Trey Edward Shults on the role of Florida and the challenge of shooting a road trip in his new film.
We spoke to screenwriter Anthony McCarten, the biopic specialist behind Bohemian Rhapsody and Fernando Meirelles’s new film.
We spoke to Antonio Banderas about “playing” his old friend Almodóvar in the Spanish auteur’s new film Pain & Glory.
Ang Lee’s resurrection of a 20-year-old script is bungled on multiple planes but also fascinating in its peculiarities.
We spoke to Myriam Verreault on her new film, set in a First Nations community on Côte-Nord.
Renée Zellwegger is appropriately iconic as the talented, troubled Ms. Garland in Judy.
The Ugandan film studio travels to Canada for the first time – and new films from Cory Finley, Takashi Miike and Joey Klein.
A pulp fiction adaptation, a Chinese street vendor/anarchist doc and a rare look at organized crime middle management.
…including a contemporary take on Les Misérables and Dakota Fanning wading into dodgy waters.
No spoilers here, but this finale to Stephen King’s horror classic is better than any iteration of It (including the book).