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Tuesday, May. 31, 2022
David Cronenberg Reflects On Cinema's Future and His 1st Film In 8 Years
David Cronenberg is sitting on a balcony when a squawking seagull flies overhead. "Full of plastic, that bird," Cronenberg says, smiling. The 79-year-old Canadian auteur has long been fascinated by what's in our bodies and what we put in them. His latest film, "Crimes of the Future," which opens in...
Thursday, May. 26, 2022
Baz Luhrman Brings "Elvis" To Cannes, Sees Story As Being About America
It's the day before Baz Luhrmann is to unveil "Elvis" at the Cannes Film Festival, and it goes without saying that the director — one of cinema's most maximalist moviemakers — is ready to put on a show. "I've been ready to put on a show since I was born," Luhrmann says in a hotel looking out on...
Thursday, May. 26, 2022
Kristen Stewart Reflects On Cannes, David Cronenberg, "Crimes of the Future"
In David Cronenberg's "Crimes of the Future," in which an artist played by Viggo Mortensen has organs and tumors plucked from his body in performance art excavations, Kristen Stewart plays a timid bureaucrat swiftly turned passionate devotee. In Cronenberg's film, a Cannes Film Festival entry...
Saturday, May. 21, 2022
Ethan Coen Returns To Filmmaking, Cannes Fest With Jerry Lee Lewis Documentary
Most in the film industry thought Ethan Coen was done with making movies. Ethan did, too. But on Sunday, Coen will premiere his first documentary, "Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble in Mind," at the Cannes Film Festival, a movie that was unknown until last month's festival lineup announcement. The film,...
Saturday, May. 21, 2022
Director James Gray's "Armageddon Time" Delves Into White Privilege, Stirs Cannes
When the Cannes Film Festival audience stood to applaud James Gray's richly observed autobiographical drama "Armageddon Time," about the director's own 1980s childhood in Queens, Gray's voice quivered as he addressed the crowd. "It's my story, in a way," said Gray. "And you guys shared it with me...
Saturday, May. 7, 2022
Marvel Studios' Victoria Alonso Reflects On Multiverses, Cinema And A LatinX Superhero
For more than 20 years, acclaimed Argentine filmmaker Victoria Alonso has helped steer Marvel's cinematic juggernaut to ever-growing heights of success. With this week's release of the "Doctor Strange" sequel, she is poised for another hit, and will fulfill a dream of debuting a superhero she's...
Wednesday, May. 4, 2022
Director Sam Raimi Reflects On His "Strange" Superhero Return
Relief was just starting to wash over director Sam Raimi the morning after the premiere of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." The film, which opens in theaters Friday, has been a headlong sprint for the 62-year-old, who took over two and a half years ago after Scott Derrickson departed...
Wednesday, Apr. 27, 2022
Katrina Lenk Takes 2 Bows On Stage and Screen--For "Company" and "Ozark," Respectively
From joking on the "Ozark" set with Jason Bateman, to getting show notes from Stephen Sondheim, Katrina Lenk's career has hit a sweet spot. The actor is in the enviable position of starring in the popular Netflix show and the hit Broadway musical "Company" simultaneously. Lenk plays Clare Shaw, the...
Friday, Apr. 22, 2022
Céline Sciamma Mines Moments of Transformation In "Petite Maman"
Céline Sciamma's "Petite Maman" runs a mere 72 minutes and yet packs in a lifetime of enchantment. It is, she says, "a pocket film you can take home." The film, which opened in theaters Friday (4/22), is the French writer-director's follow-up to her 2019 award-winning love story "Portrait of a Lady...
Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2022
Writer-Director Richard Linklater Reflects On Nostalgia, Cultural Curiosity and "Apollo 10 1/2"
Bike rides, kickball, Jiffy Pop, Jell-O and other well-remembered details crowd Richard Linklater's "Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood," an affectionate ode to his own childhood growing up outside Houston in the late 1960s. NASA and the moon mission are just next door, as are other scientific...

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