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The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
February 20, 2024
Sam Mendes, his Neal Street Productions banner and Sony Pictures Entertainment are coming together to make four different Beatles biopics: one each for John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.
Stripes music video Quinn Bentley
February 20, 2024
Juliet “Satya” Sullivan is the Rhode Island-based cinematographer behind the explosively colorful and impossibly cool music video “Stripes”
Felix and Paul Studios
February 13, 2024
Felix & Paul Studios has obtained a multi-million dollar financing deal for its new location-based virtual reality experience
Dave Kroupa pictured in Lover, Stalker, Killer courtesy of Netflix
February 12, 2024
Dave Kroupa is finally starting to recover from the ordeal he went through in Netflix’s Lover, Stalker, Killer documentary.
Cari Farver
February 9, 2024
What happened to Cari Farver from Netflix’s Lover, Stalker, Killer documentary? We’ve got answers
Lover, Stalker, Killer
February 9, 2024
If you’ve seen Netflix’s Lover, Stalker, Killer documentary you may be wondering where Liz Golyar is now. We’ve got answers
They Called Him Mostly Harmless
February 8, 2024
They Called Him Mostly Harmless is now streaming on Max — director Patricia Gillespie explains why a dead hiker represents so much more
Rael The Alien Prophet
February 7, 2024
Where is Raël now? Netflix’s Rael: The Alien Prophet reveals where the leader of the Raëlians is living now
Raël: The Alien Prophet
February 7, 2024
Is Baby Eve — the “first human clone” according Brigitte Boisselier, member of the Raëlian religious group — real? We’ve got answers
Jim Phillips Art and Life trailer
February 6, 2024
Santa Cruz Skateboards artist Jim Phillips drew the famous “screaming hand” — but new doc Art and Life spotlights the man behind the art
Back to Black trailer Amy Winehouse
February 2, 2024
Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black trailer is out from Focus Features. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, it stars Marisa Abela as the iconic singer
Danny Masterson Charles Manson Corcoran
February 1, 2024
That ’70s Show star Danny Masterson has been moved to a prison that formerly held Charles Manson and Sirhan Sirhan
Alexander the Great Hephaestion lovers?
January 31, 2024
Were Hephaestion and Alexander the Great really lovers? Netflix’s documentary series Alexander the Great: The Making of a God thinks so
Justice Obiaya Out on Film executive director
January 31, 2024
Atlanta, Georgia LGBTQ+ festival Out on Film has named Justice Obiaya as its first executive director in the film festival’s 37-year history.
Manchester Film Festival 2024
January 30, 2024
The 2024 Manchester Film Festival lineup includes Kristen Stewart crime drama Love Lies Bleeding and Guy Pearce action drama The Convert
Out of Darkness
January 30, 2024
Out of Darkness director Andrew Cumming explains how his stone age horror pic interrogates the consequences of humanity’s most primal fear
Lil Nas X documentary
January 29, 2024
We speak with Carlos López Estrada and Zac Manuel, the directors of the new Lil Nas X documentary on Max
90s rom coms
January 27, 2024
If you love love and you love rom-coms even more, these ’90s rom coms will have you swooning on your couch.
Marilyn Monroe
January 27, 2024
In honor of the new season of FX’s Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, here are seven infamous movie star feuds.
January 27, 2024
Do you want to live longer? The Netflix docuseries Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones explains four surprisingly easy ways to extend your life
In The Summers 2024 Sundance Winners
January 26, 2024
The 2024 Sundance winners are out, including Alessandra Lacorazza’s In The Summers and Brendan Bellomo and Slava Leontyev’s Porcelain War
Seeking Mavis Beacon
January 26, 2024
Seeking Mavis Beacon director Jazmin Jones explains the ethics of searching for a person who doesn’t want to be found in her Sundance doc
Slamdance winners 2024
January 26, 2024
2024 Slamdance Winners are out now — see the full list including The Accident and African Giants here from the annual Park City, Utah festival
Bath Bomb Colin G Cooper
January 25, 2024
Nothing about Colin G. Cooper’s “Bath Bomb” is safe. It started with big ambitions to queer the Giallo genre, and kept getting bigger and bolder.