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Sep 24, 2018

Asia Argento's Accuser Went on Italian TV. He Was Met With Skepticism.
Jimmy Bennett, who says the actress sexually assaulted him, was told by a TV host, "a man has to take an active role, even if he is subjected to it."

New York Times Movies
Sep 23, 2018

‘The House With a Clock in Its Walls' Is No. 1 as ‘Life Itself' Fizzles
Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment ruled the box office this weekend as "Clock" beat expectations. But Amazon Studios suffered its fourth straight flop.

New York Times Movies
Sep 21, 2018

France Offers Its Film Industry Incentives to Hire Women
Movie productions with anywhere from four to eight women in key positions will be eligible for higher government subsidies.

New York Times Movies
Sep 21, 2018

A Word With: Jane Fonda Isn't Letting the Curtain Come Down Any Time Soon
Ms. Fonda speaks about her new documentary, "Jane Fonda in Five Acts," and about what lies ahead.

New York Times Movies
Sep 21, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: How to Create a Terrifying Home Invasion in ‘Assassination Nation'
The writer and director Sam Levinson discusses a chilling sequence from his film, shot outside of a home in a continuous take.

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Sep 21, 2018

‘Assassination Nation' | Anatomy of a Scene
Sam Levinson narrates a sequence from his film.

New York Times Movies
Sep 21, 2018

Judy Greer, Hollywood's Favorite Co-Star, Turns Filmmaker
Beloved in the industry after more than 125 roles in TV and movies, the actress directed her first film, "just to see if I could do it."

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Perry Miller Adato, 97, Acclaimed Documentarian, Is Dead
At a time when relatively few women were filmmakers, Ms. Adato won awards for films about Dylan Thomas, Georgia O'Keeffe and others.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Perry Miller Adato, a Filmmaker Focused on Artists, Dies at 97
At a time when relatively few women were documentarians, Ms. Adato won awards for films about Dylan Thomas, Georgia O'Keeffe, Picasso and others.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

3 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Perry Miller Adato, Acclaimed Documentarian, Is Dead at 97
At a time when relatively few women were filmmakers, Ms. Adato won awards for films about Dylan Thomas, Georgia O'Keeffe and others.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Life as a Runway: What 9 Movie Insiders Wore to the Toronto Film Festival
Kit Harington ditched his tie. Thandie Newton showed off her tattoo. And Xavier Dolan, whose latest film had its premiere, put on a fancy suit.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘Colette' and One Woman's Lust for Life
Keira Knightley stars in the attractive biographical movie "Colette," which takes a light, enjoyably fizzy approach to its subject.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Review: Blood Is Never Simple in ‘The Sisters Brothers'
This period western features an excellent cast in a story about brotherhood, a violent past and the elusive future.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘Quincy' Captures a Lifelong Love Affair With Music
A documentary reveals its octogenarian subject as still busy and productive, and not a little haunted by memories of friends now gone.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Cary Joji Fukunaga to Direct 25th James Bond Movie
The director who has worked on "True Detective" and "Maniac" is taking over, after Danny Boyle left the project citing creative differences.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: In ‘The Last Suit,' a Holocaust Survivor Returns Home
Instead of moving into a retirement home in Argentina, an elderly man takes a trip to Poland.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: In ‘The Song of Sway Lake,' Family Resentments Play Out
Rory Culkin portrays a young man who goes in search of an old record and discovers more than he expects about his family.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘Goyo: The Boy General' Examines a Philippine Hero
The biofilm, based on the experiences of Gregorio del Pilar, sets the stage with sweeping music and proud speeches before the big battle.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: In ‘Tea With the Dames,' Four Legends Dish on Acting and Love
This documentary with a simple premise — Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith in conversation — delivers insight and gossip.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Review: In ‘Fahrenheit 11/9,' Michael Moore Targets Trump, and Us
In his new documentary examining the rise of President Trump, the director points fingers at everyone, including himself.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: In ‘Love, Gilda,' a Portrait of a Brief and Brilliant Career
Adding to the booming genre of comedian documentaries, this film is an affectionate portrait of one of the first major stars of "Saturday Night Live."

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘The House With a Clock in Its Walls' Is Demented Fun (for Kids)
The director Eli Roth, previously known for gory exploitation throwbacks, now makes a nostalgic fun house movie geared toward a younger crowd.

New York Times Movies
Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘Assassination Nation' Bluntly Calls Out All-American Misogyny
Sam Levinson's bloody social satire offers up a grab bag of trigger warnings and hashtags.

