Keith GIGLIO

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Massachusetts will be well-represented at 2018 Sundance Film Festival

A wide array of films with Massachusetts ties will screen in Park City, Utah, in January during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, which unveiled its …

Neil Gaiman's Wolves in the Walls VR experience set to premiere at Sundance

Neil Gaiman's 2003 children's book <i>Wolves in the Walls</i> is set to become a virtual reality experience that will have its premiere at the Sundance …

Superfans Unite: A New Breed Reimagines Criticism for a Digital Age

LOS ANGELES — A few Sundays ago, as millions of people were sitting down to watch the season premiere of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” those gathered at a small house party in the Van Nuys neighborhood here were still figuring out dinner.<p>The host, Filup Molina, didn’t have the right pizza delivery app …

Game of Thrones

‘Lady Macbeth’ Kills the Bonnet Drama, and a Few Other Things, Too

One of the juicier observations about the new British period drama “Lady Macbeth,” which isn’t about Lady Macbeth at all, came from a critic who wrote that the film “plunges a cold, sharp knife into the back of bonnet dramas.”<p>This is partly because of the story’s noirish plot — it’s more Poe than …

Macbeth

Skip It: Why It’s O.K. to Start a TV Show in the Middle

Life is short. But television, these days, acts as if you had all the time in the world.<p>The longtime TV critic Alan Sepinwall recently wrote about what he called the “It Gets Good” problem: the tendency of series in the binge-watch era to take ages to find their voice, establish a premise, get the …

TV

In Praise of Daphne du Maurier

In 1937 an Englishwoman — bright and bored and drowning in children — sat down and sketched out a story. “Very roughly, the book will be about the influence of a first wife on a second,” she wrote. “Until wife 2 is haunted day and night … a tragedy is looming very close and crash! Bang! Something …

Books

Report: Facebook to pay Hollywood millions for original shows

Facebook is very serious about its original programming ambitions -- $3 million per episode serious. According to a <i>Wall Street Journal</i> report, the tech giant is courting Hollywood agencies for original scripted TV shows, in some cases offering up to $3 million per episode. It's also keen on …

Videos: Sci-Fi Short Film Interview With A Time Traveler

This is the sci-fi short film <i>Interview With a Time Traveler</i>.<p>It was written and directed by James Cooper, and stars Eric Johnson, and Elias Toufexis. …

Time Travel

Get Out producer to make horror film about black lesbians

<i>Get Out</i> was an undeniable triumph. A horror comedy movie where the black <i>main</i> character is given some agency and doesn't die in the first five minutes, where microaggressions are super-sized, which explores colourblindness, racial isolation and cultural appropriation.<p>Plus, it did really well at the …

‘Goliath’: Walter Hill Set To Direct Two Episodes Of Amazon Drama Series

Walter Hill is set to direct two episodes of Amazon drama series <i>Goliath</i>, from David E. Kelley and Jonathan Shapiro. He’ll join new showrunner Clyde …

Ed Brubaker on Westworld, The Fade Out, and his immersion into Hollywood

Ed Brubaker is one of the biggest names in comics, having written hugely popular characters at DC and Marvel (Batman, Captain America, The X-Men) …

Writer Ed Brubaker Reveals His Journey From Marvel Comics to 'Westworld'

Ed Brubaker could have easily rested on his laurels as one of the most popular, prolific, and influential comic book writers of his generation -– he was, among other landmarks, the one who broke the long-standing taboo about resurrecting Captain America's late sidekick Bucky. In doing so, created …

Comic Books