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No popular film award? No problem — there will be plenty of audience favorites at the Oscars

By that point, though, the awards season was already in full swing, beginning a week earlier at the exact moment when Lady Gaga arrived at the Venice Film Festival on a boat ... million mark and a six... read more

Willem Dafoe on his new Vincent Van Gogh film, “At Eternity’s Gate,” opening in Denver Nov. 21

or hear as he narrates the dark, edgy “Vox Lux” (opening Dec. 7, following its red carpet screening at the Denver Film Festival). Hugh Jackman on playing scandal-ridden Colorado senator Gary ... read more

Claire Pijman on ‘Living the Light,’ Her Tribute to Cinematographer Robby Müller

They were really very interested in the idea, and it gave me the chance to do some ... the film. It’s just really, really sad that he couldn’t be here at this great premiere in Venice. read more

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Holiday Movie Guide: Blockbusters, Awards Contenders And More You'll Want To See

The story picks up a few years after the first movie with Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) sent on a mission to stop the dark wizard Grindelwald ... The movie premiered at the Venice International Film ... read more

Now Netflix Wants to Conquer Prestige Movies—and the Oscars. Why?

Last weekend, some 42 years after shooting ... 23 minutes from its newest original film, the Scottish rebellion saga Outlaw King, were vanished from the cut that had debuted at the Toronto Internation... read more

The rise and fall of dusky beauties in Indian cinema - Times of India

Durga — played by Uma Dasgupta in this Ray classic — is a dusky teenager whose mischief and predicament stole the heart of countless film buffs the world over and some 200-odd critics from 43 ... read more

Pop Deluxe: Natalie Portman and Sasheer Zamata at Toronto International Film Festival (Sept. 6-16, 2018)

Corbet’s debut The Childhood of a Leader, a suspenseful yet curiously restrained look at the making of a dictator, was the highlight of Venice ... film, Xavier Dolan’s The Death and Life of John F Don... read more

Nomad by nature: Phil Burgers' Dr. Brown is not just clowning around

Still, in person, with a thick frizz of hair jutting out from beneath a ball cap, a colorful patterned shirt, shorts with dark socks and an energy ... He was just back from the Venice International Fi... read more

Rima Das on making films her way

We caught up with Rima at the recently-concluded Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival in Mumbai ... I want to work with a good cinematographer. I have some visuals and visions and I have a few scripts t... read more

Peter Brosens, Jessica Woodworth • Directors

Jessica Woodworth: Just before we screened King of the Belgians at Venice Film Festival, we were here on holiday ... causing the whole of Europe to collapse! We’re facing some potentially very dark ti... read more

Montana Film Festival: Dark comedies about life and death

The fourth annual Montana Film Festival, is, as we wrote last week ... A good starting point would be the 16 free screenings. "To Dust" takes a dark, funny look at what happens after we die “To Dust,” ... read more

Casting Announced For JEANNIE at the Finborough Theatre

Jeannie's author Aimée Stuart was one of the West End's most successful female playwrights between the wars - and a fascinating character in her own right - staunchly feminist, and never afraid to tac... read more

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