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Issa López Talks “Dream Narrative” Behind ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’

Filmmaker and screenwriter Issa López chatted with me late last month about the Steelbook release of Tigers Are Not Afraid. In...

Barbora Kysilkova Forms Lifelong Connection With ‘The Painter and The Thief’

The Painter and the Thief is a remarkable new documentary from director, Benjamin Ree. The film, which centers on the friendship...

Josh Trank Loves “Every Frame” Of Fever Dream Driven ‘Capone’

Written and directed by Josh Trank, Capone centers on the final year of Chicago gangster Alfonse Capone's (Tom Hardy) life. Suffering...

‘The Delicacy’ Interview With Director Jason Wise

Directed by Jason Wise (SOMM), The Delicacy centers on how the sea urchin is harvested, eaten, and why it has...

Christian Kane Talks ‘Almost Paradise’ Life In The Philippines: “It Actually Felt Like A Home For Me”

One series that I've been completely invested in is Almost Paradise, an engaging series that, along with being first rate escapist entertainment, places the...

Madeleine Arthur Finds The ‘Color Out of Space’ With “Magical” Richard Stanley Production

Directed by Richard Stanley (Hardware) and based on an H.P. Lovecraft short story, Color Out of Space centers on a family (Nicolas Cage, Joely...

Directors Bert & Bertie Discuss Transcendent Narrative Behind ‘Troop Zero’

Directed by Bert & Bertie, Troop Zero centers on Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace) an eccentric and free spirited girl who enters a competition (along...

Director Danny A. Abeckaser Does Double Duty In New York Set ‘Mob Town’

I'm a sucker for gangster films, and director Danny A. Abeckaser (First We Take Brooklyn) refreshingly subverts the genre by telling the story through...

Will Smith Finds “Honest Moments” With Ang Lee And “Bad Acting” On ‘Gemini Man’

The high frame rates (120fps) and Will Smith playing two versions of himself are the selling points for Gemini Man, but since the film...

Alex Neustaedter Talks ‘Low Tide’ Journey And Love For ‘Good Will Hunting’

Low Tide centers on several teenage boys (Keean Johnson, Alex Neustaedter, Daniel Zolghadri) who rob houses from out-of-towners on the Jersey Shore. When Alan's...

‘Love, Antosha’ Q&A: Drake Doremus And Garrett Price Reflect On Anton Yelchin Inspiring Journey

Love, Antosha is currently playing in New York and Los Angeles. Ahead of director Garrett Price and producer Drake Doremus' planned Q&A session tonight...

Cinema 101: Director Robi Michael Deconstructs Ambitious Thriller ‘Every Time I Die’

A melange of horror, film noir, and thriller elements, Every Time I Die is an ambitious narrative directed and co-penned by Robi Michael. I'm...

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‘Relic’ Review: Emily Mortimer Toplines “Emotionally Devastating” Horror Film

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Acclaimed Sci-Fi Thriller ‘District 9’ Hits 4K Ultra HD In October

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‘The Duke of Burgundy’ Review: A Subtle And Surprising Love Story

The Duke of Burgundy is the third feature by director, Peter Strickland. Unlike the lurid, popcorn melodrama of 50 Shades of...