French comedian Valerie Lemercier portrays pop diva Celine Dion in almost every stage of her life in the new biopic. But sadly, it barely scratches the surface.
What Stone has concocted is like a YouTube conspiracy video made by somebody called “OStoneWatchThisNow4TruthReJFK.”
Premiering in Cannes, the new film taking place in the offices of a fictional French magazine based on The New Yorker has “the feel of a doll’s house populated with puppets.”
The animated film "Where Is Anne Frank," from director Ari Folman ("Waltz with Bashir"), offers a stunning reimagining of the brave young Holocaust victim’s life.
Björn Andrésen was 15 when his role in 1971’s “Death in Venice” earned him the title of “The Most Beautiful Boy in the World.” It nearly ruined his life.
Filmmaker Richard Kelly opens up about the re-release of “Southland Tales,” his timely 2006 sci-fi extravaganza featuring The Rock, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Justin Timberlake.
The mainstream film festivals frequented by Hollywood—Sundance, Cannes, Toronto—have turned a blind eye to Black artists for years. So we had to take matters into our own hands.