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Oct 17, 2021

Russian Film Crew Wraps Space Station Shoot and Returns to Earth
A Russian actress and film director landed near Russia's spaceflight base in Kazakhstan after 12 days in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2021

Brian Goldner, Hasbro Executive With Hollywood Vision, Dies at 58
He turned a traditional maker of toys and games into an entertainment company with its own TV and movie studio.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2021

Dave Chappelle Isn't Canceled. He Just Likes to Talk About It.
In Netflix's "The Closer," he returns to views about transgender people that drew anger in his last special. With his popularity partly built on courting outrage, it's no surprise he's doubling down.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2021

Haile Gerima Is Having a Hollywood Moment. It's Left Him Conflicted.
The director, an eminence of American and African indie cinema, is being recognized by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and Netflix. But he has long rejected the industry.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2021

Five Horror Films to Stream Now
The month's picks include a contagion film, an '80s throwback, an unnerving tale of siblings, a faux documentary and a slow-burn thriller.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2021

The Velvet Underground Meets Its Match in Todd Haynes
In the director's hands, music subjects are as much about their cultural moment as about their sound — a good description of the band led by Lou Reed.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Introducing, Selma Blair' Review: An Actress in Her Second Act
A window into the actress's battle with multiple sclerosis.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Halloween Kills' Review: There Will Be (Copious Amounts of) Blood
The newest installment of the "Halloween" franchise, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, is a murderous mess that substitutes corpses for characters.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy' Review: What We Talk About
In three stories, men and women circle one another as they casually and cruelly share intimacies, express desires and voice doubts.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘The Velvet Underground' Review: And Me, I'm in a Rock 'n' Roll Band
Todd Haynes's documentary paints a jagged, revelatory portrait of the New York avant-garde scene of the 1960s.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Bergman Island' Review: Love Among the Cinephiles
In Mia Hansen-Love's new film, Vicki Krieps and Tim Roth play filmmakers on the rocks in the Baltic Sea.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

The NY Cat and Dog Film Festivals Return After Pandemic Hiatus
After a pandemic-induced hiatus, these celebrations of human-animal bonds are screening in Manhattan and beyond.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Hard Luck Love Song' Review: A Glossy Take on a Gritty Tune
Drawn from the plotline of a Todd Snider song, the film follows a pool shark and an escort, taking twists that are both violent and silly.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘All About My Sisters' Review: Family Matters
Wang Qiong's debut feature traces the tragic effects of China's one-child policy on her family.

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Oct 14, 2021

‘Needle in a Timestack' Review: Put a Pin in It
The director John Ridley, who wrote "12 Years a Slave," tries to combine time travel and romance, and comes up short twice.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Noroît' Review: In a French Vision, Pirates Inhabit a Jacobean Drama
When this unusual film, made in 1976 by the French director Jacques Rivette, opens in New York this week, it will be making its official debut here.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2021

‘Held for Ransom' Review: Negotiating With Terrorists
This thoughtful hostage drama from Denmark depicts the events surrounding the capturing of Daniel Rye, a photojournalist, by ISIS in 2013.

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Oct 14, 2021

‘The Trip' Review: With This Gun, I Thee Shoot
In this Norwegian thriller on Netflix, a murderous couple get more bloodshed than they bargained for.

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Oct 14, 2021

‘Luzzu' Review: Capturing Culture on the Coasts of Malta
This subtle drama follows a young Maltese fisherman torn between fidelity to his trade and the demands of a modern world.

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2021

Visconti's Operatic Autopsy of German History, Restored Anew
The trilogy of "The Damned," "Death in Venice" and "Ludwig" is whole again, in editions that freshly reveal their conflicted queerness.

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2021

‘The Last Duel' Review: A Medieval Epic in the Age of #MeToo
Ridley Scott and his all-star cast rip the moldy fig leaf off chivalric romance in a he-said, he-said, she-said spectacle.

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2021

‘Son of Monarchs' Review: Of Butterflies and Belonging
This lush Mexican drama tells a story about climate change and cultural identity using the allegory of monarch butterflies' migration.

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2021

‘Fever Dream' Review: Touching From a Distance
Claudia Llosa's adaptation of Samanta Schweblin's novel casts a spell, evoking more than it explains.

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Oct 13, 2021

Selma Blair Wants You to See Her Living With Multiple Sclerosis
The actress puts herself out there in "Introducing, Selma Blair," an unflinching documentary that she hopes can help others.

