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A tomboy's body because home to a startling metamorphosis in this first film from the "Titane" and "Raw" director. [Read More]
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In LA's depleted exhibition market, Vidiots looks to be a new shrine from cinephiles at the historic Eagle Theatre. [Read More]
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Everybody's favorite mafia show is now getting the Monopoly treatment. [Read More]
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Notaro pushes the bounds of comedy to new heights yet again with an entirely animated live standup special. [Read More]
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Stone's complex historic and global point of view is far more layered and nuanced than current American partisanship will accept. [Read More]
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From "The Green Knight" to Sean Penn and new-but-still-confusing production protocols, this was the week that Covid anxiety made an unwelcome comeback. [Read More]
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California has expanded its film and TV production tax credits. [Read More]
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Among its dodges, "Val" doesn't address why the "difficult" label got pinned to Kilmer more than other '90s Hollywood divos. [Read More]
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On Disney+ and Netflix respectively, two shows continue to generate plenty of interest among streaming TV fans. [Read More]
Sian Heder, director of "Coda," is working on a biopic for Apple TV+ on disability activist Judith Heumann. [Read More]
Catherine Keener, Sam Waterston, Bobby Cannavale, Parker Posey, and Darrell Britt-Gibson star in an audio drama about a reclusive author. [Read More]
Garret Price's HBO documentary on Woodstock '99 is a must-watch reckoning of a time gone by. [Read More]
Sundance Institute announces the 2021 Ignite x Adobe Fellows. [Read More]
Hamill has lent his talents to more roles than just Luke Skywalker in the Disney-era "Star Wars" films, it turns out. [Read More]
"Hamilton" stormed its way into Emmy voters' hearts, but why? [Read More]
The Summer Games kicked off with an event that grasped at normalcy while acknowledging that the next two-plus weeks will be anything but. [Read More]
Penn is demanding all staff on the Watergate series get Covid vaccines, and will help provide them through his CORE organization. [Read More]
Expect the unexpected. Again. [Read More]
IndieWire at 25: Even before the pandemic, film festivals faced an uphill battle in America. Here's how they can adapt to the future. [Read More]
A California agency has sued video game publisher Activision Blizzard for allegedly fostering a "frat boy workplace culture." [Read More]
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