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Thomas Brodie-Sangster, now more familiar from “Game of Thrones,” and Olivia Olson are taking part in a short film based on the original romantic comedy.
Alice Lowe wrote, directed and stars in this British film about a pregnant serial killer on a darkly comedic odyssey dictated by her malicious fetus.
This Czech film gives a haunting account of the life of the mentally ill young woman who killed eight people in Prague in 1973.
Increased ticket sales in countries like Brazil and Japan could not offset steep declines in places like Germany, Britain and Mexico. China was flat.
The seven-room residence where the elusive actress liked to be left alone is for sale.
Stars turn out to celebrate the new bittersweet comedy starring Mr. Harrelson about an easily provoked loner.
A Los Angeles theater is helping patrons who might be especially grossed out by the horror movie “Raw.” It’s the latest in a long line of movie come-ons.
In Elisabeth Subrin’s feature, a nuanced take on friendship and professional frustration, an actress finds that early relationships can fade.
New Directors/New Films enters its second week with selections from artists in the early stages of their careers.
After an apparent reversal by government censors, Disney’s live-action remake will open on March 30 without changes, two major cinema companies said.
Belle of the weekend box office: Disney’s much-anticipated musical remake capitalized on nostalgia, strong reviews and the appeal of Emma Watson.
The men, who are longtime friends, will speak at the Beacon Theater as part of the Tribeca Talks series.
Are nonfiction films a liberal bastion? As financiers and festivals hunt for movies to bridge the divide with Trump voters, they find their own biases.
The streaming services FilmStruck and Warner Archive Instant specialize in obscure noir, foreign directors’ deep cuts and enlightening supplements.
A coalition of movie theaters have organized screenings, to be shown in May, featuring films from countries named in President Trump’s travel ban.
This drama about intersecting love lives features themes like betrayal, identity and art. Religion appears, too, in the film, set in Austin, Tex.
The Taiwanese director Edward Yang’s second feature, a portrait of urban alienation from 1985, is getting a theatrical release in the United States.
Acting may be his first love, but the title character in “Actor Martinez” soon learns it’s no picnic — especially when dealing with his directors.
This sci-fi thriller may not have “Arrival”-level effects or sophistication, but it delivers a solid B-movie kick.
A documentary looks at a hedge fund manager’s $1 billion bet against that nutritional company and his efforts to expose what he characterized as consumer fraud.
Nathan Morlando’s film may focus on two young lovers, but Bill Paxton shines as a corrupt sheriff in one of his final film roles.
The filmmaker Danae Elon’s child provides some of the most insightful moments in this documentary chronicling the return to the city of her youth.
Caveh Zahedi, the film’s director and star, recounts the misadventures experienced while producing an initially sexually explicit semidocumentary series.
The New York Times film critics review "Beauty and the Beast,” “Song to Song” and “T2 Trainspotting."
The sequel to the gloriously scabrous film that kick-started the careers of Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor illustrates the consequences of a misspent youth.
Bassem Youssef and the Egyptian satirical program he hosted after the Arab Spring is the focus of this documentary.