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Oct 13, 2021

The Man Who Finally Made a ‘Dune' That Fans Will Love
How Denis Villeneuve broke the curse.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2021

‘Convergence: Courage in a Crisis' Review: Tracing a Pandemic's Arc
This Netflix documentary, filmed in different countries throughout 2020, is grueling to watch.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2021

Ruthie Tompson Dies at 111; Breathed Animated Life Into Disney Films
One of a cadre of women who worked behind the scenes, she did indispensable but anonymous work on classics like "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and "Pinocchio."

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2021

The Passion of Questlove
The musician, producer and archivist is driven by one thing: a mission to spread the joy of Black music.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2021

Netflix Employee Who Criticized Dave Chapelle Is Among 3 Suspended
Netflix said in a statement that the transgender employee, Terra Field, was not suspended because of the tweets critical of Mr. Chappelle's show.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2021

Alan Horn, a top creative executive, is the latest high-ranking Disney departure.
His retirement adds to brain drain at the world's largest entertainment company as a new generation of executives rise to power.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2021

‘My Dinner With André' at 40: Still Serving Hot Takes
The film was a feature-length conversation. And it is still stirring up plenty of chatter today.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2021

Chucky Returns to Terrorize TV. His Creator Couldn't Be Happier.
The gay filmmaker Don Mancini introduced the killer doll in 1988, and as the "Child's Play" franchise has evolved, so has its queer sensibility.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2021

James Bond Returns and Theaters See Reason for Hope
"No Time to Die" has taken in more than $300 million worldwide. The overall box office remains fragile, however, and the future for films that aren't part of big-budget franchises is unsure.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2021

Léa Seydoux on 'No Time to Die' and More
The French actress has roles in "No Time to Die," "The French Dispatch" and the upcoming "France." She sees acting as a way to connect to the world.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2021

Give Phoebe Robinson the Title She Deserves: Boss
The comic has a publishing imprint, TV deals, even a primer on leadership she wrote after noting the absence of Black women's perspectives in business books.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2021

Stream These 5 Action Films Now
This month's picks include an animated odyssey filled with dragons, a pandemic-set post-apocalyptic Western and more.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2021

‘No Time to Die' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Cary Joji Fukunaga narrates an action sequence from his film featuring Daniel Craig.

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Oct 08, 2021

Watch Daniel Craig in Action in ‘No Time to Die'
The director Cary Joji Fukunaga narrates a sequence featuring the actor as James Bond.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2021

Stream These Five Action Films Now
This month's picks include an animated odyssey filled with dragons, a pandemic-set post-apocalyptic Western and more.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2021

The 2022 Oscar Race Has Begun. Here's Who Is Already Ahead.
After the fall film festivals, several major contenders have emerged, including "Belfast," "King Richard" and "The Power of the Dog."

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2021

‘Suzanna Andler' Review: French Riviera Blues
This film takes place in a single afternoon, as Suzanna, played by Charlotte Gainsbourg, contemplates her bourgeois marriage.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘South of Heaven' Review: Anything for Love
Jason Sudeikis plays a paroled felon who vows to give his dying lover the best year of her life.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘The Rescue' Review: Going All In on a Risky Mission
Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin's documentary recounts the 2018 Thailand cave rescue.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2021

‘Illustrious Corpses': A Mafia Thriller Heavy With Metaphors
Francesco Rosi's film, released in 1974 when Italy feared a coup d'état, remains astute analysis of corruption. A new restoration is at Film Forum.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2021

‘Mass' Review: Stages of Grief
Years after a school shooting, two couples meet to discuss their children — the one whose life was taken, and the one who took his life.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Prism' Review: Taking a Clear View of Bias in Moviemaking
In this documentary, three filmmakers put together their own segments that ponder their profession's culpability.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2021

‘Madres' and ‘The Manor' Review: Maligned Women Uncover the Truth
Two horror films about marginalized women uncovering conspiracies join Amazon's "Welcome to the Blumhouse" anthology series.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Lamb' Review: Oh No, Not My Baby!
A strange birth on an Icelandic farm bodes ill for a grieving couple in this eerie debut feature.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Knocking' Review: Domestic Disturbances
A character's suspicions about a mysterious tapping noise turn into a thriller about the horrors of isolation.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Jacinta' Review: A Neverending Cycle of Hurt
This haunting documentary by Jessica Earnshaw traces the journey of a young woman struggling with addiction after her release from prison.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Golden Voices' Review: In Tel Aviv, With an Unappreciated Talent
Two voice actors from Russia struggle for a fresh start.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Justin Bieber: Our World' Review: A Pop Star Enshrouded
Alternating like clockwork between live numbers and soft insight dulls this documentary's rhythm.

