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If every 'Twin Peaks' fan is being honest, we all expected the Emmy nominations to completely screw over what we all know to be one of the greatest

We’re here to look at ten of the best genre flicks from the 2018 festival circuit to ease the pain and perhaps show us that there is life

Last month, a French court ruled in favor of Festival de Cannes, granting it permission to debut Terry Gilliam’s long-plagued 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' on its

The National Film Board has proven to be such a well of creative output that it’s inspired filmmakers the world over, not to mention that a Scottish ambient-experimental

Throughout the decades Cannes has championed some legendary films. If you’re sick of bingewatching peak TV or you just need a break from 'Westworld' fan theories, here’s our

The 2018 Cannes Film Festival was a big let down for most American audiences. The coverage by the US media was especially caustic and the fact that only

Just a few weeks ago, 82 women made history at the Cannes Film Festival by protesting gender inequality and the lack of female representation in the industry. Why

Following a successful run at both Sundance Film Festival and Cannes 2018, actor and breakout director Paul Dano’s family drama 'Wildlife' has released its debut trailer. With so

One characteristic that remains constant in Soderbergh’s movies is the presence of strong, independent, and complex female characters and we’re here to celebrate that fact by looking at