As the March 27 Academy Awards loom, the conversation focused on the Academy’s decision to downgrade eight categories, their Twitter contest for fan favorites, and their double-standard vaccinations for entrants. In other words, while the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences might shine the spotlight on the nominees, theyRead More →

The movie 2021 Encanto It was a beautiful story with the lesson of being different and always cherishing yourself and your family with all your heart. It wasn’t the first time Walt Disney Pictures had used this trope to impress their audiences. We’ve seen movies like Courageous in 2012 andRead More →

Reconstruction in documentary cinema is an eternally divisive technique: what some find vivid and immediate, others find reality distant and contrived, masking and blurring reality in the language of fictional cinema. Yet what if the reconstructions not only featured the actual subjects of the documentary, but were expressly designed andRead More →

Diane Warren and Mitchell Leib will receive lifetime achievement honors from the Guild of Music Supervisors at its annual awards ceremony in March, the organization announced Wednesday. Warren, arguably the industry’s best-known pure songwriter, will take home the Icon award, created to celebrate those who have made significant contributions toRead More →

Miquita Oliver is the TV presenter best known for her time hosting T4. She began presenting in 2001 alongside Simon Amstell on Channel 4’s Popworld. The 37-year-old had a career spanning the 2000s and has since worked in radio, hosting shows on Radio 1 and 1Xtra. There are many surprisingRead More →

The generation gap has inspired many animated films. From Ariel challenging his father to explore the mainland to Moana leaving his family’s island, animated films often appeal to rebellious children. the Netflix original The Mitchells vs. the Machines understands the gap but offers some hope for harmonious families. Katie MitchellRead More →

Editor’s Note: Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series debuts and celebrates the movie scripts that will be factors in this year’s cinematic award race. The science fiction concept behind Apple Original Films’ Swan song was both new and fantastic: Cameron Turner, terminally ill (Mahershala Ali) undergoes an experimental cloning procedure toRead More →

Editor’s Note: Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series debuts and celebrates the movie scripts that will be factors in this year’s cinematic award race. In Still water, a father’s strained relationship with his daughter is tested by unfathomable circumstances. Matt Damon plays Bill, a man from Stillwater, OK, who travels toRead More →

Every Wes Anderson movie is filled with musical delicacies, from quirky songs to unexpected sheet music, and “The French dispatch“is no exception. Composer Alexandre Desplat and music supervisor Randall poster are among the first to read a new Anderson script. “He and I have been corresponding with music since theRead More →

All products and services presented by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire publishers. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Digital cinema has mostly resigned itself to the digital SLR, until digital REDRead More →

All products and services presented by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire publishers. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Ask any festival programmer what’s the fastest way to get your movie rejected,Read More →

Christopher Hampton and Florian Zeller won an Oscar in the “Best Adapted Screenplay” category for their work in Anthony Hopkins-starrer The father, at the 93rd Academy Awards. The film had won six 2021 Oscar nominations in March, including “Best Picture,” “Best Supporting Actress” for Colman and “Best Actor” for HopkinsRead More →

Christophe hampton and Florian Zeller became the first remote winners of tonight’s Oscars show, accepting their Best Adapted Scenario London and Paris trophies, respectively. The duo triumphed for their on-screen version of Zeller’s play, The father, which premiered in French in 2012. Anthony hopkins plays the title role in theRead More →