On the occasion of the release of Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, we ranked Tarantino's feature films.
The festival feels like a long-awaited apparition in a place where events of its magnitude might be scarce.
The actress discusses her connection to New York, working with director Daniel Sullivan, and more.
Japan Cuts has established itself as the definitive Japanese film festival in the United States, thanks to the scope of its programming.
Maron discusses modern media discourse, the communicative bridge linking his acting with his podcast, and how he likes to be directed.
The filmmaker discusses how she wants viewers to feel like they’re paratrooping into her characters’ lives.
Tremblay discusses how horror can be a progressive, hopeful way to understand the world.
It’s been a whirlwind for Reynor to process the wide swath of reactions sparked by his character in the film.
On the eve of Spider-Man: Far from Home’s release, we ranked the 23 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Joey Burns and Sam Beam spoke with reverence about each other, revealing their multifaceted relationship.
Whatever the outcome of the streaming wars, we hope that when the dust clears, there’s still a digital home for films like these.
The 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo presented an industry in transition.
Upon the release of Pixar’s Toy Story 4, we’re counting down the animation studio’s 21 films, from worst to best.
Fails and Talbot live and breathe their city, even as its dominant tech industry is wiping away its offbeat majesty.
Docaviv continues to thrive in increasingly challenging circumstances.
Cinema isn’t the sole mechanism for making our presence known, but it can be among the most powerful.
On the occasion of the release of Dark Phoenix, we ranked the 12 films in the X-Men series from worst to best.
There’s a certain formula that often defines the recipients of Cannes’s most prestigious prize.
Many of the selections at this year’s festival were genre films, or, at least, exhibited notable genre-adjacent elements.
These are three enigmatic, challenging, and weird works of art by filmmakers pushing at the boundaries of the cinematic form.