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Sep 20, 2018

Review: ‘Call Her Ganda' Explores the Murder of a Transgender Woman
The documentary looks at the sadness and outrage caused by the 2014 killing of Jennifer Laude by American Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton in the Philippines.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2018

Ryan Coogler and LeBron James Bringing Back ‘Space Jam'
An oft-rumored sequel to "Space Jam," with LeBron James, is officially in the works. Ryan Coogler will be a producer and Terence Nance will direct.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2018

Review: It's Called ‘Life Itself,' and Yet Everyone's Dead
Oscar Isaac and Olivia Wilde lead a talented cast on a journey into maudlin ridiculousness.

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Sep 19, 2018

The Carpetbagger: In ‘Colette,' Keira Knightley Trades Her Corsets for a Daring Suit
In this new period drama, the clothes have their own character arc. "The costumes really reflect what's happening inside Colette," says the director.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2018

The First Time: Paul Scheer: The First Time I Got In a Bar Fight
We wanted to be the cool parents who bring their kids to bars and on vacations. So we did!

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2018

Annette Michelson, Film Studies Pioneer and Journal Founder, Dies at 95
Through the influential arts journal October and her own writings, Ms. Michelson helped turn cinema into an academic discipline.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2018

Annette Michelson, Film Studies Pioneer and Journal Founder, Is Dead at 95
Through the influential arts journal October and her own writings, Ms. Michelson helped turn cinema into an academic discipline.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2018

Annette Michelson, Influential Film Writer, Is Dead at 95
She was a founder of the arts journal October and helped turn cinema studies into its own discipline.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2018

U.K. Police Investigate New Allegation Against Harvey Weinstein
The case brings to 11 the number of women in Britain who have accused the American movie producer of sexual misconduct.

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Sep 18, 2018

New Trailer: ‘Captain Marvel,' With Brie Larson
You can't spell "hero" without "her." That's the lesson to be gleaned from this empowering preview.

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Sep 18, 2018

Review: ‘Garry Winogrand' Pictures an Artist and His World
The film, subtitled "All Things Are Photographable," gives the master of street photography the "American Masters" treatment.

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Sep 18, 2018

Nonfiction: Clarity and Grace Shine Through the Darkness in Sally Field's Memoir, ‘In Pieces'
Though the traumatic events of Field's childhood permeate almost every page, they do not define her.

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Sep 17, 2018

Review: Cults, Demons and Nicolas Cage in ‘Mandy'
Mr. Cage uses his outsize performing chops to excellent effect in this idiosyncratic revenge fantasy.

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Sep 17, 2018

New Trailer: ‘Mary Poppins Returns,' With Emily Blunt
Ms. Blunt plays the titular nanny, who brings more than just a spoonful of nostalgia with her.

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Sep 16, 2018

‘The Predator' Tops Box Office Despite Last-Minute Controversy
"The Predator" unseated "The Nun," a surprise hit last weekend, after drawing negative attention over an actor's status as a registered sex offender.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

Critic's Notebook: At Toronto, Women Who Are Shockingly, Thrillingly Human
Nicole Kidman in "Destroyer," Natalie Portman in "Vox Lux" and other star turns are at the heart of a film festival filled with female-centric stories.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

A Bloody Rivalry for the Throne, This Time With Margot Robbie
"Mary Queen of Scots," featuring Ms. Robbie as Queen Elizabeth I, is one of many movies to explore a notorious battle for power. Here's a guide.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

The Carpetbagger: Sure, It's Only September, but the Oscar Race Is in Full Swing
"Black Panther" and "A Star Is Born" are likely to make the final cut for best picture, while the best actress race is extra-crowded this year.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: Trespassing for Laughs in ‘The Land of Steady Habits'
The director Nicole Holofcener discusses a scene in which the lead character (Ben Mendelsohn) breaks into his former home.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

‘The Land of Steady Habits' | Anatomy of a Scene
Nicole Holofcener narrates a sequence from her film featuring Ben Mendelsohn.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

She's Calling the Shots as Director and Cinematographer
Reed Morano is taking on the apocalypse in her new film "I Think We're Alone Now." It's lighter fare than her last project, about grieving parents.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

the new season: Movie Stars Have Heroines, Too
We asked actresses, directors and writers with this fall's films to tell us about the forerunners they admire. Tilda Swinton, Rashida Jones, Michelle Rodriguez and others explain in their own words.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2018

The Women Screenwriters Behind Classic Movies
While they are less talked about, Leigh Bracket, Anita Loos and Frances Marion wrote dialogue for some of Hollywood's most cherished films.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Andre Blay, Who Put Movies on Videotape, Is Dead at 81
Overcoming the studios' initial reluctance, Mr. Blay in effect redefined the term "home movie" with a product that made him a multimillionaire.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: ‘There Will Be Blood,' With a Haunting Live Soundtrack
The New York Philharmonic, in its first Art of the Score concert this season, reveled in every belching, mysterious moment of Jonny Greenwood's score.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘Museo,' Two Slackers Pull Off a Daring Heist
Alonso Ruizpalacios's new film reconstructs a notorious Mexican art theft, with Gael García Bernal as its disaffected mastermind.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

