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In Praise of Jason Clarke, Hollywood’s Go-to Cuckold
The Australian actor has carved out a healthy sideline playing some of the most disappointing husbands in contemporary cinema.
’s Dee Rees Returns to Netflix for a Joan Didion Adaptation
And this time, her lead will be Anne Hathaway.
Cinematographers React to Rachel Morrison’s Historic Oscar Nomination
Morrison became the first woman nominated for Best Cinematography.
Why Are Academy Voters So Pissed Off About Netflix’s Oscars Prospects?
“We are the Motion Picture Academy. We’re not the Television Academy. What do we stand for?”
After a Very Big Year, Mary J. Blige Is Seeing Herself Anew
“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
Been Left Out of the Awards Conversation?
is a turning point in Netflix’s history with the Oscars, but being acquired by the network is a double-edged sword for the film itself.
Angelica Jade Bastién
Score WGA Nominations;
“What if this is the best version?”
The 10 Best ‘Call Your Mom’ Movies of 2017
and the winner is...
Tiffany Haddish Is Now a New York Film Critics Circle Award Winner
were among the honorees.
Dee Rees on Writing Racist Jokes and Directing Mary J. Blige
“If you’ve ever been at one of her concerts, it’s like a therapy session with 30,000 people.”
Is a Sprawling, Engrossing Southern Epic
It feels like a movie-length binge-watch, which makes its home on Netflix peculiarly appropriate.
What’s New on Netflix: November 2017
, and more.
12 Oscars-Race Takeaways From the Gotham Awards Nominations
Call Me by Your Name
are going strong, while
’s chances might be slightly overestimated.
Scores Most Gotham Awards Nominations
See the full list of nominees.
The Most-Anticipated Movies at the New York Film Festival
Including Linklater’s latest, Mary J. Blige’s breakout performance in an Oscar-worthy role, and Sean Baker’s dazzling follow-up to
Watch the Trailer for
, Dee Rees’s Southern Epic That Stunned Sundance
Premiering on Netflix November 17.
Dee Rees on Being a Black Director in Hollywood: ‘It’s Not a Meritocracy’
Netflix will release Rees’s
on November 17.
This Is the Year Netflix Tried to Swallow Sundance
What’s $12.5 million here or there?
Such a Sundance Hit?
Hillary Jordan’s 2009 novel takes on a whole new life.
Meet the 15 Breakout Stars of Sundance 2017
Including Emily Browning, Zoe Lister-Jones, and Jessica Williams.
Is a Lyrical, Low-Key Classic
It’s an earthy portrait of two families in the postwar South.