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The festival announced an anniversary screenings of the film, including a conversation with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
The Travel Desk would like to solicit your ideas of what an actual Wakanda trip would look like. We will feature 10 of the most innovative submissions in a future Travel issue.
A new show draws on the art and writings of Leonora Carrington and Alejandro Jodorowsky, and gives viewers a peek into an expansive world.
“Black Panther” was No. 1 for the fifth straight week, with “Tomb Raider” second. The Christian rock movie “I Can Only Imagine” was a surprise hit.
The latest installment in the series brings together the heroes from “Guardians of the Galaxy” and the previous “Avengers” castmates.
This comedy set in a particularly idyllic Atlanta suburb has a gay love story, a blackmailing weasel and surprising emotional resonance.
“Love, Simon” is the rare major studio movie revolving around a gay teenager, and hopes are high that it will pass the box office test.
Rian Johnson narrates a battle sequence from his film, which is now available on digital.
The South by Southwest film festival celebrated its 25th edition with laughs from “Blockers,” scares from “A Quiet Place” and the return of Tracy Morgan.
A stubborn thirtysomething sentenced to spend time in an autism support group after an arrest finds romance, in this film starring actors with autism.
The federal suit says that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the play, set this fall for Broadway, deviates too much from “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Michael Caine plays an ousted Caribbean general who lands in an American suburb. Katie Holmes also stars.
In this lucid documentary, the veteran filmmaker Raymond Depardon explores French law and the care of psychiatric patients.
This film about a financially strapped British threesome in Britain who torment a wealthy family has bags of style and even a few ideas.
A sommelier and a director travel through Georgia learning about an ancient winemaking process and meeting some real stars: the vintners.
The film, from the brothers Carlos and Jason Sanchez, has echoes of the axiom “hurt people hurt people.”
By day, she searches for her estranged father; by night, she experiments with anonymous encounters in this character study by Amber Sealey.
This documentary centers on Osamu Tomita, who is famous in Japan for his ramen, and watches him and others preparing the dish for dedicated customers.
A look at Afrofuturist films now available to stream, including the one that inspired Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s tour announcement image.
Miao Wang’s documentary explores an increasingly common cultural exchange between the United States and China.
This week, the actress reads Nina Riggs’s essay about how cancer can complicate the relationship between people and their possessions.
Eddie Marsan and Rosamund Pike are among the stars of this new drama about a 1976 terrorist attack and rescue.
Alfonso Cuarón’s 2006 tour de force — depicting a dystopian world seemingly with no future — has become a 21st-century classic.
Jackie Beat’s five-bedroom suburban showplace was decorated with inspiration from “Planet of the Apes,” “Carrie” and other pop-culture touchstones.
Amid the #MeToo movement, the franchise is trying to clear up long-running debates about Lara Croft. Now she’s still tough, but also a bit of a screw-up.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s opus, first shown as a series in 1972 and 1973, is funnier, more humane and more optimistic than anything else in his canon.
A Turkish-German film festival lost the backing of the Turkish Culture Ministry, in a move that reflects growing suspicion of foreign influence in the arts.