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In his second feature, the director Laszlo Nemes (“Son of Saul”) applies his near-subjective cinematic style to pre-World War I Budapest.
The director of “Get Out” returns with a horror movie about a family terrorized by weird doubles. A dazzling Lupita Nyong’o heads up the terrific cast.
In a movie that stars Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais and Tiger Chen, the gaps in the plot may not really matter.
A controlled thriller that invents an intimate subtext for the 1983 escape of imprisoned Irish Republican Army fighters from the fortresslike Maze.
The film re-creates the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai through the eyes of a sprawling international ensemble.
This film demonstrates the power of delicious cuisine to spice up an otherwise straightforward, sentimental film.
Based on the Martin Amis murder mystery “Night Train,” the movie retains several of its central characters but very little else.
“Bill & Ted Face the Music,” starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as middle-aged versions of the excellent duo, is planned for summer 2020.
This neo-exploitation potboiler about brutal men on both sides of the law stars Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn, and traffics in sordid, ugly shocks.
After Ms. Hammer came out in the 1970s, her films took a provocative and influential turn. “One of my goals,” she said, “was to put a lesbian on camera.”
The actor and director will be in conversation ahead of their next crime drama, “The Irishman.” Also on the Tribeca Talks slate are Jennifer Lawrence and Queen Latifah.
The Kenyan-Mexican star of “Us” and “Black Panther,” who seems to excel at everything — even rap — is an exception in her industry, for better and worse.
The $71.3 billion acquisition of most of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment empire is officially done. The ripple effects may not become clear for years.
From “Stalag 17” to “Community,” Mr. Erdman showed up for more than 70 years in roles that were usually small but often memorable.
The director Heddy Honigmann uses her documentary skills — and her humanity — to illuminate the relationships between service animals and their people.
The festival will feature a globally popular production of “The Magic Flute,” a new Mark Morris dance and a musical adaptation of a Langston Hughes poem.
Alex Gibney’s new HBO documentary “The Inventor” is only the latest retelling of the Silicon Valley fraud that captivated the public imagination.
It sold an estimated $69.3 million in domestic tickets this weekend and is already the 13th-best-selling film in the 21-movie Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The director J.C. Chandor narrates a sequence from his feature.
Gaspar Noé’s “Climax” is the latest movie to push the ecstatic, frightening qualities of dance into horror. A body holds plenty of space for terror.
Disney had fired the filmmaker in July after offensive jokes he wrote on Twitter several years ago resurfaced. The dismissal prompted an outcry from the film franchise’s cast and fans.
This year’s festival showed strength in comedy, and filmgoers were chatting especially about “Good Boys” and “Booksmart,” both romps about students.
Reggie took the lead, the rambunctious Archie stepped in for scratching, Gonzo could be held, and Rizzo was a backup. Training them wasn’t as hard as you’d think.
He talks about his new inmate-meets-wild horse drama, “The Mustang,” and why he wants to kick people in the heart.
For a boy growing up in Oklahoma, a real-world passion became both an imagined universe and a taste of the wider universe.
This divisive film about a young dancer wisely disposes of “will they find out?” questions in favor of psychological depth and verisimilitude.
J. C. Chandor narrates a sequence from his film featuring Ben Affleck.