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Sense8′s Miguel Ángel Silvestre Sees a World Beyond Borders

Miguel Ángel Silvestre and his Sense8 co-stars travel the world to create a fantasy about shared consciousness. But, he says, the real journey lies within. On his first day...

Tina Fey and Robert Carlock Make Great News Together

As though Tina Fey and Robert Carlock had not already given the world enough laughter (in the form of hit shows like 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), they are now producing...

The Lost City of Z: It’s a Jungle out There

Charlie Hunnam — who played a beguiling twink in the original British Queer as Folk and a gruff biker in Sons of Anarchy — here takes on the role of real-life explorer...

Is Tommy’s Honour Par for the Course in Golf Films?

With no disrespect intended, I think it’s fair to say that golf is often quite boring to watch. Films about golf, however, have proven much more interesting (see: The Legend of...

Picturing Bright Colors and Bold Patterns from the Director’s Chair

On the heels of a recent success, Michael Urie talks making the leap from acting to directing....

There Are No Small Parts, No Small Actors in Colossal

Some indie films rely on big ideas, and the one behind this film is as big as its title might suggest. Colossal is the story of a writer, played by Anne Hathaway, who can’t stop...

Hallelujah! It’s Time for A Brand New Testament

If you’re looking for high-concept cinema, you’ve come to the right place: in Brand New Testament, God exists. He lives in Belgium. He hangs out in his bathrobe all day...

Once in the TV Spotlight, HIV Slips into the Shadows

Characters with HIV are disappearing from screens, though their presence is crucial. Oliver Hampton is charting a lonely path. Not only did a potential lover spurn him when he...

Another Long Look at Adolescent Love in Departure

In Departure, Elliot, a homosexual English teenager, is staying with his mum in the French countryside as they prepare their summer house for sale. He spends most of his time...

Beauty and the Beast Hits the Big Screen Tonight

Beauty and the Beast may be Disney’s most enchanting animated feature. The 1991 film introduced a new generation of more-empowered Disney heroines, and its stellar score made it...

Once Again, Shirley MacLaine Gets The Last Word

It seems like — ever since Steel Magnolias — Shirley MacLaine has practically cornered one role: playing rude old ladies who just don’t give a damn....

It’s Blood on the Tracks for The Girl on the Train

When relationships dissolve, there is often friction between perspectives: Which partner crossed the line?...