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Thursday, 17 Aug 2017

“Dave Made a Maze” is a whimsical fantasy about a dude who gets lost in a living-room labyrinth of his own making. Bill Watterson’s directorial debut is itself like an awesomely scaled home craft...

Wednesday, 02 Aug 2017

The faintly surreal reality of app-based romance is a 21st-century phenomenon with which cinema hasn’t yet fully got to grips: We’re still waiting for the sparkling, swift-witted romantic comedy...

Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017

“This is not what people want to see in a film,” asserts Julita to her son, Gustavo Salmerón, who is filming her for what must be the umpteenth time over the course of 14 years. She waggles her...

Sunday, 18 Jun 2017

Imaginechina via AP Images Despite having invested in Chinese and Hollywood movies, Yu Yongfu, chairman of Alibaba Pictures, does not want to be confused with a conventional film producer or distributor. “We...

Saturday, 03 Jun 2017

After the misfire of biopic “Queen of the Desert,” it was clear that intrepid traveler and influential Arabist Gertrude Bell, reductively known as “the female T.E. Lawrence,” needed her reputation...

Sunday, 07 May 2017

Were it not for several compelling distinguishing features, you could suggest that “Natasha,” the sophomore film from award-winning author David Bezmogis, is a familiar tale: A young man experiences...

Friday, 28 Apr 2017

It’s official: Everyone is a fan of The Bachelor and Bachelorette. Matthew Morrison spoofs the hit ABC franchise in his latest film After the Reality, and Us Weekly has a sneak peek. Watch the video...

Tuesday, 21 Mar 2017

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is offering an exciting panel of artists, filmmakers and entertainers for their famous Tribeca Talks segment.  The 16th annual festival will bridge together topics such...

Thursday, 09 Mar 2017

Continuing the 20th-anniversary celebration of Bad Boy Entertainment, music mogul Diddy will debut his forthcoming documentary Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story at this year’s...

Monday, 06 Mar 2017

Comic book movies aren’t just for kids. “Logan,” the blood-drenched final chapter in the Wolverine saga, demonstrates that superhero films don’t have to be sanitized to succeed. Like “Deadpool”...