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Jan 16, 2019

Jo Andres, Innovative Choreographer and Filmmaker, Dies at 64
In her dances and short films, she created dreamlike, surreal tapestries. "I describe my aesthetic style as ‘perceptual mischief,' " she once said.

New York Times Movies
Jan 16, 2019

‘Fyre' and ‘Fyre Fraud' Reviews: Behind the Scenes of a Music Festival Fiasco
Two documentaries try to unpack a spectacular scheme by Billy McFarland, now in prison, who used social media to sell a music festival in the Bahamas.

New York Times Movies
Jan 16, 2019

The Carpetbagger: What Do the Oscars Gain by Losing a Host?
With Kevin Hart gone and a plan to proceed with no comic in charge, the show theoretically should be shorter. But the host's importance is both overrated and underrated.

New York Times Movies
Jan 16, 2019

Rewind: ‘Shiraz,' a Silent Spectacle of India, Returns
This alt version of the back story of the Taj Mahal features real footage of Rajasthan that is more luxuriant than anything Hollywood could have created in 1929.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘The Last Laugh' Review: A Mawkish Attempt at an Old Kind of Schtick
Though seemingly an effort to showcase the talents of Chevy Chase, this moribund project's single saving grace is his co-star Richard Dreyfuss.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

M. Night Shyamalan's Biggest Twist? Coming Full Circle
The director said his new film, "Glass," was the toughest he has ever made. Yet the man once called "the Next Spielberg" says he is back where he wants to be.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘The Heiresses' Review: A Surprising Drama of Status and Sexuality
Marcelo Martinessi's debut feature from Paraguay will probably defy your initial expectations about the story.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

Russian Comedy Plays on YouTube, Not in Movie Theaters, to Avoid Censors
Aleksey Krasovskiy faced an uproar for a film about a tragic event in Russian history. So he paid for it himself and didn't bother asking for permission to show it.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

‘What Is Democracy?' Review: Going Back to Greece, Documentary Asks Who Rules
Like democracy itself, this film assumes such a broad mandate and has such noble intentions that indicating its shortcomings seems almost beside the point.

New York Times Movies
Jan 15, 2019

Feature: How Tarell Alvin McCraney Moved from ‘Moonlight' to Broadway — and Beyond
His musical ‘Choir Boy' just opened. His next film will air on Netflix. What ties his work together? Plumbing the depths of black beauty and grief.

New York Times Movies
Jan 14, 2019

Executive Shuffle at NBC Hints at C.E.O. Succession
Stephen B. Burke, the chief executive of NBCUniversal, put Jeff Shell in charge of the company's Hollywood operations, while Mark Lazarus will oversee its TV assets.

New York Times Movies
Jan 14, 2019

The Carpetbagger: The Critics' Choice Is ‘Roma.' Will It Be Oscar's?
After Alfonso Cuarón's movie cleaned up at the Critics' Choice Awards, what stands in the way of a best picture win?

New York Times Movies
Jan 13, 2019

Wait —: Wait — Who Runs the Hollywood Foreign Press Association?
The authority is less authoritative than you might think.

New York Times Movies
Jan 13, 2019

‘The Upside' Takes Kevin Hart to No. 1 Amid Oscar Controversy
"The Upside," starring Hart and Bryan Cranston, exceeded box-office expectations in the same week that Hart definitively ruled out hosting the Oscars.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

Verna Bloom, 80, Amorous Dean's Wife in ‘Animal House,' Dies
She was best known for wildly different roles, in a frat house comedy and in the 1960s drama "Medium Cool." She was also in films by Clint Eastwood and Martin Scorsese.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

Mamá to Madre? ‘Roma' Subtitles in Spain Anger Alfonso Cuarón
Netflix has dropped Spanish subtitles from "Roma" after the director Alfonso Cuarón called them "parochial, ignorant and offensive to Spaniards themselves."

