Thanksgiving director Eli Roth is known for merciless horror, but he has his limits. He’ll peel the skin off a […]
Godzilla Minus One director Takashi Yamazaki discusses the relevance between his monster movie and Oppenheimer concerning the atomic bomb
Thelma star June Squibb is the breakout star of Thelma at 94. She and Thelma director Josh Margolin discuss acting and Tom Cruise.
How Tricia Cooke and Ethan Coen collaborated on Drive-Away Dolls, a lesbian road trip movie decades in the making.
Skinamarink, by Kyle Edward Ball, appears on the surface to be a massive success story. But its success was hard-fought, and filled with troubles no one anticipated
You might not know a thing about Bayard Rustin, the architect of the 1963 March on Washington that brought the […]
Ridley Scott interview about Napoleon, his relationship with Stanley Kubrick and William Friedkin, and telling a story Kubrick never could.
Alexander Payne doesn’t just set The Holdovers in the 1970s — he made the film as if he was filming it in the bygone decade.
Godfrey Reggio calls on Greta Thunberg and Mike Tyson to save the world in Once Upon a Time, the latest film by the Koyaanisqatsi director.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 gave star Nia Vardalos the courage she needed to return to the director’s chair for the first time since 2009
The three cinematographers behind Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie explain how they worked together over several years on the Apple TV+ doc
Sasha Colby’s interest in movies started at a young age. Long before she won Season 15 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, […]
Blue Beetle — a big-budget superhero movie that just may point the way forward for the whole DC Universe — […]
Barbenheimer, anyone? Be sure you see Oppenheimer before Barbie. Because anything else is the path of madness, as Joshua Encinias explains.
Brian Becker and Marley McDonald’s new documentary Time Bomb Y2K, created entirely from five years of archive footage leading up […]
The Flash is finally coming to theaters, and you can thank Barbara and Andy Muschietti. Warner Bros. originally planned to […]
Nick Demos’s documentary Body Electric, about body dysmorphia in the queer community, follows his experience between the ages of 45 […]
Ray Romano was sad — sad because his youngest son, Joseph, was near the end of his high school basketball […]
How to Blow Up a Pipeline, the new movie by director Daniel Goldhaber, is an eco-thriller that burns with anger […]
A Thousand and One, the directorial debut of A.V. Rockwell, is a survival story of a single mother protecting her […]
Pope Francis cares deeply about forced migration, and it’s at the center of the new film from Gianfranco Rosi, an […]
Tetris feels more like an ’80s buddy-cop movie than a typical video game story, and director Jon S. Baird very […]
Christopher Burke’s SXSW documentary No Ordinary Campaign is one of countless films to be delayed by Covid. But the pandemic […]
Jesus Revolution is a box office surprise, and a different kind of Christian film: It is unabashedly evangelistic, but aims […]