The writer-director of An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn opens up about his favorite film of the past 12 months.
Jim Hemphill details the pleasures of a new cut of Rian Johnson's movie which dispenses with dialogue and SFX to forefront John Williams' music.
The screenwriter of Blair Witch just watched his first movie in 18 months, so of course he wrote about the experience for Talkhouse.
Occasionally you see a movie and immediately know it's up there with the all-time greats. This is one of those rare times.
The actor — whose first feature as director, Back Roads, is now in select theaters — on the film that has stuck with him most from this year.
The actor, currently getting awards heat for his role in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, on two cinematic standouts from the past year.
The director of Spy, Ghostbusters and A Simple Favor singles out one of his top films of the year.
The writer-director of Sorry to Bother You, one of the year's most acclaimed films, on one of his favorites of 2018.
The director of two excellent 2018 releases, Tully and The Front Runner, opens up about two of his favorite movies of the year.
Jim Hemphill is overwhelmed by Terrence Malick's revelatory reimagination of his 2011 magnum opus.