‘mother!” has left audiences befuddled. We got the filmmaker to tell us what the hell is going on.
IndieWire talked to Angelina Jolie about why choosing Netflix meant the only leeches she had to fight were real ones in Cambodia.
It was a great year for “The Shape of Water,” “mother!”, and “Molly’s Game.” For The Weinstein Co., not so much.
Over tea at a TIFF afterparty, “Dunkirk” director Christopher Nolan asked: “And how is ‘Darkest Hour’?”
The Academy is slow to embrace weirder movies, and it’s got two in Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy masterpiece and Darren Aronofsky’s allegorical shocker.
Gerwig’s directorial debut is a small movie that starts personal, becomes universal, and is the toast of the Toronto Film Festival.
As we head into the biggest festival of the year, here’s a look at where fall movie hype (and Oscar buzz) stands.
The Academy board of governors chose a diverse group including Belgian, a Canadian and an African-American to win Honorary Oscars.
The distributor that launched “Silence of the Lambs” and “Robocop” is back.
The cinematographer also tells IndieWire that he’s doubling down on diversity, and wants to bring foreign-language voting into the 21st century.