her superhuman powers, Gugu Mbatha-Raw toplines the dystopian fantasy 'Fast Color' by Julia Hart (‘Miss Stevens’), which also stars Lorraine Toussaint and David Strathairn.

‘My Dinner With Hervé’: Film Review

'Fantasy Island' star Hervé Villechaize takes a struggling reporter on a wild night's ride in 'My Dinner With Hervé,' Sacha Gervasi's inspired-by-true-events HBO drama, starring Peter Dinklage and Jamie Dornan.

‘November Criminals’: Film Review

Chloë Grace Moretz and Ansel Elgort play high school seniors whose classmate is murdered in 'November Criminals,' Sacha Gervasi's adaptation of a novel by Sam Munson.

‘Z: The Beginning of Everything’: TV Review

Amazon's breezy new Jazz Age series 'Z: The Beginning of Everything' explores the tumultuous life of Zelda Sayre, wife to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.

‘Louder Than Bombs’: Cannes Review

Gabriel Byrne, Jesse Eisenberg and newcomer Devin Druid play a father and sons dealing with grief for their wife and mother, a war photographer played by Isabelle Huppert.

David Strathairn Joins Teen Thriller ‘November Criminals’

'Hitchcock' director Sacha Gervasi began shooting the movie Monday.

‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’: Film Review

Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Bill Nighy and most of the remaining cast of 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' are reunited for this follow-up film also featuring Richard Gere