The Cine Las Americas fest is all about Latin America and indigenous peoples. Expand your global film knowledge with these five features!
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Marvel’s 18th film hit theaters this weekend. Does Infinity War live up to the hype or get lost in the stars?
Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) is a film with a reputation befitting a place like Las Vegas, yet beyond the glitz and glam is a film with substance and craftsmanship of the highest quality.
It’s been 90 years since talkies hit the screens, but silents weren’t done dominating cinema, as we see in our look back at 1927.
Let’s get stoned, have a sex change, paint graffiti, make a Disney classic, and break some South Korean taboos! It’s part 1 of our AAAFF coverage.
New films from acclaimed contemporary Japanese directors, a documentary about a 105-year-old Disney artist, stunning Hawaiian street art, and much more – it’s AAAFF 2016!
Our reporter in Austin struggles through a star-studded bomb but experiences the world’s first feature-length 360-degree movie at SXSW.
Deserving of reevaluation, Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo (1980) has not always been a highly regarded film, but there’s more beneath its pop exterior than what meets the eye.
He’s talented… he’s handsome… he’s Ryan Gosling. See what his highest ranked films are on Flickchart.
A common thread that runs through all of Bret Easton Ellis’ books is the exploration of hollow persons. People who are generally well-off financially yet dead on the inside, so numb to the world...