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‘Sieranevada’ Actors Judith State And Rolando Matsangos On The Fastidious Pursuit Of “Little Miracles”

A Palme D’Or nominee at the Cannes Film Festival, writer/director Cristi Puiu’s Sieranevada has been submitted as Romania’s Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film. A sprawling, ambitious family drama, coming in at a nearly threeShow More Summary

‘A Monster Calls’ Featurette: What’s The Story Behind the Story?

A Monster Calls is a heartbreaking movie. When J.A. Bayona‘s (The Impossible) latest film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, in a nice bit of promotion, tissue boxes were handed out to those in attendance. That was a good call because the film certainly made our own Angie Han choke up once or twice. Show More Summary

In Sabyasachi Couture

Kalki, who will serve as one of the jury members at the Marrakech International Film Festival, walked the red carpet on opening night wearing a Sabyasachi lehenga. Keeping it simple, her look was finished out with a middle-parted bun, minimalist makeup and drop earrings. While she looked pretty, the more I look at the pre-stitched […]

Learn About the Characters in New '20th Century Women' Featurette

"If you're being honest, and vulnerable, and real, everyone can relate to that..." A24 has revealed a new featurette for Mike Mills' latest film, 20th Century Women, which recently premiered at the New York Film Festival last month. The featurette focuses on the various characters, or rather, the incredible women at the center of this fantastic film. Show More Summary

Racer X Film Festival: Winners and Runners-Up

Results from the final round of the 2016 Racer X Film Festival.

Watch Pharrell Perform His Funky New Single “Able”

In following up on the releases of “Runnin'” and “Surrender,” Pharrell Williams returns this week with another new tune from the Hidden Figures soundtrack. P chose to debut “Able” during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Pharrell is the composer and producer for the Hidden Figures soundtrack, as on “Able” he displays more of the […]

Feature: Arts & Culture: Science and Filmmaking in an Equal Relationship

Imagine Science—a yearly film festival that takes place in New York, Paris, and Abu Dhabi—is forging new ways to bring together scientists and filmmakers. [Physics 9, 142] Published Fri Dec 02, 2016

Pharrell Williams – “Able”

Pharrell wrote and recorded several songs for the Hidden Figures soundtrack. He’s already performed a bunch of them live at the Toronto International Film Festival, and now they’re starting to trickle out ahead of the soundtrack’s release next week. The movie chronicles the story of three black women who were integral in John Glenn’s space […]

‘Jackie’ Features a Cast of Formidable Talents

The following content has been sponsored by Fox Searchlight Pictures. When Fox Searchlight Pictures’ “Jackie” premiered at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in September, the conversation immediately turned to Natalie Portman’s performance as the iconic first lady. Show More Summary

BoJack Horseman Creator Shares the Email He Sent Netflix to Sell Them on the Silent Episode

BoJack Horseman fans are particularly fond of the season three episode "Fish Out of Water." In it, our hero finds himself at an underwater film festival where, importantly, he cannot communicate via speech. The entire episode plays out silently, reliant upon the emotional weight and comedy found in non-verbal moments. ... More »

Eero Saarinen documentary to close PBS's 'American Masters' series

It will also be available on DVD in January Just in time for end-of-year lazing about, the documentary Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future, which opened the Architecture and Design Film Festival earlier this fall, will make...Show More Summary

Sundance 2017 Announces Competition Titles

And just like that, the 2017 film year has started. Yesterday saw the release of the Sundance Film Festival competition lineup, which is like the very first film recommendation list of any new year. In the case of 2017, the list below...Show More Summary

What Will Be the Sundance-iest Movie at Sundance Next Year?

The indie circuit is full of varied offerings, but you can't deny that the Sundance Film Festival prefers a certain kind of movie: humanist dramadies about emotionally unavailable people. The slate of movies in this year's dramatic competition is no different: Films like Brigsby Bear and Landline feel like they could ... More »

White Out

Pooja attended the International Film Festival of India a few days ago did almost all white in a frilly lace LuisaViaRoma top, distressed denims and oxfords. As beautiful as the top was, wearing it with that bikini-style bra killed this look for me. Also wasn’t a fan of the pairing with the denims and oxfords. […]

Sundance 2017: Al Gore Goes VR On Climate Change, CyberWar & ‘Asteroids’ In New Frontier Slate

Last year’s 10th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier program saw an explosion of virtual reality at the Robert Redford founded gathering with strong offerings from Fox’s The Martian and more. Now, with the future...Show More Summary

German-Iranian Assistant for Berlin Film Festival Barred from Leaving Iran

The dual national translator for a prestigious film festival was prevented from boarding a flight to Germany at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport and her passport confiscated as she was leaving the country together with her colleague on November 27. “Nooshafarin Dastoori has been summoned to the Intelligence Ministry to explain some things,” an informed source […]

Exclusive: The Eyes of My Mother clip & interview with star Kika Magalhaes

One of the best horror films of the year is finally upon us. THE EYES OF MY MOTHER, the chilling feature debut of Nick Pesce, has been making the festival rounds since February, when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. I myself caught it at Fantastic Fest back in September, where it ended up being among the most memorable films I saw there. Show More Summary

Newswire: La La Land waltzes away with the most Critics’ Choice Awards nominations

Damien Chazelle’s romantic musical La La Land has been considered an awards favorite since it debuted at the Venice Film Festival earlier this year. Now it’s starting to make good on that promise by garnering 12 nominations from the Critics’ Choice Awards, including ones for Best Picture and Best Director. Show More Summary

The Sundance Film Festival Announces First Wave of Programming

Earlier this week, Manchester By the Sea was crowned Best Picture of 2016 by the National Board of Review, another honor for the big sensation of this year’s Sundance Film Festival. And now, before that movie even finishes its awards collection, Sundance has announced its line-up of next year’s possible Next Big Things. It’s the […]

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