Darkest Hour stands apart from more routine historical dramas.
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An interview with the writer and director of this week's "Colossal."
On the occasion of Isabelle Huppert's new film, "Elle," Dan Callahan looks back the most memorable roles of the enigmatic actress.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com editor Brian Tallerico.
A list of the three-star reviews so far posted on RogerEbert.com this year.
We're proud to present the short film "Adelaide" and an interview with its director.
A tribute to Isabelle Huppert as the 2014 Chicago International Film Festival plans to do the same this weekend.
A guide to new releases On Demand and through streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Fandor.
CANNES, France-- Forty-one years after his "Breathless" swept in the French New Wave and helped herald the modern era of filmmaking, Jean-Luc Godard is back at the Cannes Film Festival with a new movie. The onetime enfant terrible is now 71, and the 1960s "film generation" that marched under his banner is old and gray, but his very presence inspires a certain trembling in the air as the 54th Cannes festival opens. The giants are back in town.
CANNES, France -- Every year they come here to the Riviera, the new class of young American filmmakers, hoping for lightning to strike. Ever since Dennis Hopper's "Easy Rider" arrived at Cannes in 1967 as a motorcycle film and returned to the United States as an art film, Cannes has provided a sort of festival within a festival, of first and early films by young Yankee hopefuls.