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The narrative feature debut of Erica Tremblay traverses much of the same ground as other films set on and around reservations, highlighting poverty, a spirit to hustle, human trafficking, and the quagmire of political relations...
"Goodfellas" may not have made Spielberg's list of favorite movies in IndieWire, but it did earn a comparison to some incredible Hollywood classics, including one of the names on Spielberg's list. Scorsese's 1990 film had "the...

Babylon, Skinamarink, Black History Month, Douglas Sirk & More

Each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit streaming platforms in the United States. Check out this week’s selections below...

Poetic Look at Complex South African History – The Hollywood Reporter

“I have to be careful about how I remember my memories.” The director Milisuthando Bongela opens her discerning documentary Milisuthando with this shrewd declaration....

The Best Crossover Episodes In TV History

Television crossovers craft a universe wherein fictional worlds converge. Characters roam to unfamiliar territories, sometimes far away from the fold of their shows....

Fantastic Machine Offers a Sprawling History of the Moving Image with a Too-Concise Lens

The history of film is filled with fascinating symmetries, with Edison’s early kinescopes like Fred Ott’s Sneeze and The Kiss resembling the kinds...

The Stroll is a Lively Look at the NYC History of Trans Sex Workers

A frank celebration of a pre-Giuliani New York, Kristen Lovell and Zachary Drucker’s The Stroll explores a unique period from the inside. Lovell––an...

The Best Crossovers In Horror Movie History

Intelligence and madness must be hereditary in the Frankenstein bloodline, as the last surviving scion of Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Dr. Durea, also happens...

Black History, Derek Jarman, Douglas Sirk, Yo La Tengo & More

February, marking both Black History Month and Valentine’s Day, is the kind of stretch from which a programmer can mine plenty. Accordingly the...

Emilia Jones & Scoot McNairy Revisit Gay History – The Hollywood Reporter

Told from the perspective of a young girl raised by her single gay father to be a woman who is “strong and tolerant...

‘Top Gun,’ ‘Avatar’ Movie Sequels Could Make History at 2023 Oscars – The Hollywood Reporter

Oscar nominations morning has seen not one but two sequels nominated for best picture in a single year. Top Gun: Maverick and...

Bending History: Marie Kreutzer on Corsage | Interviews

George MacDonald's The Light Princess book is a big theme throughout the film. I found that story and the various iterations really fascinating. I...

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