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Must-See Movie: Loving in Black and White

With his powerful civil rights drama, Loving, director Jeff Nichols cements his status as Hollywood’s minimalist auteur.  

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How Sofia Coppola Got Tokyo Right

Thirteen years on, Lost in Translation remains one of the most dreamy, seductive, melancholy riffs on Tokyo ever. John Burnham Schwartz...

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Fright at the Museum: Guillermo del Toro’s LACMA Retrospective

"At Home with Monsters" delves into the director’s eldritch imagination.

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The 11 Must-See Movies at Toronto Film Festival 2016

New flicks from Damien Chazelle, Tom Ford, Eleanor Coppola, Werner Herzog, and more top our short list this year.

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What to Watch this August

Your guide to the month’s must-watch movies, TV shows, and series to stream.

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Ziegfeld Folly

Remembering New York’s last great movie palace.

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Xavier's Year

Quebec’s enfant terrible director is crashing Hollywood. 

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Battle of the Sexes: The Female Directors of Tribeca Film Festival 2016

The very best of this year’s fantastic women-made films.

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Margot Robbie: The It Girl That Isn't

How the actress sidestepped the pitfalls of sudden stardom. 

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Hiss! Boo! Criticism in Our Over-Congratulatory Times

In our clap-happy age of eternal standing Os and bravissimos, a paean to the thrills and virtues of the full-throated catcall.