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“Moss & Freud,” a film about supermodel Kate Moss and famed British artist Lucian Freud will be the next feature film for James Lucas. Lucas won an Oscar for live action short film “The . . .

Executives and filmmakers are looking forward to the return of an in-person American Film Market (AFM, November 1-6) for the first time since 2019. After all, who doesn’t like being . . .

In an anonymous city-center hotel room, a late middle-aged woman, businesslike in prim pencil skirt and blouse, takes a piece of paper from her handbag. Addressing her companion—a 20-something man . . .

Aotearoa biopic Whina charts the life of iconic Māori leader and activist Dame Whina Cooper, brought to life on screen by Tioreore Ngatai-Melbourne, Miriama McDowell and Rena Owen. While the . . .

Whina is a moving, heartbreaking and beautifully put-together film. Don’t see Whina because you “think you should”. See it because it’s a damned good story, very well told. Whina (PG, . . .

Nude Tuesday is incredibly entertaining and, though the central premise starts to wane after a while, the story picks back up as it nears its end. There is a lot . . .

The story of a failing relationship, especially a failing marriage, can be a universal one. It’s a story so universal, in fact, that New Zealand filmmaker Armağan Ballantyne takes a . . .

Aisha instantly captures the heart with exquisite acting and a thought-provoking script that examines direct provision, Ireland’s agonizing immigration process for asylum seekers. Irish writer-director Frank Berry (Michael Inside) is . . .