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Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

Thanksgiving often serves up a feast of new family movies at the box office, but the Walt Disney Co.’s animated offering “ Strange World ” fizzled with audiences out of the gates.
Review: A portrait of an artist in Venice-winning doc

Review: A portrait of an artist in Venice-winning doc

Nan Goldin, the subject of Laura Poitras’ Venice Film Festival-winning documentary “ All the Beauty and the Bloodshed ,” is a name you probably either know well or not at all. In the art world, she is unequivocally famous.
Government announces Suzanne Guèvremont as new head of National Film Board of Canada

Government announces Suzanne Guèvremont as new head of National Film Board of Canada

MONTREAL — The federal government has announced Suzanne Guèvremont as the new leader of the National Film Board of Canada.
Review: ‘Strange World’ explores big themes in bold colors

Review: ‘Strange World’ explores big themes in bold colors

Is Searcher Clade the most millennial dad in all of animated moviedom? He has that telltale hipster beard. A sensitive voice sorta like Jake Gyllenhaal. And he feeds his kid avocado toast, with an egg on top.
Famed 'Goonies' house for sale in coastal Astoria, Oregon

Famed 'Goonies' house for sale in coastal Astoria, Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Good news for fans of “The Goonies:” the old Victorian home featured in the film is on sale in Astoria, Oregon, and potential buyers are considering making it more accessible to the public.
Review: Wrenching and riveting, 'The Son' leaves you shaken

Review: Wrenching and riveting, 'The Son' leaves you shaken

If you don't have children, you will likely walk out of “The Son” shaken and deeply moved. If you do have kids, you may have to be eventually pulled to your feet after collapsing into a fetal ball for several hours.
'Everything Everywhere All At Once' leads Spirit Award noms

'Everything Everywhere All At Once' leads Spirit Award noms

The multiverse-hopping adventure film “ Everything Everywhere All At Once ” has a leading eight nominations for the Film Independent Spirit Awards with nods for best feature, best director, best lead actor for Michelle Yeoh, supporting actors Ke Huy
Review: Back to DeLillo's doomed future in 'White Noise'

Review: Back to DeLillo's doomed future in 'White Noise'

Like Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel, the heart of Noah Baumbach’s “White Noise” is in the supermarket.
Review: A crowdpleasing whodunnit in Netflix's ‘Glass Onion'

Review: A crowdpleasing whodunnit in Netflix's ‘Glass Onion'

The business of making original movie sequels is often a thankless job. You can’t just do the same thing again, but you also can’t be too different either.
'The Swimmers' director on portraying the real-life story of Syrian refugee sisters

'The Swimmers' director on portraying the real-life story of Syrian refugee sisters

TORONTO — Midway through Sally El Hosaini’s new film “The Swimmers" a decrepit motorboat on the Aegean Sea carrying sisters Yusra and Sara Mardini begins to stall.