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Cannes: Meet the Other Scorsese With a Film at the 2023 Fest (Exclusive)

On Saturday, Martin Scorsese’s latest film, the highly-anticipated Killers of the Flower Moon, will have its world premiere out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival — but he is not the only Scorsese unveiling a new film at the fest. Francesca Scorsese, the 23-year-old daughter of the legendary filmmaker and his wife Helen Morris, will […]

CNN’s Pill-Mill Doc ‘American Pain’ Sets Premiere Date (Exclusive)

CNN’s American Pain, investigative doc maker Darren Foster’s profile of pill mill kingpins Chris and Jeff George, is set for a Feb. 5 premiere.   American Pain had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival as it traces the rise and fall of identical twins from Florida who trafficked over $500 million in opioid pills […]

‘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.  

‘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.

‘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).

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.

‘Turn Every Page’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Director Lizzie Gottlieb documents the six-decade working relationship between acclaimed biographer Robert Caro and legendary editor Robert Gottlieb.

Sony Pictures Classics Takes Robert Caro Doc ‘Turn Every Page’

Sony Pictures Classics has taken the worldwide rights to Turn Every Page — The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb. The Topic Studios doc, which will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, follows the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Caro and his longtime editor Robert Gottlieb, who worked together on The Power Broker and Caro’s Lydon […]