Jac Cron’s Chestnut is undoubtedly more instructive than it is enjoyable. Instructive because it brings to the fore many of the dominant features of Gen Z gloom––aimless drifting, technological ...
Expanding the cinematic universe of her first feature The Unknown Country, Morrisa Maltz’s Jazzy is a beautifully crafted portrait of childhood in South Dakota, conjuring an aesthetic that at times ...
On the heels of last year's epic Killers of the Flower Moon, Martin Scorsese has now added yet another project to his ...
Following up Wendell & Wild, animation wizard Henry Selick is planning to return to the world of Neil Gaiman with an ...
At long last, Francis Ford Coppola’s Megalopolis has a home in North America. Lionsgate Studios has picked up rights for the U.S. and Canada, arriving in theaters and in IMAX on September 27. This ...
An ambling father-daughter road trip through ‘90s Poland, Julia von Heinz’s Treasure is an odd hybrid. On one side it’s a meandering portrait of a father (Stephen Fry's Edek) and daughter (Lena Dunham ...
After a relatively public first wave of production for Paul Thomas Anderson's next feature across California, things have ...
Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones that they made in between. For more from The B-Side, ...