From Barb to ‘Sierra Burgess,' a Young Actress Finds Her Place
Shannon Purser became a fan favorite after her ‘Stranger Things' character died. But that untimely exit was the start of a surprising career trajectory.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: Smother Mother Meets Femme Fatale in ‘A Simple Favor'
In his latest, Paul Feig directs Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively in a light-and-dark comedy about two mothers, murderous secrets and complicating lies.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘The Land of Steady Habits,' Suburban Malaise, With a Twist
In Nicole Holofcener's movie, Ben Mendelsohn plays a sad Connecticut dad who blows up his life in the pursuit of something he can't quite name.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: Johnny Rotten Mellows (a Bit) With Age
"The Public Image Is Rotten," a documentary, looks at the post-Sex Pistols career of John Lydon, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: Transfusion and Transference in ‘The Children Act'
A need for medical treatment conflicts with a family's religious beliefs.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: ‘Where Hands Touch,' Set in Nazi Germany, Is a Disturbing Misfire
Amma Asante's film tells the story of a young German woman of color who falls in love with an ardent member of Hitler Youth.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: ‘I Think We're Alone Now' Finds Peter Dinklage at the End of His World
The movie stars Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning as a pair of survivors in a post-apocalyptic America.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: A Multiplicity of Moments in Under 80 Minutes in ‘Hale County'
The director RaMell Ross has created a movie that is both a narrative of real lives and an inquiry.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: A Prisoner's Smuggled Plea Sets ‘Letter From Masanjia' in Motion
The documentary tells the tale of a Chinese prisoner whose letter pleading for help was found by an Oregon woman.

New York Times Movies
Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘The Predator,' Hunting Season Arrives With a Smirk
Parody and fan service take precedence in this new entry in the franchise, starring Boyd Holbrook and Olivia Munn. Shane Black directed.

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Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘Science Fair,' High School Students Are World-Class Scholars
Teenagers compete to see who will make the largest contribution to humanity.

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Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘Bel Canto,' Music Is the Food of Love and Rebellion
Julianne Moore plays an opera singer trapped in a South American mansion in this disappointingly passionless film.

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Sep 13, 2018

Review: In ‘Don't Leave Home,' Irish Folklore Meets Catholic Guilt
Michael Tully's woozy horror movie sends an American artist into a nightmarish Irish legend.

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Sep 13, 2018

Review: ‘American Chaos' Looks at the Election. You Know the End.
As James D. Stern began to get a sense of a Trump victory, he set out to interview supporters for this documentary, most of which takes place before the election.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2018

Fall Movies 2018: Dive Into an Ocean's Worth of Offerings
Aquaman and Mary Poppins, Barry Jenkins and Damien Chazelle, Viola Davis and Bradley Cooper — they're among many reasons to head to theaters.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2018

the new season: Broadway's Biggest Debut: King Kong
You've never seen a puppet like this before.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2018

‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' Trailer: Still Not a Series
The new western from the Coen brothers was announced as an anthology show for Netflix; now it's an anthology film

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2018

Rewind: When Mick Met Jean-Luc
Two cultural icons, Jean-Luc Godard and Mick Jagger, come together in "Sympathy for the Devil," which had an eventful London premiere.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Review: ‘Reversing Roe' Shows How Abortion Became Political
How did abortion become a defining question and a plank in political platforms? This documentary digs into the history of the 1973 decision.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

The Carpetbagger: KiKi Layne, ‘Beale Street's' Breakout Star, Has a 4 a.m. Moment
The night before her film debut, the actress sat on her bed in a Valentino gown and asked herself, "Girl, what is your life right now?"

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Viola Davis on What ‘The Help' Got Wrong and How She Proves Herself
"It wasn't the voices of the maids that were heard," she said. She was at the Toronto International Film Festival with "Widows" and answering our reader questions.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Viola Davis on Proving Herself and Having Regrets About ‘The Help'
"It wasn't the voices of the maids that were heard," she said. She was at the Toronto International Film Festival with "Widows" and answering our reader questions.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Review: Drugs, Guns and Poses in ‘White Boy Rick'
Squint and you see the complex stories that attracted the filmmakers to the life of Richard Wershe Jr., a Detroit dealer arrested at 17 in 1987.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Review: In ‘Lizzie,' an Oppressed Daughter Driven to Murder
Chloë Sevigny plays the famous mom-and-pop slayer as a woman desperate for liberation in 19th-century Massachusetts.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Scene Stealers: Beyond ‘Crazy Rich Asians': Angie Wang Makes a Movie
Defying the model-minority stereotype, she was inspired by her history dealing Ecstasy.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Review: Jean-Pierre Melville's ‘When You Read This Letter' Is a Vexing Noir
Juliette Gréco, who went on to become a beloved French singer, appears in this 1953 film, which has been restored and rereleased.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

