After teaming with Noah Baumbach to direct one of the best documentaries about filmmaking ever made, De Palma, director Jake Paltrow is back with a new feature. June Zero is a vividly textured telling ...
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 ...
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, ...
Summer Solstice took me by surprise when I first saw it at BFI Flare LGBTIQ+ Film Festival back in March. Fresh and funny, simple, but never slight, this meditative indie summer film explores the ...
As we approach 2024’s halfway point it’s time to take a temperature of the finest cinema thus far: we’ve rounded up our ...
Crafting the best American movie of the year thus far with I Saw the TV Glow, Jane Schoenbrun has enjoyed success with their mesmerizing odyssey of identity and the festering horrors of nostalgia.
Any major change or innovation in a large area of a city usually means a certain population is getting left in the dust. World premiering at Tribeca Festival on June 11 and coming to Washington D.C.’s ...
Continuing their streak of restorations seemingly nobody would even think to undertake, The Film Desk will soon premiere a program of ten shorts directed by Rhody Streeter and Tony Ganz. Titled ...