Both films, part of the festival’s Tiger Competition, bask in philosophical and erotic consequences of illness.
Kelly discusses the so-called “Cannes cut” of Southland Tales and his desire to incorporate new material into the film.
If the journey’s half the fun, then these 10 albums are certainly worth the trip.
Close discusses coming to understand Mamaw as a person, her views of politics in film, and more.
Sorkin discusses what a present-day Abbie Hoffman would look like, Spielberg’s patronage, and more.
These videos represent a cross-section of who we are at a period in history that feels unmoored from time and reality.
As hip-hop’s capacity for expression from all corners widens, its popularity and proliferation only intensifies.
These scenes are reminders of the collective rapture that awaits us when we’re able to return to movie theaters.
Great acting is so abundant every year that it runs the risk of being taken for granted.
The best horror films of the year were intensely concerned with the destruction of the family unit.
Domingo discusses Chadwick Boseman’s final performance, delivering a “sermon” to an ailing nation alongside Zendaya, and more.
Our list just might bring to attention a few choice titles that had previously fallen through the cracks.
This year, a pandemic revealed that cinema, like every other facet of society, wants for more democratization.
These are the shows that spoke to us most in a year where everything seemed to speak to us more loudly than ever before.
As we grappled with what it means to shut down and rise up, music in 2020 gave us an outlet, a voice, and an escape.
The circumstances of 2020 threw an age-old debate over the role of music in our lives into sharp relief.
When reality plunged us into chaos this year, so many of the best interactive experiences offered us respite.
The Japanese auteur’s latest demonstrates his mastery at straddling styles and genres.
On the occasion of Mank’s release, here’s a ranking of every Fincher feature film, from worst to best.
The first international edition of the Noir City film festival in six years showcases the diversity and malleability of noir.