It Feels Like We're Getting Closer and Closer to the Dystopia of 'Children of Men'
Tucked within Alfonso Cuarón's depiction of bloodshed and social upheaval are parallels to our troubled times that illuminate, especially, the current state of the immigration debate.
'I Thought He Was a Fake': Why Yalitza Aparicio Almost Left Her 'Roma' Audition
Her Oscar nomination broke ground, but it almost didn't happen over a suspected catfishing situation.
Most Women From Yalitza Aparicio's Hometown Won't Get to See 'Roma'
In the city where Oscar-nominated actress Yalitza Aparicio was born, most women have two or three jobs to survive and no time for movies or entertainment.
The Grace, Joys, and Sadnesses of 'Roma'
Plus, some upsetting new information about the way Oxycontin was marketed.
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'Roma' Actor Might Miss Oscars Because the US Keeps on Denying His Visa
He's been denied three times over the past year.
'Roma' Should Win Best Picture, but It Probably Won't
Only ten foreign language films have ever been nominated for the Oscars's top prize.
Explore a Planet Made of Fungus, Stanley Kubrick-Style
Philip Klawitter's new short film 'Micro Infinito' takes Stanley Kubrick and Alfonso Cuarón's space cinematography to the microscopic realm.
The 80s Mexican Sci-Fi Show That Spawned Hollywood’s Best Filmmakers
Before they were Hollywood's "Three Amigos," Alfonso Cuarón, Emmanuel Lubezki, and Alejandro González Iñárritu worked on La Hora Marcada, a Black Mirror-esque sci-fi show in Mexico.
'Aningaaq,' a Short Film Companion Piece for 'Gravity'
Jonas Cuaron co-wrote Gravity with his father, Alfonso, and directed a seven-minute companion piece featuring the other end of a pivotal radio conversation. Both films have been submitted to the Oscars and, if chosen, would make history as the...