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NYFF to open with Joel Coen's 'The Tragedy of Macbeth'

NYFF to open with Joel Coen's 'The Tragedy of Macbeth'

Jul 22, 2021

Joel Coen's "The Tragedy of Macbeth" starring Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington will have its world premiere on opening night of the New York Film Festival, organizers said Thursday. The 59th edition of the festival kicks off Sept. 24.

Julio Torres (of 'Los Espookys') to Direct and Star in Film With Tilda Swinton

Julio Torres (of 'Los Espookys') to Direct and Star in Film With Tilda Swinton

By Emell Adolphus | Jul 21, 2021

Torres is set to write, direct and star in yet to be titled project for A24.

74th Cannes Film Festival Roundup: Part 2

74th Cannes Film Festival Roundup: Part 2

By C.J. Prince | Jul 21, 2021

With the 74th Cannes Film Festival in the books, EDGE contributor C.J. Prince breaks down some of the films that played at world's biggest cinematic event.

Review: Netflix' Horror/Action 'Blood Red Sky' is Bathed in Blood and Accentuated with Explosions

Review: Netflix' Horror/Action 'Blood Red Sky' is Bathed in Blood and Accentuated with Explosions

By Derek Deskins | Jul 21, 2021

A plane hijacking interrupted by a vampire is all that you need to say to get me to sign up.

Submissions Open For the 2021 GLAAD List of LGBTQ-Inclusive Scripts

Submissions Open For the 2021 GLAAD List of LGBTQ-Inclusive Scripts

Jul 21, 2021

GLAAD and The Black List have announced open submissions for the third curated list of the most promising unmade LGBTQ-inclusive scripts in Hollywood.

Watch: 'Respect' Sneak Peek Shows an Electrifying Jennifer Hudson

Watch: 'Respect' Sneak Peek Shows an Electrifying Jennifer Hudson

Jul 20, 2021

MGM released a sneak peek featurette of the upcoming Aretha Franklin biopic "Respect," starring an electrifying Jennifer Hudson as the iconic Queen of Soul, that's due out in August.

Toronto Film Festival to Open with 'Dear Evan Hansen'

Toronto Film Festival to Open with 'Dear Evan Hansen'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 20, 2021

The adaptation of Broadway hit and Tony-winner "Dear Evan Hansen," Edgar Wright's '60s London-themed "Last Night in Soho," and "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" are just a few of the major films coming to the Toronto International Film Festival this September.

Review: Guy Ritchie's 'Snatch' Violent, Dark in Crisp 4K Transfer

Review: Guy Ritchie's 'Snatch' Violent, Dark in Crisp 4K Transfer

By Derek Deskins | Jul 20, 2021

It feels appropriate that Guy Ritchie's "Snatch" is just now getting a 4K release; his later entries in his filmography have seen him move squarely towards family entertainment.

Review: 1981 Shocker 'Dead & Buried' Rises Again in Stunning 4K

Review: 1981 Shocker 'Dead & Buried' Rises Again in Stunning 4K

By Sam Cohen | Jul 20, 2021

Gary Sherman's 1981 shocker "Dead & Buried" is now available on 4K Blu-ray, with an absolutely stunning 4K presentation. It's a must-buy for horror fans.

Review: Cecil B. DeMille Takes on the Homoerotic in Uneven 'Plainsman'

Review: Cecil B. DeMille Takes on the Homoerotic in Uneven 'Plainsman'

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 20, 2021

There's a palpably homoerotic element to Wild Bill and Buffalo Bill's relationship in this movie. And with Cooper and Ellison in the roles, a gay viewer can dream.

Review: Cliches and Stereotypes Abound in Cecil B. DeMille's Soapy 'Unconquered'

Review: Cliches and Stereotypes Abound in Cecil B. DeMille's Soapy 'Unconquered'

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 20, 2021

The plot is filled with cliches, and the romance is as soapy as they come, but I was hooked. It's also a horribly one-sided and unflattering representation of Native Americans.

Review: Renoir Melodrama 'Nana' Gets Gorgeous 4K Restoration from Kino

Review: Renoir Melodrama 'Nana' Gets Gorgeous 4K Restoration from Kino

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 20, 2021

I highly recommend "Nana" for a peek into the early career of director Jean Renoir, but also to discover Catherine Hessling, a transfixing figure you won't soon forget.

Chase Joynt and Aisling Chin-Yee on 'No Ordinary Man' — Trans Jazz Great Billy Tipton

Chase Joynt and Aisling Chin-Yee on 'No Ordinary Man' — Trans Jazz Great Billy Tipton

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 20, 2021

Co-directors Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt — a cisgender filmmaker and a trans documentarian, respectively — tell EDGE about their new film, which is all about trans jazz great Billy Tipton.

Review: 'Here Today' is Easy to Love

Review: 'Here Today' is Easy to Love

By Rob Lester | Jul 20, 2021

Two people who'd seem to have little in common quickly form an uncommonly strong bond.

74th Cannes Film Festival Roundup: Part 1

74th Cannes Film Festival Roundup: Part 1

By C.J. Prince | Jul 19, 2021

With the Cannes Film Festival wrapping its 74th annual function this weekend, EDGE contributor C.J. Prince breaks down some of the films that played at the cinematic event.

Pedro Almodóvar's 'Madres Paralelas' to Open Venice Film Festival

Pedro Almodóvar's 'Madres Paralelas' to Open Venice Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 19, 2021

The Venice International Film Festival will kick off its 78th edition in September with the premiere of Pedro Almodóvar's film "Madres paralelas."

'Space Jam' Dunks on 'Black Widow' to Take Box Office No. 1

'Space Jam' Dunks on 'Black Widow' to Take Box Office No. 1

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 18, 2021

LeBron James, Bugs Bunny and the rest of the stars of Warner Bros.' "Space Jam: A New Legacy" defied expectations and won the box office this weekend.

'Sublet' Director Eytan Fox Reflects on Changing Times

'Sublet' Director Eytan Fox Reflects on Changing Times

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 18, 2021

Israeli director Eytan Fox — the filmmaker behind popular movies like "Yossi," "The Bubble," and "Cupcakes" — brought his deepest questions, along with his zestful style, to his new film, "Sublet." Find out what he had to say!

'Luca,' Disney, and Queerbaiting in Animation

'Luca,' Disney, and Queerbaiting in Animation

Jul 18, 2021

A queer animation researcher reveals the difference between queerbaiting and queer coding, and where Disney's latest film, "Luca," falls.

Why the Anthony Bourdain Voice Cloning Creeps People Out

Why the Anthony Bourdain Voice Cloning Creeps People Out

By Matt O'Brien and Barbara Ortutay | Jul 18, 2021

The revelation that a documentary filmmaker used voice-cloning software to make the late chef Anthony Bourdain say words he never spoke has drawn criticism and sparked ethical concerns.

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