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By Tuesday, TV and movie writers could create the entertainment industry’s first major work stoppage in a decade. But differences between the business climates now and then offer hope for a deal.
As a director, Reeves specialized in a florid brand of British gothic. And Ken Russell paid homage to that style.
In this good-natured comedy, the Mexican actor and comedian has been dumped and has to settle for real life.
This stage version of the 1950 film, which will be adapted and directed by Ivo van Hove, is planned for the West End in spring 2018.
The women each won $20,000 for their work, while an Iranian who won best short couldn’t accept in person and blamed “Mr. Trump’s fascinating decisions.”
Critics review “The Circle,” “Casting JonBenet” and “Obit" for The New York Times.
In a conceptual exercise, actors audition for roles in the celebrated case as a way of showing how people are still preoccupied by it.
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks star in this adaptation of a Dave Eggers novel that explores surveillance-state threats.
Korakrit Arunanondchai’s multimedia work includes a man-sized rat suit, a grandmother’s possessions and thoughts on extinction.
Mr. Malek, of “Mr. Robot,” heads for the hills of Montana as a man fleeing a soul-deadening job and the burdens of modern life.
This intense debut feature from the Irish director Liam Gavin, with its spare style, is a marriage of acting and atmosphere.
Meet the husband-and-wife team that inspired some of the most memorable moments onscreen, from “The Graduate” to “The Birds.”
This documentary, one of several commemorating the riots’ 25th anniversary, assembles broadcast and helicopter footage into a taut chronological account.
A drama from Brazil about a psychiatrist who defied medical orthodoxy and treated patients with paint brushes instead of spikes and electroshock therapy.
Noomi Rapace plays a woman subjected to jumbo syringes and repulsive nuzzling after being kidnapped by a mysterious cult.
Mr. Jones, 86, has appeared in 20 Broadway plays since 1958 and has won two Tony Awards, for “The Great White Hope” in 1969 and “Fences” in 1987.
This new Netflix comedy’s strength is its confident, consistent voice, even though its rapid-fire jokes don’t all land.
The director wasn’t sold on the idea at first. “A talking raccoon — that’s a stupid idea,” he thought. Now? “I love the raccoon as much as I love my family.”
A look at some of the filmmaker’s most noteworthy films, from “Melvin and Howard” to “The Silence of the Lambs” and “Rachel Getting Married.”
Mr. Demme, an auteur whose films included documentaries and narrative features, won an Academy Award for “The Silence of the Lambs.”
A documentary compiles work by filmmakers from all over the world who captured small moments of affirmation and reflection.
Berns is not as well known as Phil Spector, but this songwriter and music producer amassed an impressive number of durable pop and R&B hits in the 1960s.
The documentary peers over the shoulders of journalists at The New York Times as they decide who merits obituaries and then go about the delicate business of writing them.
“Only I can tell my story,” Madonna said in reaction to “Blond Ambition,” a biopic in the works about her years in gritty 1980s New York.
In an interview with NBC News, Ms. Dunaway said that she was “completely stunned” and felt “very guilty” about the now infamous Oscars mistake.
Maren Ade, Fan Bingbing and Paolo Sorrentino are also among the jurors for the main competition next month.
The two women talk about overcoming barriers in their careers, fighting for better roles and how it is important for artists to be politically active.
Letters and diaries from a young Welles, along with unpublished scripts, have been acquired by the University of Michigan.
Four follow-ups to James Cameron’s sci-fi spectacle are scheduled, with the first to be released in December 2020.
Five new movies arrived in wide release over the weekend, and not one managed more than $5.1 million in ticket sales.