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The Most Famous Cop in Paris For 15 years, Caroline Proust has been the center of Spiral, the French crime drama that’s a global hit

At Death’s Door His Russian-doping story, Icarus, won the Oscar for best documentary. In a new film, Bryan Fogel reveals harrowing details of the Khashoggi killing

Aldis Hodge The Invisible Man star is redefining what it means to be Black in Hollywood. His latest role, in Regina King’s directorial debut, is no exception

Zooming with the Cast of The Wire Is America finally ready for David Simon’s HBO masterpiece?

Low Fidelity Why the best screenplay adaptations pervert their novels of origin

Tuppence Middleton In Mank, the vibrant British actress plays “Poor Sara,” the put-upon wife of Herman Mankiewicz

All About Eve with Strippers? A Q&A about T&A. How Showgirls, one of Hollywood’s raunchiest movies, came to be

Olivia Cooke For the actress, who at 26 has already starred in Ready Player One, Modern Love, and Vanity Fair, the pandemic offered a much-needed re-start

Zeina Durra With Luxor, the British filmmaker brings romance to the ruins of the Egyptian Pharaohs

He Keeps 007 in Gear Good news: Ben Whishaw returns as Q in the new James Bond. Not good news: the film is still delayed

Just When You Thought He Was Out… Francis Ford Coppola is pulling us back in with a new edit of The Godfather Part III, timed to the film’s 30th anniversary

December 9, 2020

Jean-Luc Godard at 90 The New Wave director pokes the artificial veil of Instagram

Luis Gerardo Mendez The actor made it big in Mexico. Now he’s bringing diversity and humor to Hollywood

Schlock and Awe Confessions of a male Hallmark-Christmas-movie addict

Hypnotized by Chess Beth Harmon’s doe-eyed gaze reflects centuries of chess in art history

He Contained Multitudes A Frank Zappa documentary by the co-star of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure brings the musician’s originality to a new generation

December 1, 2020

Mosul’s Moment A new film from the Russo brothers, directors of Avengers: Endgame, tells the story of the invasion of Iraq through the eyes and voices of those on the ground

Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn In her first-ever screen role, the British actress stars in Steve McQueen’s Lovers Rock, the latest installment in his Small Axe series

A Tale of Two Brothers How Herman and Joe Mankiewicz won and lost the Hollywood dream

Old-School Cultural and racist stereotypes aside, films like Dangerous Minds suffer from a deeper flaw. Two professors turn to its predecessor, The Corn Is Green, for clues

November 24, 2020

The Flames of Corruption A Romanian documentary might be the most explosive film of the year. And an Oscar front-runner

Pawn Star It’s sexy. It’s smart. The Queen’s Gambit gets chess (and the game’s inherent sexism) just about right

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