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Russell Hornsby on ‘The Hate U Give' and Complex Black Masculinity
The actor, considered a potential Oscar contender for his performance as a flawed but loving father, says, "We don't see enough of those men and they do exist."

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

‘Bumblebee' Through the Eyes of an Animator
The film's director, Travis Knight, used his background in animation to help shine a new light on a Transformers robot.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

‘Green Book' Writer Apologizes for Anti-Muslim Twitter Post From 2015
Vallelonga apologized for agreeing with Donald J. Trump's false claim that thousands of Muslims danced on rooftops in Jersey City after September 11.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

Encounters: Danielle Macdonald of ‘Bird Box' Tries Her Hand at Graffiti
The Australian actress also stars in "Dumplin'" alongside Jennifer Aniston.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Oscars Rewind: The Most Political Ceremony in Academy History
In 1978 Vanessa Redgrave castigated "Zionist hoodlums" in her acceptance speech, Paddy Chayefsky castigated her, and protesters and counterprotesters took to the streets.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

‘Captain Marvel,' ‘Little' and the Week's Most Interesting Trailers
"Velvet Buzzsaw," "Polar" and "Hotel Mumbai" round out a wide-ranging crop of teasers in a usually quiet month for movies.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Felicity Jones as a Young Ruth Bader Ginsburg in ‘On the Basis of Sex'
The director Mimi Leder narrates a scene from her film featuring Felicity Jones.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

‘On the Basis of Sex' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Mimi Leder narrates a sequence from her film.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

Mungau Dain, Villager Star in Pacific Island Film, Dies at 24
Mr. Dain starred in the Oscar-nominated "Tanna," which portrayed his village in the remote island nation of Vanuatu. An infection led to his death.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

A Word With: Matthew Goode Knows How to Charm. Just Ask Lady Mary and Princess Margaret.
Goode talks about playing a vampire in "A Discovery of Witches." He also discusses the "Downton Abbey" movie and bidding farewell to "The Crown."

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

‘Harry Potter' at Night: Historical Society Extends Exhibition Hours
During the final week of a blockbuster exhibition, the museum will offer visitors a late-night Potter fix.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

The Saturday Profile: A Movie Star With a ‘Weird Relationship With Confidence'
The Australian actor and director Joel Edgerton has carved his own path through Hollywood, with the help of a band of filmmaking brothers.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

This Week in Arts: a Menagerie, Fresh-Picked Plays and Cuban Dance
Animals from the American Folk Art Museum share a habitat with paintings from Fountain House Gallery that embrace a similar theme.

New York Times Movies
Jan 11, 2019

A Tale of Two Studios Worthy of a Dramatic Anime Tale
When Hayao Miyazaki retired and it seemed that Studio Ghibli would be out of commission, the upstart Studio Ponoc went to work. Then the master unretired.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

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

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘And Breathe Normally' Review: A Drama That Humanizes the Border
Through the stories of two very different women, Isold Uggadottir's new film prompts viewers to reconsider their own notions of safety and belonging.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Wait —: Wait — Who Determines the Fate of My Favorite Celebrities?
The authority is less authoritative than you might think.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Will the Oscars Have a Host? Here's What We Know
The academy isn't saying but it looks like the answer is no and that stars from the "Avengers" franchise will be enlisted to appear on the telecast.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Will the Oscars Have a Host? What We Know About the Situation.
The academy isn't saying but it looks like the answer is no and that stars from the "Avengers" franchise will be enlisted to appear on the telecast.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Mungau Dain, Pacific Island Film Star, Dies at 24
Mr. Dain starred in the Oscar-nominated "Tanna," which portrayed his village in the remote island nation of Vanuatu.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Rosenda Monteros, Actress in ‘The Magnificent Seven,' Dies
Ms. Monteros, one of the few women in John Sturges's testosterone-fueled 1960 western, had a long career in Mexican film, theater and television.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Mungau Dain, Unlikely Pacific Island Film Star, Dies at 24
Mr. Dain starred in the Oscar-nominated "Tanna," which portrayed his village in the remote island nation of Vanuatu.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

