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How a cat became the buzz of the Tribeca Film Festival.
Talking with director Eva Orner about Afghanistan's television revolution.
While Ben Affleck's teary Best Picture acceptance speech thanked the right Hollywood honchos, there's one person he snubbed that literally made Argo a reality: Barry Ira Geller.
I wish I could say "Hurricane Sandy developed this guy's film," or some such punched-up header, but as whimsically dream-like as these images are, that likely isn't the case.
Apparently it comes out looking a lot like the Universe.
“I used to be a nobody,” says a voice. “Until I discovered the internet.”
It's multiplex versus art house in the battle of modern auteurs' projected appeal.
Motherboard went behind the scenes to talk to Moore, director Mitch Jenkins, and the cast and crew about making and creating this disturbing, intoxicating film.
Physics with a side of brains.
For many of us, especially those who weren’t alive when it happened, we’re all watching that event through Zapruder’s lens.
Whether or not you know Alan Moore, you likely know his work, groundbreaking grown-up graphic novels like The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, From Hell, V For Vendetta, Watchmen. What you may not know is that while his work is like candy to Hollyw…
"The Master" Lingers in Your Brain Like a Slow Jam
Aaron Sorkin revealed the structure of his own Steve Jobs biopic.
Eco-horror has been around forever, and the premise propelling the genre couldn't be simpler or more primal: man tampers with nature—or worse, ruin nature—and nature straight-up ends man. Films adhering to that golden formula first started cropping u…
The best film festival you'll see this year.
On the night Sandy hit New York City, intrepid and often wacky filmmaker Casey Neistat went out on bikes with a friend and made an incredible video portrait of lower Manhattan like I’ve never seen it before.
Compared to last year’s third quarter, revenue is down by 19 percent, and despite huge cost cutting measures, losses rose from $222 million.
The massive, deadly raptors portrayed in the movies are totally wrong. In reality, Velociraptor was only a few feet tall and had feathers. It was basically a larger, predatory chicken.
"Here's to five miserable months on the wagon, and all the irreparable harm that it's caused me."
After the zombie apocalypse — or any kind of apocalypse, really — has ruined our food supply and left a stinking heap of corpses in the streets, sooner or later we're gonna have to face the fact that we'll to have to eat something. So perhap…
"Revolution," the widely-watched JJ Abrams show that premiered on NBC this week, is the latest entry in sci-fi's raggedest subgenre. Call it the dystopia of failed technology, the powered-down apocalypse; it's speculative fiction that peers into poss…