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Even with strong writers in Jason Katims and Jessica Goldberg, "Away" trades in the wonder of space travel for routine relationship stories.
Cinematographer Mandy Walker and costume designer Bina Daigeler created a new vision for conveying Mulan's inner power and strength.
Eric Kripke's new season doesn't mince words — though it does mince body parts — in eviscerating America's eagerness to embrace right-wing extremism.
Premiering on Peacock, the adaptation of Malorie Blackman's acclaimed novel imagines a Europe colonized by Africa.
Broadbent plays a bumptious oddball who endeavors to steal a Goya painting in the name of injustice in Roger Michell's warmhearted comedy.
In the latest Screen Talk, IndieWire staffers break down the weirdness of this year's fall festival season as it takes off.
Staying home? Good. Looking for something new to watch? Even better!
If Kaufman's enigmatic Netflix drama has you scratching your head, fear not: The director has answers.
Geraldine Viswanathan gives a totally winning performance in this predictable rom-com about a woman who finds a creative way to grieve relationships past.
Like "The Nightingale" and "Sweet Country," director Roderick MacKay’s drama is another dramatic confrontation with the country's dark past.
Venice: The story of an idealistic young Indian musician who faces a harsh reality is a transcendent, dreamy character study.