‘A Dog's Way Home' Review: A Trek to Pull the Heartstrings
In this film, based on a novel by W. Bruce Cameron, a dog named Bella (with the voice of Bryce Dallas Howard) must make an arduous journey.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

‘Perfect Strangers' Review: A Dare Makes an Intimate Party Too Intimate
This film from Mexico, directed by Manolo Caro, about a queasy party game, becomes statement about our dependence on mobile devices.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

‘Pledge' Review: Don't Haze Me Because I'm Different
Three nerdy college freshmen rush a creepy, off-campus fraternity in Daniel Robbins's tight, twisty torture movie.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

‘Ashes in the Snow' Review: A Labor in Siberia
Bel Powley plays a promising artist swept up in the tide of history.

New York Times Movies
Jan 10, 2019

Female Composers Are Trying to Break Film's Sound Barrier
They're rarely hired to score movies, even female superhero films like "Wonder Women 1984." The academy and women in the field are trying to change that.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

John Lasseter, Ousted From Pixar in #MeToo Wave, Finds New Hollywood Home
Mr. Lasseter, who resigned from Disney in June after complaints about unwanted touching, will build Skydance Animation. One women's advocacy group, Time's Up, blasted the move.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

‘The Upside' Review: A Billionaire and His Buddy Find Reasons to be Cheerful
A warm vibe between Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston sweetens the stereotypes in this remake of the French odd-couple comedy "The Intouchables."

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Wakanda for Oscar?
Director Ryan Coogler and his female department heads helped bring "Black Panther" to life. Will they get the credit they're due?

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

John Lasseter, Ousted Pixar Co-Founder, Will Join Skydance Media
Mr. Lasseter, who was forced to resign from Disney in June after complaints about unwanted workplace touching, will head Skydance Animation, which is affiliated with Paramount Pictures.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

‘Touch Me Not' Review: Our Bodies Examined
Adina Pintilie's debut feature, winner of the Golden Bear in Berlin last year, lays bare the philosophical complications of carnality.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

Asian-Australian Actors, Overlooked at Home, Flourish in Hollywood
Chris Pang, Jordan Rodrigues and Natasha Liu Bordizzo are a few of the actors seizing opportunities in Hollywood after "Crazy Rich Asians" became a hit.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

‘The Aspern Papers' Review: A Dead Poet's Society, Once Removed
Vanessa Redgrave is a reason to see this otherwise woeful version of the Henry James novella.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Wow National Board of Review Gala
The "Star Is Born" team were a highlight at the annual New York awards ceremony, though politics and diversity were also center stage.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

Kevin Hart Rules Out Hosting the Oscars
On "Good Morning America," Kevin Hart deflected questions about his comments about homosexuality, and Variety reported that the Oscars will go on with no host.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

Kevin Hart Rules Out Hosting the Oscars in Tense TV Interview
On "Good Morning America," Kevin Hart deflected questions about past comments about homosexuality and said he would definitely not host the Oscars.

New York Times Movies
Jan 09, 2019

‘The Favourite' Dominates Bafta Nominations
The acclaimed film about palace scheming in Queen Anne's court received 12 nominations for the British equivalent of the Academy Awards.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

The Shed, a Rare New Arts Center on the Hudson, Is Set to Open
For its first season, beginning in April, the Shed has commissioned more than a dozen exhibitions, performances and lectures across disciplines.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Lionheart' Review: Netflix Goes to Nollywood
For many Americans, this film will be an introduction to the actress and director Genevieve Nnaji, one of the Nigerian movie industry's biggest stars.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

The Carpetbagger: D.G.A. Nominations Bolster ‘Green Book,' ‘Roma,' ‘A Star Is Born'
But could directors like Ryan Coogler still find favor with Oscar? The academy doesn't always go with the Directors Guild Awards.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

‘Bird Box' Is Full of Plot Holes. We Tried (and Sometimes Failed) to Plug Them.
For a certain type of fan, half the fun of watching a movie is pointing out the logical inconsistencies. "Bird Box" gave us plenty.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

Jordan Peele's ‘Us' Will Open South by Southwest 2019
The director's follow-up to his horror hit "Get Out" will premiere at the festival in Austin on March 8.

