Category Archives: Movies

‘The Florida Project’ Named Best Film by Toronto Film Critics

After just over three hours of deliberation, the Toronto Film Critics Association on Sunday named The Florida Project, a story about a mother and daughter living out a precarious existence in a

‘Phantom Thread,’ Daniel Day-Lewis’s Final Acting Role, Named Best Film by Boston Society of Film Critics

The Boston Society of Film Critics on Sunday named Phantom Thread as its best picture of 2017. The group also recognized the film, which Daniel Day-Lewis has said will be his last

‘The Florida Project,’ ‘Mudbound’ Voted Best Picture by New York Film Critics Online, Complete Winners List

The Florida Project and Mudbound tied for best picture of 2017 in a vote Sunday by the New York Film Critics Online.  Dee Rees also was voted best director for Mudbound, while

China Box Office: ‘Coco’ Wins Again With $35M in Third Weekend, $263.3M Globally In Three Weeks

China’s love affair with Disney and Pixar’s Coco is real. The animated tentpole beat out new release Paddington 2 to top the Chinese box office for a third consecutive weekend. The film

British Independent Film Awards: ‘God’s Own Country,’ ‘Lady Macbeth’ Win Big

A great year for U.K.’s indie film industry was celebrated on Sunday night at the 2017 British Independent Film Awards. The ceremony, held at Old Billingsgate in London, saw God’s Own Country, Lady Macbeth

Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban on Cinemas

Cinemas are expected to return to Saudi Arabia for the first time in 35 years.  The Kingdom – undergoing seismic changes under new Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman – made the announcement Monday. “As

Weekend Box Office: ‘Coco’ Number One For Third Weekend, With $18.3M

James Franco’s The Disaster Artist is the latest specialty release to thrive at the U.S. box office.Shooting up the chart to No. 4 in its second weekend, the dramedy grossed $6.4 million

IDA Documentary Awards: ‘Dina’ Wins Best Feature

The International Documentary Association presented its 33rd annual awards on Saturday night, at a ceremony at Los Angeles’ Paramount Theatre hosted by Iranian-American actor and comedian Maz Jobrani. Dan Sickles and Antonio

‘The Strange Ones’ Makes DirecTV Subscriber Debut To Give It Oscar-Opportunities, And Despite Nightmares, It’s Deserving

It’s a psychological thriller that is creepy and scary, but not because it’s a horror film. That it is not.  Not since The Silence of The Lambs has there been anything so

Following Disney’s Milestone, Warner Bros. Tops $5 Billion at 2017 Worldwide Box Office, Led by ‘Wonder Woman’ And ‘It’

Led by “Wonder Woman” Warner Bros. has crossed the $5 billion mark at the global box office this year, marking only the second time it has ever crossed the milestone. The studio