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Idris Elba’s urban western “Concrete Cowboy” will be riding its way onto Netflix.

The streamer has picked up the cowboy tale after it debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Netflix will release the film in 2021.

“Concrete Cowb

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For the portion of Western audiences previously stuck behind the one-inch barrier of subtitles, the multi-Oscar haul by Bong Joon Ho’s dark and provocative “Parasite” was a revelation. But for savvy viewers who had long ago moved past a perceived lan

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Movie theaters have been devastated by coronavirus since the pandemic has forced cinemas to close across the country and essentially wiped out summer blockbuster season.

Quentin Tarantino’s Beverly Cinema closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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There are conflicting opinions regarding the budget cutoff for the category commonly referred to as “microbudget filmmaking.” Sometimes referred to as “no-budget,” “ultra-low-budget” or “nano-budget,” the term refers to an increasingly popular level

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Actors with dis/abilities are rarely tapped to play dis/abled characters. Ali Stroker, Marlee Matlin and others share their views on representation in the entertainment industry.


If history is a guide, one of the surest ways to get an Oscar is by bein

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Last year, not a single major studio movie included a transgender character, according to GLAAD.


On Thursday morning, the LGBTQ media advocacy organization released its annual Studio Responsibility Index report tracking LGBTQ inclusion in major studio

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Wong's endorsement of a revival plan comes just as theaters in the region close once again.


Filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai pictured above.

industry with a five-tier plan that totals $33.5 million U.S. dollars in funds. He’s joined by Derek Yee (“Drink-Drank-Dr

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(Left to Right) John David Washington, Zendaya, and Sam Levinson.

EXCLUSIVE: Even though there’s been a couple of notable film productions recently jockeying for the distinction of being the first in the US to go before the cameras following the COVID

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From Joe Dante’s The Movies That Made Me to a niche show all about the Marx Brothers, there are plenty of options for every sort of cinephile.


The local multiplex is closed. Film production has ceased. The summer blockbuster season is in jeopardy. But

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