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Born to a Jewish family in Egypt, Mr. Mizrahi was the first Israeli filmmaker to win an Academy Award and is still the only one.
A well-regarded singing career brought her some fame, but probably not as much as her small part as Vito Corleone’s wife.
Prominent Asian-Americans have been renting out theaters for screenings of the film, hoping to spread demand for more movies with Asian leads.
The service has become an integral part of the private and social lives of many — one user saw 19 movies in 19 days. But limits on usage will change that.
With a new trailer out now, the movie is a follow-up of sorts to the Mel Gibson smash “What Women Want.”
Alison McAlpine’s experimental feature tries to film an essentially unfilmable subject: the night sky above the Atacama Desert in Chile.
Families, most with small children, gathered at Film Forum for a special screening of the 1968 movie that let them share their love of the group.
We rounded up some of the best reviews, reports, essays and interviews about Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman.”
The shark movie was expected to take in $20 million. Instead, “The Meg” collected $44.5 million. Among highbrow films, “BlacKkKlansman” posted solid results.
The director stepped away from “Eve,” a movie being co-produced by a company founded by Ms. Chastain, a vocal supporter of the Time’s Up movement.
Teenagers turned out in droves for free all-ages screenings of Bo Burnham’s drama about being 13. The movie reminded them of their own middle-school hell.
Ms. Moretz talks about “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” her new film about gay conversion therapy, and why her Louis C.K. movie should never be released.
With much riding on the first major Hollywood film with a majority Asian cast and crew since 1993, the makers faced questions about identity.
The director Jon Turteltaub narrates a sequence on the water with Statham going up against one very big shark.