We pick 16 favorites from this year’s all virtual event. Even better: Many already have distribution, some with release dates.
There’s now a desire to go beyond the headlines and show these characters in a way that feels authentic.
The filmmaker celebrates his birthday this week at Telluride with many new projects and even more ideas about cinema, civilization, and his long-term legacy, which he shared with IndieWire.
Cannes: Austin Butler gives a performance worthy of the King, but he’s buried alive under a rhinestone rollercoaster of weak biopic tropes.
The late director not only helped kick off the New Wave, he changed the language of cinema forever.
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