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Luke Millington-Drake

While the British actor is best known for his Keira Knightley parodies on TikTok, his TV career is taking off

Lighter than Air

Albert Lamorisse’s 1956 short, “The Red Balloon,” is high art for all ages

Diego Calva

For his first role in an American movie, the Mexican actor stars alongside Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie in the Hollywood epic Babylon

Vicky Krieps

The Phantom Thread actress stars as Empress Elisabeth “Sisi” of Austria, a role previously inhabited by Romy Schneider and that hints at Princess Diana’s struggles, in Corsage, out next week

The Next Step

Published just before the pandemic, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse captured the world with its message of kindness and went on to become the all-time best-selling U.K. hardback. Now the illustrated tale is headed to the big screen on Christmas Day

Beatrice Grannò

The Italian actress discusses her American-TV debut: The White Lotus, Season Two

The Duke and Duchess of Drama

Harry and Meghan’s new Netflix documentary ignores reality for the higher purpose of demonizing the royal family—and elevating themselves

It’s Complicated

A new film re-examines Tolstoy’s marriage—a subject that has inspired more than a century of commentary, from dueling novellas to literary mock trials

Packages and Kings

How, amid the wreckage of Heaven’s Gate, a couple of young agents rebuilt the movie business in their own image

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gainsbourged

From the perils of aging to the joys of parenthood—and the undertow of depression—the French singer and actress is now happily looking ahead

Go Big or Go Home

A new generation is discovering the pleasures of classic movies at Alexander Olch’s Lower East Side revival house, Metrograph

The King of Lies

Separating fact from fiction in the latest, heavily fabricated season of The Crown

The Jewel Is The Crown

Even though Season Five of Netflix’s hit series is a laughable portrait of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, the show’s critics will keep watching

Pauline Chalamet

Although the star of The Sex Lives of College Girls grew up in a family of actors, writers, and directors, she resisted a life in the arts for years

The Bike Picture

How a long-haired band of outsiders with a 16-mm. camera, $300,000, and “a hell of an idea” re-invented American movies with Easy Rider

Everybody’s Talkin’

How a disruptive new technology—sound—brought an end to the silent era and gave rise to the studio system. An exclusive excerpt from Hollywood: The Oral History

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Based on the best-selling book of the same name, and with unprecedented access to secret military archives, a new BBC drama tells how a group of maverick officers formed the S.A.S. in the darkest days of World War II

Kerry Condon

After two decades focused on her craft, the actress has suddenly become the talk of Hollywood with her role in Martin McDonagh’s latest film

Notes from New York’s Independent-Film Scene

The director Michael Almereyda discusses working with Ethan Hawke, Sam Shepard, and David Lynch

Grace Gummer

The actress, a member of a great acting family, is pivoting from theater to television

Misery Porn

Blonde is sexist, cruel, and degrading—so why is it currently the No. 1 film on Netflix?

Fernando Casablancas

The model and artist makes his TV debut in a reality show about downtown Manhattan’s creative class

The Last Laugh

Fawlty Towers could never be made today. But 47 years after it premiered, the show still perfectly captures a certain type of small-minded, social-climbing, xenophobic Englishman who is now all but extinct

Rebels with a Cause

In Gutsy, a new TV docuseries, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton traverse the globe in search of inspirational and high-achieving women, but if their tedious banter is any indication, they barely know one another