A deeper dive into the filmography of one of modern cinema’s most eclectic directors.
You know, the sequel we won’t see for another two years.
Written and directed by Francis Lee of Sundance stunner God’s Own Country.
I, Tonya suggests a much-needed revaluation for women previously smeared by the press.
“I held my hand up, I let him go,” Winslet says of the iconic scene.
Actress and director to work together for the first time since Titanic.
Set in a 1950’s Coney Island amusement park, the film also stars Juno Temple and Jim Belushi.
Some of the best films of the year could still be on the way.
From blockbusters to minor classics, 1997 left us feeling like kings and queens of the world.
Director chimes back in on the 20-year-old debate.
This ill-conceived melodrama buries its gifted cast under a series of poor storytelling choices.
The 2004 Oscar winner is just the latest film to get the series treatment.