1. Listen to Spike Lee talk about film, politics and race We’ve already offered a run-down of things to do at Sydney film festival, held at the same time as Vivid because the city is a sucker for punishment/traffic.
Weekend Preview: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Comes To An End, ‘Barry’ Airs A Season Finale & ‘The Rain’ Returns
Game Of Thrones (Sunday, HBO 9:00 p.m.) — The epic series will arrive with an almost certainly bleak ending that will upset the masses, but maybe there will be a pleasant surprise? Like if the episode’s
The month of Netpocalypse continues. For the third week in a row, Netflix is debuting a massive flood of content on Friday, May 17. And the streaming giant also dropped a few treats earlier in the week.
What would happen if “Back to the Future” starred black people? That’s what the filmmaker Stefon Bristol imagines in “See You Yesterday” (there’s even a winking cameo by Michael J. Fox), now on Netflix,
One of my most vivid memories from my childhood is the night in 1994 when I first saw Spike Lee’s Crooklyn with my family at the drive-in theater near our house. I watched my parents search for the radio
Between the sweeping romance of STARZ’s Outlander, the nerdy historical thrills of NBC’s Timeless (RIP), the “hold the door” drama of Game of Thrones, and the recent quantum realm leaps of Avengers: Endgame,
We spoke to Stefon Bristol, the director of the sci-fi drama 'See You Yesterday', about how Spike Lee taught him to be more than a cliché. In the stylish sci-fi-drama See You Yesterday, Calvin Walker Bradley),
Cannes 2019: Oscar winner Jean Dujardin on the 'masculine fantasy' of running away Jean Dujardin made history a few years ago when he became the first French actor ever to win an Oscar - for the film Artist",