A female African-American pilot will don the famed suit.
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New films from Tom Ford, Derek Cianfrance, and many more join the festival’s 73rd year.
A tale of youth, piety, and rage in Ohio circa 1955.
A long string of political buzzwords and strawman arguments by modern film’s most shameless director.
Damien Chazelle’s follow-up to Whiplash dances into theaters on December 2nd.
The inaugural edition of The Numbers Game looks at the modern economics of a theatrical flop.
The story of Owen Suskind’s special connection to Disney proves the great power of film.
This cute animal movie might be disposable, but it’s pretty quick and funny.
A paean to radical hippie idealism that’s less revelatory than obnoxious.
The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.
The Marvel star is the first woman to crack the top 10 among highest box office earners in history.
As the biggest blockbuster of 1996 turns 20, it also offers an unintentional window into its era.