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This documentary chronicles an American ballet dancer’s efforts to become a star in Russia.
In this drama starring Kelsey Grammer and Julia Stiles as cardiovascular surgeons, doctors have one hour to choose a heart transplant recipient.
Set in Scotland in 1994, the film tells a tender, moody story of friendship.
Maia Wechsler’s documentary goes backstage with dancers in a revival of Merce Cunningham’s “RainForest” as they learn to move from those who knew the groundbreaking choreographer.
Mads Mikkelsen, doing his rugged best, stars in this survival tale.
The service showed the Coens’ “Ballad of Buster Scruggs” on the big screen before streaming it. But the run — four days in three American theaters — frustrated film fans.
Cannes and Netflix clashed over this question, so we asked our critics to debate the pros and cons. Where do you stand?
In occupied France, the spotlight falls on a jazz guitar genius trying to escape the Nazis.
Whatever your taste — comedies, documentaries, historical dramas, effects spectaculars — movie theaters have something to offer you this season.
The final piece of the director’s satirical trilogy centers on a teenager’s odyssey to find and kill his father.
In “Match,” Patrick Stewart plays a dance professor at Juilliard who becomes involved in a confrontation with a woman interviewing him for her dissertation and her husband.
“Life of an Actress: The Musical” tells of three performers connected by their aspirations and their moneymaking jobs — at a diner.
“Stage Fright” is a musical farce about a serial killer stalking the young campers at a summer getaway for aspiring theater stars.