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The Highs and Lows of the New 'Murder on the Orient Express'

Those looking for a recreated Grand Tour should manage their expectations.

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Telling Joan Didion’s Story: Griffin Dunne Reveals the Personal Side of His New Netflix Documentary

The filmmaker and actor opens up about directing the first-ever documentary about his aunt, the famed writer and essayist.

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A Film Critic's Guide to the World's Best Movie Theaters

We enlisted Jordan Hoffman to weigh in on the venues that make a night at the movies worth traveling for.

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A Film Writer's Guide to the Telluride Film Festival

Vanity Fair Hollywood Correspondent Rebecca Keegan shares what to do and where to visit while you're there.

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IMAX in a Spitfire

With Dunkirk, director Christopher Nolan turns from comic-book heroes to historical ones.

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A Subject of Obsession: Making Casting JonBenet

A captivating Netflix documentary caps a series of projects about the 1996 murder case.

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The Beguiled : Sofia Coppola's Dark Turn

The director trades whimsy for Southern gothic in her new film.

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The Hollywood Multiverse: The Future of the Summer Blockbuster

With our eyeballs in thrall to so much great TV and social media’s inescapable pull, the once invincible summer blockbuster finds itself...

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Director François Ozon on Why We Need Lies

The filmmaker’s latest project, Frantz, is an anti-nationalistic cautionary tale set after the First World War that speaks remarkably ...

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In the Making: The Lost City of Z

Director James Gray talks about the perils of filming his epic, new project about an explorer’s search for a secret civilization.