New York Times Movies
Jan 08, 2019

Skin Deep: Laura Harrier's Awards Season Beauty Secrets
Here's how the "BlacKkKlansman" star survives the back-to-back red carpets.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Rosenda Monteros, 83, Actress in "The Magnificent Seven," Dies
Ms. Monteros was one of the few women in John Sturges's testosterone-fueled 1960 western. She had a long career in Mexican film, theater and television.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Rosenda Monteros, 83, Actress in ‘The Magnificent Seven,' Dies
Ms. Monteros was one of the few women in John Sturges's testosterone-fueled 1960 western. She had a long career in Mexican film, theater and television.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Why the Golden Globes' Surprise Wins Aren't So Surprising
How did "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Green Book" prevail while big hits like "A Star Is Born" and "Black Panther" stumbled?

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

No Regrets: Where Was Lady Gaga at the Golden Globes Parties?
Timothée Chalamet went to the Amazon party. Taylor Swift was at InStyle. And Jon Voight was in the hallway.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Scene City: Inside the 2019 Golden Globes After-Parties
Rachel Brosnahan, Regina King, Timothée Chalamet and Jeff Bezos partied after the awards ceremony.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes
It was a big night for Sandra Oh and "Bohemian Rhapsody." "A Star Is Born" had it rougher. From heartfelt hosts to snoozy speeches, here's how we saw the show.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody' and ‘Green Book' Share Spotlight at the Golden Globes
Rami Malek and Glenn Close took best drama acting awards. Alfonso Cuarón won best director for "Roma."

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Golden Globes 2019: How to Watch ‘Roma,' ‘The Americans' and Other Big Winners and Nominees
Many of the big-name titles are already streaming. Here's a look at where find them and what The Times first had to say about them.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Golden Globes 2019: A Diverse Slate of Winners
Several nominees of color won in major categories at the Golden Globes, including Regina King and Sandra Oh.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody' and ‘Green Book' Share Spotlight
Rami Malek and Glenn Close took best drama acting awards. Alfonso Cuarón won best director for "Roma."

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Diversity Celebrated at the Golden Globes
The show's co-host Sandra Oh set the tone of the night early with an emotional speech about diversity in Hollywood. The actress Regina King vowed to hire more women in her productions. And Alfonso Cuarón won best director for his film "Roma," based on his childhood in Mexico.

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Glenn Close Upsets Lady Gaga, Takes Best Actress at the Golden Globes
Even the winner seemed to be caught off guard when she, and not Lady Gaga, won for a movie drama, "The Wife."

New York Times Movies
Jan 07, 2019

Glenn Close Upsets Lady Gaga, Taking Best Actress at the Golden Globes
Even the winner seemed to be caught off guard when she, and not Lady Gaga, won for a movie drama, "The Wife."

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm
A broadcast often known for boozy troublemaking seemed mainly to want to stay out of trouble this year.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody' Wins Best Drama
Glenn Close won best actress in a drama for "The Wife." Lady Gaga had been favored for her work in "A Star Is Born."

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Sandra Oh Hosts and Also Wins at the Golden Globes
Sandra Oh won the second Globe trophy of her career. She was awarded best actress in a television drama for her performance in "Killing Eve."

