Michael Shannon on ‘The Quarry’ and His Longtime Collaborations With Shea Whigham and Jeff Nichols
Michael Shannon and his longtime friend/collaborator Shea Whigham have been credited on the same project seven different times since 2000. Every couple years, the pair likes to explore a new project together, whether it’s big or small. On their latest independent film, 'The Quarry,' Shannon plays Chief Moore, a small-town policeman who’s rather suspicious of Whigham’s traveling preacher character.
Gotham Red Carpet: David Oyelowo Hopeful About Diverse Oscars, Cautions Against Complacency
Ahead of the independent film celebration in Manhattan, 'Manchester by the Sea' filmmaker Kenneth Lonergan shared his awards-season mindset, while the filmmakers behind 'Loving' and 'Weiner' talked about the political implications of their work.
Tye Sheridan, ‘Loving’ Director Jeff Nichols Among Texas Film Hall of Fame Honorees
Documentary filmmaker Hector Galan also will be recognized at the Texas Film Awards on March 9.
‘Loving’ Stars Talk Race, Politics and Love at the L.A. Premiere
"It's a very weird and particularly interesting year for politics," said actor Joel Edgerton on the red carpet.
Austin Film Festival: Director Jeff Nichols on Why ‘Loving’ Is “Kind of an Apolitical Film”
His film about pioneering interracial couple Richard and Mildred Loving opened the festival.
‘Loving,’ ‘American Pastoral’ to Open and Close Hamptons Film Festival
Both movies will make their New York premieres at the October event.
Effie Brown to Give Keynote at Film Independent Forum
Jeff Nichols' 'Loving' will act as the opening-night film.
Jeff Nichols to Direct ‘Alien Nation’ Remake
The 1988 original starred James Caan and Mandy Patinkin.
Canadian Producers Plan to Finance More Diverse Films
With buzzy titles like 'The Birth of a Nation' and 'Loving' dealing with issues of race at TIFF, Canadian filmmakers unveiled plans to promote better representation by 2020.
‘The Magnificent Seven’ Remake to Open 2016 Toronto Film Festival
The fest will close with the Hailee Steinfeld-starrer 'The Edge of Seventeen.'
‘Loving’: Cannes Review
Jeff Nichols' drama stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in the true story of an interracial couple who set in motion a major court case in 1950s Virginia.
Cannes: Interracial Marriage Drama ‘Loving’ Throws Hat in Oscar Ring
Director Jeff Nichols and stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga make a strong first-impression as their new film about the landmark Supreme Court case is unveiled.