While Moana shows the sacrifice of one leader, Standing Rock reminds us of the power of collective organizing.
We spoke with the Frank and Lola star about the fiery incident and being taken seriously by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
With Janet Mock as a producer and a interviewer, and 11 diverse trans community leaders featured throughout, the documentary feels truer and richer than most.
You ever broken your neck? It really, really hurts. You ever boxed? It really, really hurts. Vinny Paz did both, within 13 months of each other and won the world championships five times.
The director and cast are doing a live Q&A on Twitter Friday afternoon, promising some exclusive new clips from the upcoming movie and a behind-the-scenes tour of a "surprise location."
Dec 1, 2016
We talked to the prolific Chilean director about his two celebrated new films, Jackie and Neruda.
We talked to the director about her new film Things to Come, attention to detail, and the importance of naming things.
It's a pretty nice change considering a spotty WiFi connection can really mess up your Bojack Horseman marathon.
Mars Attacks!, which is about to turn 20, came out the same year as many other big-budget disaster movies, but the cult classic couldn't be more different from its rivals.
We spoke to the Always Shine star about the pressure of feminine ideals and how irritating it is to be considered a literal measuring stick by men.
We talk to the actor about his role in the new Jim Jarmusch film, being in the Marines, and life under the Star Wars spotlight.
The movie follows two Jesuit missionaries who take a dangerous journey through 17th-century Japan to spread the word of God and search for their mentor.
We talked to the Nocturnal Animals actor about his crappy first jobs like bookstore clerk and canvasser for Ralph Nader.
We talked to the director of The Lure, which follows an eccentric old millionaire and the treasure hunters looking for his buried loot in the Rocky Mountains.
Is Denis Villeneuve's Arrival poindextery jibber-jabber, or a commanding, optimistic example of cinema at its finest? Our critics debate.
Whether it's in a drone tracking shot or the referential pastiche of Tarantino and Wes Anderson, Coutard's vision of hyper-staged naturalism is everywhere.
We talk with the director of Elle about Donald Trump, violence against women, and where he thinks the country is heading.
We spoke to director Anna Biller about killing off men and keeping aesthetics kitsch.
Jeff Nichols's Loving reminds us that anti-miscegenation attitudes are still prevalent in today's society.
The new documentary Peter and the Farm is an unflinching look at the highs and lows of being the only farmer on a one-man farm.
"It was a comedy—not a documentary."
We talked to a curator for London's Barbican theater about a new season that pushes the boundaries of taste.
Thir13en Ghosts was an important film, god damn it!
Hedren says she didn't tell anyone at the time because "sexual harassment and stalking were terms that didn't exist [back then]."