Dust off your jewels and put up the kettle because the twists and turns at your favorite Yorkshire estate in early 20th-century Britain are back with a feature film.
By Leanne Italie, Associated Press
The film “22 July” is a dramatization of the 2011 massacre at a Norwegian summer camp. A right-wing fanatic killed 77 people. Jeffrey Brown talks with British director Paul Greengrass about the film, the country’s reaction to the massacre and…
By Jeffrey Brown
Known to millions of readers, Madeleine L'Engle's beloved fantasy book "A Wrinkle in Time" is breaking into a new dimension: as a big-budget Disney film. Director Ava DuVernay is the first African-American woman to lead a $100 million film production,…
By PBS NewsHour
These five Best Picture winners may not get all the love they deserve, compared to other go-to greats.
By Ilayda Kocak
Director Stanley Kubrick’s landmark space saga, “2001: A Space Odyssey,” turns 50 this year, remaining remarkably relevant and influential even 17 years after surpassing its titular year. Here are six movies Kubrick helped influence.
By Patty Gorena Morales
Two film critics share their favorite films of the year, including "The Post," "Lady Bird" and "Get Out."…
What makes a holiday movie? We asked a pop-culture blogger for non-traditional holiday recommendations.
Wanuri Kahiu's films and stories don't need tragedies. Her "Afro-bubblegum" art is fun and even frivolous, and rejects the idea that she needs to grapple with dark, violent problems. At the same time, she has come to see her work…
Filmmaker George Romero has died at the age of 77. His cult classic "Night of the Living Dead," made for $100,000 in 1968, launched the modern zombie industry and countless imitators. But Romero's zombie flicks also offered him a platform…
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