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The Revenant documentary goes far beyond the making of the film. Iñárritu brings the critical issue of climate change to the forefront while taking us on set of the Oscar frontrunner.

Award-winning director Neil Marshall may have been nominated for an Emmy for helming the medieval fantasy “Game of Thrones” episode “The Watchers on the Wall” but his heart remains in the eighties. Let him tell you why…

An extraordinary first-hand account of collaborating with the great Akira Kurosawa by the screenwriter of “Rashomon,” “Ikiru” & “Seven Samurai,” Shinobu Hashimoto.

From The Archives

It wasn’t quite Murphy’s Law, but when writer-director Victor Levin shot his first feature, “5 to 7,” in New York City, let’s just say that not everything went according to plan. You got a problem with that?

Dale Sherman shares an excerpt on the frequent visuals and concepts in Tarantino films from his insightful new book “Quentin Tarantino FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the Original Reservoir Dogs.”

The structure of We’ll Never Have Paris is pretty true to life. It’s my story, when I was somewhat young and in the midst of a quarter-life crisis: I break up with the love of my life and then realize I’ve made a huge mistake and try to win her back. I don’t know what came first; the idea or the breakup. I got caught in sort of a spiral of neuroses. To say I lost some perspective is an understatement.