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This provocative work is again revived, now for Netflix with an all-star cast including Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells.
Michael Berry’s film about characters on a stalled train aims to show how, yes, we’re all connected and yes, we all need one another.
Written by and starring Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal, the film struggles to balance its ambition as an entertainment with its social concerns.
The director delivers more than just a “filmed play” in this movie, now on Amazon Video, that was adapted from Antoinette Nwandu’s street-corner drama.
A story of obsession plays out in “Wilde Salomé” and “Salomé,” as Mr. Pacino veers into Camp.
Some films open on the big screen and on Netflix at the same time. Then there are the others.
This documentary depicts Lady Gaga as a disciplined, accomplished performer, but one who inhabits a peculiar isolation despite her fame.
The 1986 film "Chief Zabu” finally gets its New York premiere some 30 years after its cryptic ads become a running gag on the TV show. What took so long?
A documentary revisits a harrowing solo performance piece that explores the sexual awakening of two girls in the Bronx.
A lot of future moguls got their start in one remote Yukon town. And an amazing amount of film history was left behind.
This fictional film by Tim Sutton was inspired by the massacre in 2012 at a showing of the film “The Dark Night Rises” in an Aurora, Colo., theater.
Mike Flanagan, the filmmaker behind “Gerald’s Game,” “Oculus” and “Hush,” has found enthusiasm and a lack of red tape in the streaming world.
This documentary looks at the creation of the 2015 exhibition “China: Through The Looking Glass” and the benefit that coincides with its opening.