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globe Award Winners 2019: The Complete List
Winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 76th Golden Globes.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globe Winners 2019: The Complete List
Winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 76th Golden Globes.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes 2019: Carol Burnett Says Her Show ‘Couldn't Be Done Today'
The comedian was accepting the inaugural Carol Burnett Award, for lifetime achievement in television.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Director for ‘Roma'
Regina King won best supporting actress in a movie for "If Beale Street Could Talk," while "The Americans" won best TV drama.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Regina King on Time's Up and Gender Equity at the Golden Globes
After winning best supporting actress in a motion picture, King vowed that in any project she produces for the next two years, women will make up half the staff.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: Christian Bale Wins for ‘Vice'
Regina King won best supporting actress in a movie for "If Beale Street Could Talk," while "The Americans" won best TV drama.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Time's Up Shows Up on Pins and Bracelets at the Golden Globes
Actresses and others wore bracelets and ribbons in a continuing show of solidarity with the #MeToo movement.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes 2019: Sandra Oh Gets Emotional About Hollywood Diversity
Sandra Oh closed the Golden Globes opening by saying, "I wanted to be here to look out into this audience and witness this moment of change."

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: ‘The Americans' Wins Best TV Drama
"A Star Is Born" is a heavy favorite in the film categories, while Michael Douglas won best actor in a TV comedy for "The Kominsky Method."

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globe Award Winners So Far: The List
Winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 76th Golden Globes.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Golden Globes 2019: Michelle Yeoh, Elsie Fisher and More Red Carpet Stars
The "Crazy Rich Asians" veteran brought along a prop from the film, while Laura Dern brought along a Time's Up activist (her daughter).

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Michelle Yeoh, Elsie Fisher and More Red Carpet Stars at the Golden Globes
The "Crazy Rich Asians" veteran brought along a prop from the film, while Laura Dern brought along a Time's Up activist (her daughter).

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: Live Updates
"A Star Is Born" is a heavy favorite in the film categories, while the Hollywood star Julia Roberts could bring home a Globe for her work on TV.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Golden Globes Briefing: Golden Globes 2019: What to Watch For
"A Star Is Born" is a heavy favorite in the film categories, while the Hollywood star Julia Roberts could bring home a Globe for her work on TV.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Sony's Chief Plans to Make Entertainment Assets a Priority
Kenichiro Yoshida says he considers Sony "a creative entertainment company" and sees the PlayStation Network as a way to bring Sony movies, shows and music to consumers.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

‘Aquaman' Leads the Box Office Into the New Year
Sony's "Escape Room" takes second place during a lazy post-holiday week.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

Brian Garfield, Prolific Author of ‘Death Wish,' Dies at 79
A writer whose best-known novel became a hit movie for Charles Bronson. He wrote a follow-up, "Death Sentence," to atone for the earlier book's violence.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Golden Globes 2019: At the Parties, the Winner Is Billy Porter
Nominated for "Pose," the actor wowed the crowds with his head-turning dresses. Still, he says labels wouldn't help when he asked for male and female clothes.

New York Times Movies
Jan 06, 2019

The Carpetbagger: 2019 Golden Globes Predictions: Which Movies Will Win?
In a series of quirky races — including Lady Gaga vs. Glenn Close — who prevails will be front of mind when voting for Oscar nominations begins.

New York Times Movies
Jan 05, 2019

‘Surviving R. Kelly' Documentary on Lifetime Details Sex Abuse Accusations
In the six-part series, which is being broadcast on Lifetime this week, several women claim that the singer controlled or abused them.

New York Times Movies
Jan 04, 2019

‘Surviving R. Kelly' Documentary Reviews Decades of Sex Abuse Accusations
In the six-part series, which is being broadcast on Lifetime this week, several women allege that the singer controlled or abused them.

New York Times Movies
Jan 04, 2019

Ringo Lam, Director of Hong Kong Classic ‘City on Fire,' Dies at 63
He achieved renown with a string of crime dramas, including a 1987 thriller that influenced Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs."

New York Times Movies
Jan 04, 2019

More Black People Directed Top Films, Study Says
But those movies were almost all directed by men, according to a report by the University of Southern California Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.

New York Times Movies
Jan 04, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Newly Single' Review: A Breakup Leaves a Director Directionless
Adam Christian Clark's alter ego in his unflinching new semi-autobiographical film plays like a Todd Solondz character trapped in a Woody Allen film.

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