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In 2017’s Movies, Poison Mushrooms Were an Unlikely Symbol of Female Liberation
all put fatal fungi to good use.
The Best Movies of 2017 (So Far)
Every Colin Farrell Movie, Ranked
Killing of a Sacred Deer.
the film industry
Sofia Coppola Defends Not Having an African-American Character in
“I did not want to perpetuate an objectionable stereotype.”
Subtly Tackles Race Even When You Don’t See It
And why auteur theory has limited conversations about the film.
Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell Lip-Sync to
Nicole really embraces the hand movements.
Review: Sofia Coppola’s
Is a Remake With a New Perspective
Coppola’s Civil War drama has a probing and powerful “female gaze.”
Sofia Coppola Hasn’t Heard of the Bechdel Test, But
“I’ve never heard of that. What’s that?”
How Sofia Coppola Reclaimed
for Women (and Gay Men)
“I really made this movie for my gay men friends.”
Why Do Prestige-Horror Trailers Keep Lying to Us?
Deceptive trailers for movies like
It Comes at Night
show that studios don’t know how to market their new highbrow horror movies.
How Sofia Coppola’s Best Director Win at Cannes Is Historic and Disappointing
Best Director is considered a nonessential prize.
Which Misogynistic Cannes Films Were Jessica Chastain Putting on Blast?
The actress criticized this year’s lineup for its “disturbing” depictions of women.
The Bests and Worsts From This Year’s Cannes Film Festival
From Jake Gyllenhaal’s voice to a CGI Eva Green.
Making Sense of a Cannes That Struggled to Reflect the World Outside
What to take away from a down year for the festival.
Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning Made an 1860s ‘Girls Gone Wild’ Film
That crazy trio.
Which Cannes Movies Could Become Oscar Contenders?
Each year, a handful of Oscar contenders premieres at the Croisette. Which will be this year’s?
Which Nicole Kidman Is Right for You?
The actress is starring in four very different projects at Cannes this year.
Is Bloodless in All the Wrong Ways
On the whole,
is too polite to feel rewarding.
The 13 Most Anticipated Films (and One TV Show) at Cannes This Year
Including new films from Bong Joon-ho, Todd Haynes, and Sofia Coppola.
Fanning, Kidman, Dunst Join Coppola’s
It’s a remake of the 1971 Clint Eastwood film.