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Thursday, Jun. 23, 2022
Phones in serial killer movies are usually used by the deranged hunters to taunt the police or carefully tell victims how they'll die. But in "The Black Phone" it's the other way around, fitting for a horror-thriller that flips many of the genre's formula.
The serial killer at the heart...
Friday, Jun. 4, 2021
The Cannes Lions Preview in this edition of SHOOT canvasses jurors who reflect on how the pandemic and social justice issues that have come to the fore over the past year-plus might inform their approach to judging the awards competition. In the same vein, this week’s installment of our...
Saturday, Jul. 4, 2020
Catherine Deneuve plays an icon of French cinema in "The Truth." She even chose her own middle name, Fabienne, for her character who says things like, "I'd rather have been a bad friend and a bad mother and a great actress."
But don't go looking for some essential truths, or gossip, about...
Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019
"There's no such thing as the West anymore." That's actually not a line from "The Kid," Vincent D'Onofrio's new coming-of-age Western starring Ethan Hawke, Dane DeHaan and Chris Pratt. It's from Sam Shepard's play "True West," currently on Broadway — and also starring Hawke.
In fact, can...
Sunday, Sep. 16, 2018
Ethan Hawke had long been enchanted by the songs of mysterious singer-songwriter Blaze Foley. Foley wrote songs like 'If I Could Only Fly," that Willie Nelson covered and would go on to become a Merle Haggard hit, and "Clay Pigeons," which John Prine covered. Townes Van Zandt and Lucinda...
Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017
Two crises unfold in Paul Schrader's "First Reformed," which has its world premiere Thursday at the Venice Film Festival — one spiritual, the other environmental.
It's one of several films exploring the effects of climate change and environmental degradation at a festival that's taking...
Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015
When Ethan Hawke was young, he was fascinated with Albert Schweitzer, a19th-century philosopher and missionary who deliberately set aside years of his life for piano playing before he would dedicate himself to helping others. Hawke made a similar pledge to himself...