Structured like an anthology of avarice, Netflix’s ‘Dirty Money’ has an impressive group of directors investigate the death of capitalism via six highly lucrative scams waged against consumers & competitors.
Aaaand, that’s a wrap! Yes, yesterday marked the end of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, the event that kicked us into the festival season and provided a snapshot of what Hollywood has in store for the year ahead.
At the box office this weekend: Get caught up with an Army soldier’s colonial conflict in ‘Hostiles’; bag some loot with a man who’s definitely not going to ‘Have a Nice Day’; and discover the healing power of music in ‘American Folk’.
While the U.S. West Coast is focusing on the commencement of the Oscar race after nominations were announced yesterday, in Utah cinephiles continue the search for indie’s next big thing at the annual Sundance Film Festival.
The 2018 Oscar nominations: Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ leads the pack with thirteen nominations, but recent award winner ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is close behind with nine.
We’re into week two of the annual Sundance Film Festival, and a lot happened over the weekend in the frosty mountain town of Park City. Here’s what’s been going down as the year’s kickoff film festival brings together virtual reality experiments, (even more) independent cinema premieres, and the first major
As many of you know, this weekend saw the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards honoring the best achievements in film and TV performances for the past year and giving us a clearer idea of which stars should (and shouldn’t) be preparing their Oscar speeches.
With this year’s Sundance kicking us into the film fest season, next up will be the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, or Berlinale as it’s better known. With just under a month until the 68th annual event, we decided to take a look at what’s in store, including the premiere of
Legendary South African singer Miriam Makeba is highlighted in Mika Kaurismaki's straightforward documentary 'Mama Africa'. Through a series of rare archival footage and testimonies of her contemporaries, now fans can reminisce and new generations discover the woman who brought peace through song.
If you’re a fan of Nicolas Cage’s admirable range of overblown facial expressions and habitual shouting, you’ve likely waited your whole life for this news: Cage’s new movie 'The Humanity Bureau' will be accompanied by a standalone episodic virtual reality series.