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After a recent digital restoration, this French film noir adapted from a Georges Simenon novel will have a weeklong run at Metrograph.
Amazon’s original-programming division was already considering a change in strategy before the accusation against its top executive.
A French social media campaign inspired by the scandal around the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has put the spotlight on proposed new laws.
A new documentary examines Hitchcock’s film from various angles. Did you know Scorsese modeled a fight sequence in “Raging Bull” on the shower scene?
In an interview with the BBC, Mr. Allen expressed sympathy for “the poor women that were involved” but also called the situation “sad for Harvey.”
Mr. Dotrice, who began acting in a P.O.W. camp, had a long career in movies, on TV and onstage, winning his Tony in “A Moon for the Misbegotten.”
The film stars Chadwick Boseman and is directed by Ryan Coogler, who cast his “Creed” lead, Michael B. Jordan, in the role of the villain, Erik Killmonger.
Continuing a horror boom at the box office, “Happy Death Day” arrived as the No. 1 movie in North America, with $26.5 million in ticket sales.
Many people said they were staying off the social media platform on Friday to protest the temporary locking of Ms. McGowan’s account. Others criticized the boycott as ill conceived.
In an emergency session brought about by the recent public accusations, the board voted to remove the mogul whose studios won more than 80 Oscars.
The “Pope of Trash” hosts a sleep-away camp in Litchfield County, Conn. Yes, there were marshmallows, polyester and nudity.
Allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein were the focus of a New York Times investigation last week. But if you were watching television news, the revelations about the Hollywood producer and his victims took a decidedly political turn.
The academy has long insisted that professional achievement is what counts, but now it stands at a precipice, and Harvey Weinstein could change everything.
Hollywood and the Democratic political world have turned against Harvey Weinstein. And yet fashion, his third circle of influence, has remained quiet.
Also the week of Oct. 15: Monteverdi’s groundbreaking “Orfeo” in Manhattan, and Mona Hatoum’s sly sculptures in Houston.
In “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” the writer-director Angela Robinson tells a knotty story with wit, sympathy and economy.
When he’s not on set or traveling, Mr. Akinnagbe prefers to stay local, working on various projects in and around Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Writers from across the political spectrum take on the fallout from accusations of sexual misconduct by the Hollywood producer.
The drama, directed by Davy Chou, is set in Cambodia and follows a group of young men as they work during the day and search for love at night.
A documentary from an artist who wants to take viewers beyond the headlines and the images on the nightly news.
The director discusses a sequence featuring Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman.
Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from his film, featuring Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman.
The director Angela Robinson explains how a psychologist with a three-way relationship and an interest in bondage and sadomasochism came to invent the superhero.
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Reginald Hudlin’s movie about the crusading lawyer and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall smartly keeps the focus tight.
As a new DVD series makes an influential animation studio’s films easier to find, we look back at the entire catalog.
As the company seeks to distance itself from Harvey Weinstein, there are conflicting accounts about what it knew and how it responded.
A biopic about the rise of a Native American performer who overcame discriminatory laws to perform on Broadway and in the White House.
On this week’s podcast, the star of “The Handmaid’s Tale” reads Diane Daniel’s story of her spouse’s transition.
He plays an aggrieved father facing off against Pierce Brosnan, who plays a character with possible links to the I.R.A.
A documentary observes a St. Louis student facing a bleak future if she can’t graduate from an alternative school.
A documentary by Alexandre O. Philippe finds plenty to examine in one of the most memorable scenes in American film.
The mess that two Brooklyn brothers make of their house in this documentary is unholy in several senses of the term.
Dome Karukoski’s biopic about the Finnish illustrator takes his life and reduces it to check marks on a list.
This documentary follows a Buddhist priest who counsels those who are in danger of committing suicide.
The disability-rights pioneer Robin Cavendish is given an upbeat biopic in “Breathe,” starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy.
Sally Potter’s latest film, about a disastrous gathering of friends, shows what the director calls “a microcosm of a whole nation in a great political crisis.”
Women helped build the movie industry, but it has long been a male-dominated enterprise that systematically treats women — as a class — as inferior.
Labour Party members in Britain also called for an honorary title to be revoked as anger over the scandal spread across Europe.