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"Everyone's a winner" is the mantra at the annual Oscar Nominees Luncheon. This year, especially the "Parasite director." [Read More]
Sundance: A doc about Pepe the Frog's journey from chill dude to official hate symbol explores how nobody can own anything on the internet. [Read More]
Sundance: Braden King's sobering drama explores the thin line between helping and hurting. [Read More]
Neon and Hulu's $15-million "Palm Springs" is a risky theatrical bet. But as Amazon suggests about its "Late Night" buy last year, crowd-pleasing comedies are... [Read More]
For their first Oscar contender together, John and long-time lyricist partner Bernie Taupin merged a Tom Waits-like slow waltz with a Motown vibe. [Read More]
The event celebrated directors with new films at the festival, including Josephine Decker, Radha Blank, Emerald Fennell, Kirsten Johnson, Ekwa Msangi, and Eliza Hittman. [Read More]
The author's Washington Post op-ed on the film industry's lack of diverse nominees comes two weeks after King drew criticism for Twitter remarks related to... [Read More]
The event toasted directors such as Josephine Decker, Radha Blank, Emerald Fennell, Kirsten Johnson, Ekwa Msangi, and Eliza Hittman. [Read More]
Things are only getting darker for Jimmy, especially as his complete transformation into the Saul Goodman of "Breaking Bad" looms closer. [Read More]
Understanding how we got to this point requires a look back on recent Sundance history. [Read More]
Sundance: Andy Samberg and Cristin Millioti star in a hilarious comedy that questions the value of monogamy in a meaningless world. [Read More]
It's "1917" v "Parasite" as we head for WGA Awards and actual Oscar voting. [Read More]
Sundance: Cox gets emotional in this accessible history of transgender lives onscreen, which acts like a bookend to "The Celluloid Closet." [Read More]
Sundance: Louis-Dreyfus and the film's team spoke with IndieWire about the marital comedy co-starring Will Ferrell. [Read More]
The Oscar-nominated documentarian's four-part series on the 2019 Chicago mayoral election is his official portrait of the city — and America, as well. [Read More]
Sundance: The "Martha Marcy May Marlene" director returns with a slow-burn drama where every frame benefits from masterful composition. [Read More]
Watch: Cast member Melissa Villaseñor stopped by Weekend Update to educate Colin Jost about the Best Picture Oscar nominees. [Read More]
Marina Zenovich's three-hour doc doesn't let the unapologetic athlete off the hook, but settles for a direct presentation of his obvious contradictions. [Read More]
Sundance: Lee Isaac Chung's fourth feature is a gentle, sweet, and yet staggeringly powerful story of assimilating into the American Dream. [Read More]
Sundance: Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's truncated take on Ruben Östlund's beloved "Force Majeure" has fine intentions and some thrilling moments, but can never best... [Read More]
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