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Oct 07, 2021

‘Ascension' Review: A Symphony of Productivity
The contemporary Chinese economy is examined in this unconvincing, if hypnotizing documentary by Jessica Kingdon.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

Is Moviegoing Undemocratic?
The plan to distribute the art-house film "Memoria" in one theater at a time has set off a heated debate over whether the idea is elitist or inspired.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

Watch These 9 Movies and Shows Before They Leave Netflix in October
Titles leaving U.S. Netflix this month include a cult comedy hit, a hilarious game show and solid offerings from Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

James Bond Saved the World, but Can He Rescue U.K. Movie Theaters?
The 25th installment of the Bond franchise has brought record-breaking numbers of people back to British movie theaters, but pressures on the industry continue.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

‘There's Someone Inside Your House' Review: Problematic Secrets Exposed
This horror movie from Netflix is a muddled marriage of progressive politics and retrograde style.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

A Master of Mixing and Matching Movies Gets a Citywide Tribute
Amos Vogel is considered America's seminal film programmer. The New York Film Festival and other institutions are paying their respects on his centenary.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

James Bond: le dernier 007 de Daniel Craig
Avec "Mourir peut attendre", l'acteur tire sa révérence et dit adieu à 007. Après 15 ans passés à incarner un "Bond Grincheux", il prépare le rôle de Macbeth à Broadway.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

A Big Hollywood Premiere That Was a Long Time Coming
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was over budget and years behind schedule, and some feared it would be a flop. Its new director, Bill Kramer, helped get it back on track.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

‘V/H/S/94' Review: The Right Snuff
This lo-fi horror omnibus is a grisly, gory gem.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2021

Clint and Ron Howard Remember When They Were Just ‘The Boys'
In a new memoir, the showbiz siblings recall their experiences growing up on "The Andy Griffith Show," "Star Trek" and other Hollywood classics. But they weren't all happy days.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

‘Distancing Socially' Review: Scenes from a Quarantine
Little happens in this comedy that follows Hollywood players lonely in lockdown.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

Russian Actress and Director Successfully Reach the Space Station
The pair arrived at the International Space Station on Tuesday, aiming to shoot scenes for the first feature film made in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

The Future of Movies Collides With the Past at the New York Film Festival
Memory and storytelling are intriguingly intertwined in work by world-class filmmakers that confounds and intrigues.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

Russian Film Crew Has Arrived at Space Station
The pair arrived at the International Space Station on Tuesday, aiming to shoot scenes for the first feature film made in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

Russian Film Crew Has Arrived at Space Station: Live Updates
An actress and a director traveled to the International Space Station, aiming to shoot scenes from the first feature film made in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

‘Pharma Bro' Review: Behind the Smirk
This documentary grasps at straws trying to prove that the former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli might not be as loathsome as his reputation suggests.

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Oct 05, 2021

Watch Live: Russia Launches Film Crew to Space -- Time and Video Details
An actress and a director will head to the International Space Station, aiming to shoot scenes from the first feature film to rely on scenes shot in orbit.

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Oct 05, 2021

Watch Live: Russia to Send Film Crew to Space -- Time and Livestream Details
An actress and a director will head to the International Space Station, aiming to shoot scenes from the first feature film to rely on scenes shot in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2021

Russia to Send Film Crew to Space: Time and Livestream Details
An actress and a director will head to the International Space Station, aiming to shoot scenes from the first feature film to rely on scenes shot in orbit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2021

How the ‘Many Saints of Newark' Stars Remade Key ‘Sopranos' Roles
Actors in the prequel had to put their stamp on favorite characters from the original series, whether they had watched it or not.

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Oct 04, 2021

William Shatner Will Launch to Space on Next Blue Origin Flight
It's only the edge of space, but the man who played the "Star Trek" captain is heading there with three other people for Blue Origin's second flight with passengers.

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2021

Clint Eastwood Wins $6.1 Million CBD Lawsuit
The Academy Award-winning director accused a Lithuanian company of falsely claiming that he had endorsed CBD products.

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Oct 03, 2021

Alessandro Nivola Put His Foot Down and Won the ‘Many Saints' Role Anyway
When he landed his first major lead in 25 years, he sobbed. "I'd been down that road so many times, and the number of disappointments I can't count on 10 hands."

