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It's a poignant portrait of an artist trying to transcend the limitations of his art by refusing to see the process through. [Read More]
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Though visually sumptuous, the game doesn't do much to strike a bolder, more mature path within a tired series. [Read More]
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The filmmaker discusses what Ben Mendelsohn has in common with Catherine Keener. [Read More]
Enter for your chance to win Blu-rays, DVDs and other merchandising prizing from the latest in film, music, DVD, Blu-rays, games, and more... [Read More]
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The undiminished spirit at the heart of Music from Big Pink deserves to be experienced for a lot longer than 50 years. [Read More]
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Big Red Machine feels like a collection of off-the-cuff experiments between friends. [Read More]
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The married filmmakers discuss their creative process, style versus substance, and more. [Read More]
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Ahead of The Other Side of the Wind's world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Netflix has released the trailer for Orson Welles's unfinished last film... [Read More]
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Despite humanizing its characters, Jack Ryan is mostly interested in a broad battle between good and evil. [Read More]
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The actor and comedian discusses the similarity of his process across genres. [Read More]
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By the end of the two-and-a-half-hour set, the entire band was rocking in lockstep. [Read More]
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Bujalski discusses making films as balancing order with chaos. [Read More]
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We spoke with Nick Urata about the recording process and bringing his songs to life. [Read More]
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The documentary's labored juxtapositions create fission, the feel of a director scrambling to dictate the game. [Read More]
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Not long into my conversation with Glenn Close, the actress almost dreamily recalled how the the thrill of being nominated for her first Oscar was... [Read More]
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The director discusses how his film functions in the larger conversation of queer cinema. [Read More]
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With Ray & Liz, Richard Billingham reaches further into the dark recesses of his childhood to deliver a richly evocative portrait of working-class life in... [Read More]
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The actor discusses what Jonathan Groff taught him about being number one on the call sheet. [Read More]
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Now working with lower budgets, Lee has refined his aesthetic into a kind of hothouse poetry of compacted excess. [Read More]
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Growing pains and burgeoning sexual identity take center stage in several titles duking it out for the Pardo d'Oro at this year's festival. [Read More]
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