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The writer/director of 'Get Out' shares his advice for achieving success when directing your first film.

The writer/director of 'Get Out' shares his advice for achieving success when directing your first film.

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Olivier Assayas’s new film is both a supernatural thriller and an unnerving inquiry into the drift and mystery of modern life.

La La Land (2016)

Experts’ Oscar predictions: 10 wins for ‘La La Land’ listed in order - Goldderby

Oscars: Denmark Selects 'You Disappear' for Foreign-Language Category

Oscars: Denmark Selects 'You Disappear' for Foreign-Language Category — The Hollywood Reporter

Trine Dyrholm, Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Michael Nyqvist lead the cast of Peter Schonau Fog's Danish p.

'The Bookshop' Tops Spain's Goya Awards

'The Bookshop' Tops Spain's Goya Awards — The Hollywood Reporter

'The Bookshop' Tops Spain's Goya Awards

Jordan Peele Is Already Working on a Bigger, Pricier Follow-Up to Get Out

Jordan Peele Is Already Working on a Bigger, Pricier Follow-Up to Get Out (Vanity Fair)

The director just signed a spectacular deal with Universal to make several new films.

Ms. DuVernay makes a startling and powerful statement about the prison industrial complex and the history of black lives in post-Jim-Crow America.

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DuVernay makes a startling and powerful statement about the prison industrial complex and the history of black lives in post-Jim-Crow America.

‘Patriots Day’ Disconnect Between Bostonians and the Rest of Us - The New York Times

‘Patriots Day’ Disconnect Between Bostonians and the Rest of Us

Mark Wahlberg's latest collaboration with director Peter Berg deserves Oscar buzz.

Mr. McKay, who is known for his comedy films, turned Michael Lewis’s 2010 best seller into an unlikely comic stroll through financial malfeasance.

In ‘The Big Short,’ Adam McKay Uses Absurdity as His Guide

By MELENA RYZIK Mr. McKay, who is known for his comedy films, turned Michael Lewis’s 2010 best seller into an unlikely comic stroll through financial malfeasance. Published: January 2016 at from NYT Movies Article.

Jordan Peele, Half of 'Key & Peele,' Imagines Comedies Like Scary Movies

Jordan Peele, Half of 'Key & Peele,' Imagines Comedies Like Scary Movies

Comedy duo Key & Peele hit the big screen for a funny debut. Read on to see if our movie critic thinks it’s the cat’s meow or less than purr-fect.

A Monster Calls

The writer Patrick Ness and the director J. Bayona discuss “Monster” and the importance of not lying to children.

Jordan Peele on What 'Get Out' Teaches Hollywood  "Black voices will tell good stories just like anybody else" says the 'Key & Peele' star and helmer of the breakout horror hit who's being honored as CinemaCon's director of the year.  read more

Jordan Peele on What 'Get Out' Teaches Hollywood "Black voices will tell good stories just like anybody else" says the 'Key & Peele' star and helmer of the breakout horror hit who's being honored as CinemaCon's director of the year.

Silent films were very popular back in the day.  Film makers are now experimenting with silence in films again.  This change in the movie industry is creating new and different kinds of movies to make sure there is no boredom in the viewers. Carly Henning 9-24

Silence is golden? In the age of noise, filmmakers are suddenly embracing the quiet

The Shape of Water Photos: A look at the Guillermo del Toro film Fox Searchlight Pictures has released new photos for The Shape of Water.

The film, directed by Roschdy Zem, stars Omar Sy in the title role as a former slave turned clown, and James Thierrée as the other half of a clown duo in Paris.

‘Chocolat,’ a Biopic in France, Stirs a Discussion About Race

‘Chocolat,’ a Biopic in France, Stirs a Discussion About Race - The New York Times

Fates in Filmmaking: Who Were the Wallflowers at the ‘La La Land’ Dance? - The New York Times

Fates in Filmmaking: Who Were the Wallflowers at the ‘La La Land’ Dance?

The twists and turns that can affect a movie’s destiny were present in the early genesis of Damien Chazelle’s musical. Just ask Emma Watson and Miles Teller.

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