The Norwegian black metal movie will be directed by Jonas Åkerlund and is set to star Rory Culkin.
We sat down with the director to chat about his fantastic new coming-of-age drama about a boy grappling with his identity and sexuality in a rough Miami neighborhood.
Writer and star Brittani Nichols on making a comedy about suicide, LGBTQ characters, and not hiring straight white dudes.
Christian Slater and King Cobra director Justin Kelly on the challenges of making a film about underage porn stars, intergenerational relationships, and murder.
We spoke to the filmmaker about his game-changing film about what it's like to be young, gay, and black in Miami.
Framed as a last-ditch appeal to the Trump voter, Michael Moore's documentary on the 2016 election makes a pitch to reluctant liberals and leftists.
The former head of Fox News and longtime friend of Donald Trump is reportedly no longer speaking to the Republican nominee.
The film, which sees release this Friday, navigates the intersection of two distinct experiences in ways most cinema hasn't.
Born two decades too late, Scott Adkins could've been a Jean-Claude Van Damme or Steven Seagal. Instead, he's the king of an underground straight-to-VOD action empire.
Movies like The Conjuring and Ouija act as mouthpieces for Christianity, and have deeper intentions than just surface-level scares.
The 90s cartoon was positive propaganda to teach kids about taking care of the environment, so DiCaprio presumably hopes a movie will do the same for a new generation.
Cartoonist Dash Shaw discusses the beauty of animation and his experiences adapting his own comic into a film.
Heavenly Sin explores the complexities of female power, agency, and sexuality in Huizenga's trademark 80s acid-trip aesthetic.
We talked to director Keith Maitland about his rotoscope recreation of the 1966 shooting and how Tower prioritizes human nature over politics.
We met the breakout star of American Honey to talk about how she was discovered on a beach during spring break, and what it was like working with director Andrea Arnold.
President Obama blames Republicans for Donald Trump, the feds announce a pilot program to track police violence, Boko Haram releases 21 schoolgirls, and more.
It might not turn out to be a life-defining film, but it will almost certainly keep you entertained for a few hours while you're stuck with family over the holidays.
The title is Best F(r)iends, and how you're supposed to pronounce that is just one of many questions.
The award-winning documentary Fire at Sea is a harrowing and personal look at the migrant crisis on a tiny island near Italy.
Legendary Hoop Dreams documentarian Steve James's newest film, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, tells the story of the only US bank prosecuted after the 2008 financial crisis.
We spoke to Mat Whitecross about his new Oasis film Supersonic, which revives the true legacy of the band—radical hopefulness.
The film will focus on the First Lady's LIFE Magazine interview and brings us into the fragile moments following President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
We caught up with screenwriting guru Robert McKee, whose new book, Dialogue, proves he should be required reading for storytellers of any kind.
Netflix Amanda Knox documentary eerily plays to both sides of the infamous murder trial.