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The former N.B.A. player has become a beloved celebrity since decamping for professional basketball in China, and a sequel is in the works.
An updated tale of ostracism for the golden age of dystopia, written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour.
Albert Maysles’s last documentary observes passengers traveling Amtrak’s route between Chicago and the Pacific Northwest.
In “My Journey Through French Cinema,” Mr. Tavernier’s documentary about movies doubles as an autobiography.
Brian Knappenberger’s timely documentary serves as an impassioned defense of the news media, though it lacks depth.
This documentary looks at Dr. John Sarno, who posits that many types of chronic pain, particularly back pain, are caused by stress and repressed emotions.
A grieving father in New York finds solace in an online relationship, but not everything is as it seems onscreen.
Scott Hamilton Kennedy’s documentary gives G.M.O. opponents their say, but leaves the last word to food technologists, who insist on reviewing the data.
A documentary observes the rising tide of danger and displacement for families living in central Iraq amid the arrival of the Islamic State.
The film, with a powerhouse performance by Dolores Fonzi, follows a young Argentine woman who confronts a horrible event in a rural town.
The previous directors were dropped over creative differences. A stand-alone entry in the “Star Wars” franchise, the movie is still slated for May 2018.
Patrick Shen’s documentary explores the harmful effects of excessive sound, linking quietude to tranquillity and better health.
Daniel Kaufman’s documentary covers a lot of Mr. Combs’s history as it records preparations for Bad Boy reunion concerts in Brooklyn.
Ms. Coppola won best director at the Cannes Film Festival for her film starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, an update on the 1971 movie with Clint Eastwood.
Bertrand Tavernier, who is releasing “My Journey Through French Cinema,” is the focus of a 10-day survey of 17 films.
Kumail Nanjiani stars opposite Zoe Kazan in this very funny, moving true story about how he found and almost lost love. Holly Hunter and Ray Romano also star.
In this film, an expedition leads to odd encounters for a title character who is more along the lines of St. Anthony than he is Odysseus.
Philip Lord and Christopher Miller, who made “The Lego Movie,” parted ways with Lucasfilm on the “Star Wars” spinoff. No new director has been named.
The reclusive actor, who has taken long breaks from acting before, officially announced his retirement for the first time.
Mark Wahlberg is back in the latest “Transformers” movie, but it’s stolen by Anthony Hopkins and a grouchy C-3PO knockoff.
The watchdog group Common Sense will introduce a “positive gender representations” label for content that prompts boys and girls to think beyond traditional roles.
The fraternity pledge nicknamed Flounder was a role Mr. Furst remained proud of all his career, which encompassed TV series and movies.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker, over a career that spanned nearly five decades, told stories of down-and-out characters finding triumph.
Jim McKay’s new film, about bicycle delivery men and soccer in Carroll Gardens and Sunset Park, is having its premiere at BAMcinemaFest.
Movie fans, filmmakers and other critics immediately lit up the web with complaints as well as rival lists. Here’s a roundup of the reactions.
Atul Malhotra’s film, released in British theaters in 2015, reveals the challenges some immigrants face when assimilating into the West.
Raunchy R-rated comedies are a staple of summer, but usually men are at their center. This season, female pals are sparking the mayhem.
With skepticism from Hollywood and no support from the rapper’s estate, the makers of “All Eyez on Me” are under pressure to produce a hit.