The Education of Amandla Stenberg
This 19-year-old actress and star of "The Hate U Give" has become synonymous with a volatile strain of youthful, social-media-fueled, hyper-progressive celebrity.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

Profile: Sally Field Talks About Her Life ‘In Pieces'
In a new memoir, the actress reveals a personal history, darkened by abuse and illuminated by grace, that she has never shared before.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2018

the new season: Broadway's Biggest Debut
You've never seen a puppet like "King Kong" before.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2018

Rami Malek, Catching Mercury
Before throwing himself into playing Freddie Mercury in the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody," Mr. Malek had to work through conflicts of his own.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2018

Han Solo's Jacket and Indiana Jones's Fedora in Movie Prop Auction
Memorabilia from fan favorites including "Star Wars", "Indiana Jones" and "Back to the Future II" will go up for sale Sept. 20 in London.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2018

‘The Nun' Streaks Past Expectations to Collect Nearly $54 Million
It was the highest opening in the five-film "Conjuring" series, even after adjusting for inflation. Warner Bros. movies have now been No. 1 for five weeks running.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2018

In 1993, ‘Joy Luck Club' Changed Hollywood. Until It Didn't.
The all-Asian cast looks back at the barriers the film broke, the roadblocks that remained and whether "Crazy Rich Asians" signals a new era.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2018

Alfonso Cuarón Named Best Director in Venice for ‘ROMA'
The films of the 75th edition of the festival drew heavily upon history, much of it grim, and featured a glut of celebrated auteurs.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2018

Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Film in Venice for ‘ROMA'
The films of the 75th edition of the festival drew heavily upon history, much of it grim, and featured a glut of celebrated auteurs.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

Chloë Sevigny Wants More. Lizzie Borden Is Helping With That.
Ms. Sevigny takes a career turn with "Lizzie," producing and starring in an arty horror movie about Lizzie Borden and the infamous ax murders.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

A Word With: Keegan-Michael Key Puts Comedy Aside and Shoots for His Dreams
Mr. Key talks about transforming into an action figure for Shane Black's "The Predator," life beyond "Key & Peele" and why he doesn't miss what he had.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

Streaming: Netflix Roulette, Where the Movies Never End
Is "binge-watching" actually a good idea? One viewer finds out after he willingly subjects himself to Netflix's algorithms.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

Opera in Film Takes On a New Note in ‘Bel Canto' (It's Not Evil)
"Bel Canto," starring Julianne Moore, is the rare movie not to use opera ironically, or to signal depravity, or as mushy mood music.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: How ‘The Nun' Buries You Alive
The director Corin Hardy narrates a scene that brings one of many people's worst fears to reality.

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Sep 07, 2018

‘The Nun' | Anatomy of a Scene
Corin Hardy narrates a sequence from his horror film.

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Sep 07, 2018

The Week in Arts: Childish Gambino, Eddie Izzard, Gael García Bernal
See Donald Glover as his musical alter ego before he makes good on his promise of retiring it; and watch Eddie Izzard as he workshops new material.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2018

A Birthday Tribute to the Other Ingmar Bergman
A theater festival presented works he directed, stage adaptations of his films, and creations he influenced. Even a "Seventh Seal" for kids.

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Sep 07, 2018

Fiction: In Yasmina Reza's Novel, a Dinner Party Descends Into Chaos — and Then Tragedy
In "Babylon," the prizewinning French playwright and author explores the dark undercurrents of domesticity and marriage.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

Burt Reynolds Changed the Gaze
The nude heard around the world.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

Screen Actors Guild Lets Morgan Freeman Keep Achievement Award
The union said Thursday that it had investigated accusations that Mr. Freeman had behaved inappropriately toward several women, and that it would not rescind his honor.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

An Appraisal: Burt Reynolds: A Star With the Pedal to the Metal
A.O. Scott considers the career of an actor who possessed a broad range and captured the petroleum-fueled essence of an era when the working man reigned.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

Screen Actors Guild Lets Morgan Freeman Keep His Lifetime Achievement Award
The union said Thursday that it had investigated accusations that Mr. Freeman had behaved inappropriately toward several women, and that it would not rescind his honor.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

‘Crazy Rich Asians' Has Soared, but It May Not Fly in China
Chinese officials haven't given their blessing to showing the popular movie in China, and it may not resonate there anyway because of cultural differences.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2018

‘Crazy Rich Asians' Has Soared So Far, but It May Not Fly in China
Chinese officials haven't given their blessing to showing the popular movie in China, and it may not resonate there anyway because of cultural differences.

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