This year's Film Maudit features over 100 works of cinema from more than 25 countries, many of which are rarely screened.
'The Banshees of Inisherin' topped the nominations for film, while 'Abbott Elementary' snagged the most TV Golden Globe noms.
Even a kiss on the forehead was too much for Kuwaiti officials, resulting in an edited version being shown to moviegoers.
From Bowie to Babylon, Ryan Coogler to Steven Spielberg. New reveries and rich mysteries await in this trove of upcoming films.
The new Alamo Bryant Street is pulling out all the stops, with movie brunches, parties, and a tribute to John Carpenter.
Cooper Raiff's 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' finds him once again playing a guy who is just far too nice for his own good.
Michael Bay's gun-crazy actioner "Ambulance" is loud, dumb, and feels interminably long, but at least it's mostly coherent.
Cloris Leachman transcends the mundane material in "Jump, Darling," whose plot seems to have been cobbled together on Post-It Notes.
Power of the Dog hits the jackpot with 9 nominations, while Passing, Flee and West Side Story get a respectable 5 nominations each.
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The intriguing queer-themed 'Isaac' is impeded by a distinct lack of cinematic ambition.