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Written and directed by Kazik Radwanski, this film was shot in practically all hand-held almost close-ups.
The last of the major industry prizes before the Oscars were doled out on Sunday, in ceremonies that included political jabs at President Trump.
The Void, a Utah-based start-up, bets that by making V.R. both social and spontaneous, it can draw throngs and make a mint. Some big names are taking notice.
The Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group had high hopes for “Wall,” a big-budget action film that aimed to conquer North American audiences.
Movies can help us see injustices we have never experienced in our own lives. “Hidden Figures” is a perfect example.
Why the actress, Oscar-nominated this year for her role in “Lion,” always makes the best-dressed lists.
The actress, nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “Lion,” is known for making bold sartorial choices.
The director is hoping that a former prosecutor’s statement will prove that he served his time for unlawful sex with a 13-year-old.
The Syrians had been barred by President Trump’s travel ban but now are scrambling to get flights for the ceremony before a second possible ban.
Best-picture campaigns begin before the movies do, in trailers that try to convince audiences and academy voters that the films deserve attention.
Netflix may be the most popular movie and TV streaming service, but Hulu, Vudu and more also offer pleasures.
As he moves into film, the “Hamilton” star gets tips from Hollywood royalty and eyes EGOT status, something he says he never set his sights on.
The New York Times film critics review “The Great Wall,” “My Name is Emily,” and “Fist Fight."
Julianne Nicholson plays a Bronx high school teacher who tries to help three undocumented students cope with the threat of being discovered by the authorities.
It’s the last day of school, and two teachers are getting ready to rumble in this comedy directed by Richie Keen.
Anne Hamilton’s film seems full of suspenseful promise as it opens on an isolated swath of the country’s heartland, but the story finds no traction.
Based on the first novel in Steinbeck’s Dust Bowl trilogy, this is a traditional historical drama with stale boilerplate dialogue. Mr. Franco stars and directs.
This documents how the career of the far-right Hungarian politician Csanad Szegedi was upended when he found out about his lineage.
Evanna Lynch, of “Harry Potter,” plays a teenager who leaves her foster home to search for her institutionalized father.
A messed-up heroine is asked to choose between naughty and nice in Catalina Aguilar Mastretta’s sophomore feature, which is predictable but satisfying.
Zhang Yimou’s costume spectacle offers drooling creatures, glowering warriors, a swaggering mercenary and a message about China’s might.
The director discusses a sequence from his film featuring Dane DeHaan.
Gore Verbinski narrates a sequence from his film featuring Dane DeHaan.
This thriller from Gore Verbinski makes for a nice game of Name That Movie Influence as it treads the boundary between homage and outright plagiarism.
Viola Davis has collected a pile of awards for “Fences” and is expected to win an Oscar, too. Yet her contenders remain upbeat. They have their reasons.
Shifting in-flight entertainment systems to streaming content over wireless systems can save money and space, though the rollout is expected to happen gradually.
The sketch comedian takes on racial politics and the “liberal elite” in his debut feature, the horror movie “Get Out.” Here, he talks about his life and work.
These titles will reward your investment of time at Film Comment Selects, a program at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, beginning Friday.
Mr. Jackman, who has played Wolverine in X-Men films since 2000, considers life after he retracts his adamantium claws for the final time.
The actor, nominated for “Fences,” discusses bringing more of August Wilson’s work to the screen. And he finds a path to social progress.
All awards season, Times staffers have been arguing about this Oscar-nominated musical. We let them go one more round.
Richard Curtis is reuniting with Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley and Colin Firth for a short film for Red Nose Day.