‘Katrina Babies’ Review: HBO Doc Is a Devastating Study of Ongoing Trauma
In his feature-length doc, Edward Buckles Jr. collects the stories of the youngest people affected by the catastrophic New Orleans storm.
‘Huesera’ Review: Gripping Body Horror Tackles Anxieties of Pregnancy
In Michelle Garza Cervera’s narrative debut, a woman confronts her desire to become a mother.
Seth Meyers on Ditching Suits, Bringing Back Live Audience: “It Felt Like We Were Hanging on to a Pandemic Thing”
Seth Meyers has been open about how having to do remote editions of NBC’s Late Night during the COVID-19 pandemic ultimately benefited the show. But while he’s since returned to hosting the show from its 30 Rock studio, he’s continued to sport his pandemic-era casual wardrobe. “We made a choice not to go back to […]
‘Of Medicine and Miracles’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
Ross Kauffman’s documentary braids leukemia survivor Emily Whitehead and scientist Dr. Carl June’s experiences to tell the story of a novel cancer treatment.
‘Lakota Nation vs. United States’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
A documentary that premiered at Tribeca traces the Lakotas’ ongoing struggle to reclaim their sacred land, the Black Hills, and protect it from U.S. government and corporate interests.
Al Sharpton Doc ‘Loudmouth’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
A new documentary charts the civil rights leader's life from his early days as a preacher up until his eulogy at George Floyd’s funeral in 2020.
How Jennifer Lopez Documentary ‘Halftime’ Evolved to Tell Larger Story About Super Bowl Show, ‘Hustlers’ Oscar Snub
The title of Jennifer Lopez’s Halftime documentary, now streaming on Netflix, refers not only to how the film explores her preparations for her 2020 Super Bowl performance with Shakira but also to Lopez looking ahead to the second half of her life as she turns 50. “I feel like I’m just getting started,” Lopez says […]
Events of the Week: ‘Loot,’ Tribeca Festival Highlights and More
Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for Loot, Spiderhead and The Princess, and highlights from the Tribeca Festival and Disney’s FYC Fest. The Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project benefit Charlize Theron hosted the second annual summer block party to benefit The Charlize Theron […]
‘Rounding’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
The new film from 'Saint Frances' director Alex Thompson centers on a medical resident (Namir Smallwood) at a rural hospital who becomes fixated on an asthma patient (Sidney Flanigan).
Tribeca Festival: ‘Good Girl Jane,’ ‘The Cave of Adullam’ Among Top Competition Winners
The 2022 Tribeca Festival presented awards in its competition categories on Thursday, with Good Girl Jane and The Cave of Adullam among this year’s top winners. Good Girl Jane won the Founders’ Award for best U.S. narrative feature, with a $20,000 prize, with star Rain Spencer winning best performance in the U.S. narrative competition. The […]
Katie Holmes’ ‘Alone Together’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
The actress directs and stars in this film about a food critic who spends the early days of the pandemic trapped with a stranger in an upstate New York Airbnb.
Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in ‘Jerry & Marge Go Large’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022
A Michigan retiree with mad math skills finds a loophole in the lottery and uses the winnings to resuscitate his struggling small town in David Frankel’s comedy for Paramount+, based on a true story.