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

Their Film Is One of the Weirdest Prizewinners of the Year. Deal With It.
"Titane" may follow a female killer who has sex with a car and impersonates a man's son, but the director and star say it's really about love.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

Ann Dowd Sails Around New York Harbor
The Emmy-winning actress stars in an indie film, "Mass," which opens this week.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

‘Britney vs Spears' Review: When the Intervention Is the Problem
A Netflix documentary directed by Erin Lee Carr offers a timely if vexing primer on the pop star's legal battle, which may finally be coming to an end.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

Karen Dalton, a Musical Mystery That Doesn't Need to Be Solved
A new documentary about the blues-folk singer, who died in 1993, works to make her known without unraveling all of her riddles.

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Oct 01, 2021

Meet a Young Tony Soprano in ‘The Many Saints of Newark'
The director Alan Taylor discusses a scene featuring William Ludwig as the young Tony, and Alessandro Nivola as Dickie Moltisanti.

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Oct 01, 2021

‘The Many Saints of Newark' | Anatomy of a Scene
Alan Taylor narrates a sequence from the film featuring Alessandro Nivola as Dickie Moltisanti and William Ludwig as a young Tony Soprano.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

Five Science-Fiction Movies to Stream Now
Hoping for some exciting sci-fi before "Dune" arrives? Try this selection of overlooked nuggets.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2021

Daniel Craig après 007
Avec "Mourir peut attendre", l'acteur tire sa révérence et dit adieu à 007. Après 15 ans passés à incarner un "Bond Bougon", il prépare le rôle de Macbeth à Broadway.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

The Married Couple Behind the Dreamy Feminist Action Film ‘Mayday'
The writer and director Karen Cinorre and the cinematographer Sam Levy met in a college film class over 20 years ago. More recently, they collaborated on Cinorre's first feature.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

The Academy Museum Finds Good Intentions in Messy Film History
While the cinematic objects on display fascinate, the much-delayed institution opens with an emphasis on diversity and pluralism, not past and present sins.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

Review: In ‘Never Let Go,' a Solo Performer's Heart Goes On
Michael Kinnan's sendup of "Titanic" explores the liminal space between tribute and affectionate satire.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

New Paramount chairman continues to clean house, showing another executive the door.
Paramount parted with its animation president, Mireille Soria, adding to a list of departures.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

Ruth Sullivan, Advocate for People With Autism, Dies at 97
After her son was found to be autistic, she started organizations to help children and adults. She also consulted on the making of the movie "Rain Man."

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Karen Dalton: In My Own Time' Review: An Elemental Musical Force
A documentary chronicles the turbulent life of a singer whose music made a substantial impression on New York's 1960s folk scene and still resonates today.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

Have You Run Out of Netflix Shows to Watch? Try These.
Fashion week may be back in-person, but not every designer wants to give up the digital approach. Marine Serre, Thebe Magugu, Burberry and Dries Van Noten explore the connection.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Review: The One-Man Odd Couple Returns
Starring Tom Hardy, this superhero sequel turns into a slapstick blood bath about two threesomes both in desperate need of throuples therapy.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Titane' Review: Auto Erotic
Julia Ducournau's new film, a prizewinner at Cannes, is a grisly, philosophical thriller that puts the pedal to the metal.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Coming Home in the Dark' Review: No Picnic
A family outing attracts mysterious, menacing uninvited guests in this grinding New Zealand thriller.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Enormous: The Gorge Story' Review: A Musical Paradise
A loving documentary about a Pacific Northwest amphitheater, created by a long-ago natural catastrophe, that is a haven for concertgoers.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Falling for Figaro' Review: When the Overtures Are Operatic
An American finance executive leaves behind her cushy life in favor of a musical career in this humdrum romance set in the Scottish Highlands.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Black as Night' and ‘Bingo Hell' Review: Marginalized Heroes
Two horror comedies that champion the downtrodden are part of the anthology series "Welcome to the Blumhouse," streaming on Amazon.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘The Addams Family 2' Review: Wednesday Goes West
America's creepiest family takes a road trip in this animated sequel, though their antics are far more kooky than spooky.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Mayday' Review: Misandry Is the Most Dangerous Game
A group of female insurgents hunt down weary men in this halfhearted, half-feminist fantasy from Karen Cinorre.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Old Henry' Review: Can't Keep Him Down on the Farm
Starring Tim Blake Nelson, the film tips its hat to classic westerns, even if it gets caught in their shadows.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2021

‘Stop and Go' Review: Pandemic Aside, Girls Just Want to Have Fun
This trite Covid-19-era comedy follows a pair of kooky sisters on a cross-country mission to save their grandmother from a nursing home overrun with cases.

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