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Shelley Surpin, Entertainment Attorney and Indie Film Producer, Dies at 72

Shelley Surpin, the entertainment lawyer who produced a half-dozen movies and championed such independent filmmakers as Allison Anders, Nicole Holofcener and Gregg Araki, has died. She was 72. Surpin died Friday in Santa Monica of complications from a stroke, her law firm, the Century City-based Surpin, Mayersohn & Coghill, announced. Surpin was a producer on […]

A Personal History of Gay Pride and Prejudice: Hollywood Reporter’s Chief Film Critic Looks Back

THR's chief film critic reflects on his decades of watching, and reviewing, movies as a gay man — from toxic stereotypes and the ubiquitous 'f-word' to the thrill of Almódovar and New Queer Cinema, Oscar's 'Brokeback' burn to the 'Moonlight' milestone and beyond.

‘Now Apocalypse’: TV Review | Sundance 2019

Starz gives indie auteur Gregg Araki an unfiltered platform for his particular blend of graphic sex, withering sarcasm, queer themes and alien lizards in 'Now Apocalypse.'

Critic’s Picks: A July To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

The Los Angeles film scene in July is rich with options other than multiplex fare — including an Ernst Lubitsch retrospective, masterpieces from Agnes Varda and Edward Yang and notable new LGBT films at Outfest.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘John Wick,’ ‘Ouija’ and More

And see what THR's critics are saying about the Keira Knightley comedy 'Laggies,' the Shailene Woodley drama 'White Bird in a Blizzard' and the Edward Snowden-focused doc 'Citizenfour'

Box Office Preview: ‘Ouija’ Calls on Spirits to Defeat Gun-Toting Keanu Reeves

The adaptation of the spooky Hasbro game goes up against Reeves' violent action-thriller 'John Wick'; Bill Murray's 'St. Vincent' expands nationwide

Shailene Woodley Says Girls Are Pressured to Lose Their Virginity by Other Girls

She said of "White Bird in a Blizzard," "It's not gonna be, 'Her back arches and she gasps in excitement' — no, no, it's gonna be messy and it's gonna be real"

White Bird in a Blizzard: Sundance Review

Shailene Woodley stars in screenwriter-director Gregg Araki's adaptation of Laura Kasischke's novel, about a teen whose mom has disappeared.

TRAILER: Gregg Araki’s ‘Kaboom’ Coming to Sundance

Check out the trailer for "Kaboom," the latest from Gregg Araki. It will screen at the Sundance Film Festival and simultaneously on VOD, then IFC/Sundance Selects will release it theatrically on Jan. 28.