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Studio Ghibli’s next feature will air on TV this winter

By Charles Bramesco

Aya and the Witch tells the story of the smartest girl in the world and her hex-casting companion.

Shane Carruth releases concept trailer for his lost passion project

By Charles Bramesco

In the unrealised A Topiary, humankind discovers how to 3D-print organic matter.

A new Martin Scorsese short film is airing this week

By Charles Bramesco

The director has been processing the pandemic through the lens of classic cinema.

The next major film festival is coming to your living room

By Charles Bramesco

We Are One collects over 100 submissions from Berlin, Cannes and BFI London Film Festival.

New survey suggests UK cinemas won’t reopen until September

By Charles Bramesco

And that’s the earliest projected date, according to a report from the Independent Cinema Office.

Descend into madness with a new animated short from David Lynch

By Charles Bramesco

Antlered monstrosities, floating worms – just another day in Lynchland.

Spike Lee blazes a path through Vietnam in Da 5 Bloods trailer

By Charles Bramesco

His heist thriller follows a crew of black veterans in search of treasure left behind years earlier.

Elisabeth Moss goes a bit mad indoors in the Shirley trailer

By Charles Bramesco

At this point, who among us can’t relate to Josephine Decker’s latest film?

Master cinematographer Roger Deakins has turned master podcaster

By Charles Bramesco

Team Deakins digs into the finer points of cinematography and the film industry.

Join an ill-fated scientific revolution with the first trailer for Spaceship Earth

By Charles Bramesco

The stranger-than-fiction documentary tracks the fate of Biosphere 2, a self-contained geodesic dome.

A new documentary checks in with quarantining filmmakers around the world

By Charles Bramesco

The latest iteration of the Room H.264 series touches on the sweeping effects of coronavirus.

Cannes sidebars officially cancel their 2020 editions

By Charles Bramesco

The pandemic has prompted the Directors’ Fortnight, Critics’ Week and Acid festivals to set their sights on 2021.

AMC is heading for bankruptcy, but that may not spell the end

By Charles Bramesco

Though the US cinema chain has hit dire straits, the sky hasn’t begun falling yet.

This streaming pick finds hope in the suffering of war

By Charles Bramesco

Agnieszka Holland’s masterpiece Europa Europa is harrowing and gorgeous – and now available to watch online.

A crowdfunding effort has saved Derek Jarman’s seaside cottage

By Charles Bramesco

The late filmmaker and queer activist called Dungeness in Kent home during the latter years of his life.

“Virtual cinemas” aim to take US arthouse theaters online – and into the future

By Charles Bramesco

150 movie theaters have signed up for the possibly game-changing Kino Marquee.

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