The writer-director of Mother/Android, out now on Hulu, shares his deep love of David Lowery's Arthurian epic.
In a conversation recorded at Soho House in L.A., writer-director Lowery chats with longtime friend Ponsoldt about his new movie.
Victoria Negri shares the personal and moving response she had to David Lowery's new movie about memory, loss and time.
The poll ballots of more than 50 filmmakers, including James Marsh, Alex Ross Perry and Terence Nance, who voted for their favorite movies of 2016.
Talkhouse Film contributors' favorite films of the year, with special contributions by David Lowery, Melanie Lynskey, Bill Plympton and more.
Pete's Dragon's director defends the reputation of Duncan Jones' much maligned sword-and-sorcery blockbuster (and another cinematic spectacle).
In bed with a cup of tea, having lunch or stifling a sneeze, Talkhouse Film contributors share their Sundance picks from Park City and beyond.
The latest cinematic version of The Scottish Play is a slowed-down, amped-up overpowering tapestry that wields much power beyond the Bard's language.
A procedural set against the backdrop of the war against drugs, Villeneuve's new movie is powerful, unsettling stuff.
What happens when you want to see the sequel because you really enjoyed the first movie, but then your wife points out you never actually saw it?