Filmmaker Melina Matsoukas on mashing up genres and taking her sweet time to keep audiences on their toes.
The Mister Rogers movie had so many chances to go so wrong, and yet, director Marielle Heller pulls it off.
Director Vincent Biron and the lead actors in his new film on the tragedies of hockey, upending expectations and the “aesthetics of disappointment.”
The iconic French actress tells us about working with director Ira Sachs on their new film, Frankie.
Elizabeth Banks reboots Charlie’s Angels with the best of intentions, but the result is assembly-line action blockbuster from top to bottom.
Scorsese’s long-awaited theatrical/Netflix release delivers, but not necessarily in the way you would expect.
Thanks to the wonders of CGI, Midway was shot in Montreal.
An interview with the filmmaker about her contemporary take on Antigone.
Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Doctor Sleep is also a homage to the Kubrick movie that King hated.
We spoke with the star of Sophie Deraspe’s Antigone about the peculiarities of discussing acting and how to deal with outpourings of audience emotion.