Emmy Awards 2018: Complete List of Winners

HBO’s Game of Thrones won the best drama series prize, and Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel earned best comedy series, winning a total of five awards.

Peterloo: Mike Leigh’s Strenuously Sprawling Political Drama (and One of Weakest Films)

Leigh’s latest, Peterloo, one of his weakest films, arrives in Venice with extra-baggage, suffering from the stigma of being rejected by Cannes Film Fest, in a year in which the usually reliable annual Croisette event was not particularly strong!

Old Man and the Gun: Interview with Star Robert Redford about (Final?) Film, Career, Environment, Trump Dark Ages–Part 1

The Old Man & the Gun, starring Robert Redford, which will be released by Fox Searchlight, is the star’s last acting role; he plans to concentrate on directing and environmental issues.

Sisters Brothers: Interviews with the Actors of Jacques Audiard’s Award-Winning Western, Starring John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal

Don’t assume that there isn’t a place for you in this world. There is, there is, but you have to make it. You have to make your place in this world. I come from a background in Chicago where I looked at the movies like this foreign country, there was no place for me there. And just through trying and staying optimistic and trying to grow as an actor, or as a human being, I made a place for myself at the table–John C. Reilly

Other Side of the Wind, The: Film History’s Debt to Orson Welles

Orson Welles’ troubled feature, The Other Side of the Wind, which was in production for 15 years, and then went into a limbo for four decades, was finally restored (in the best manner possible) and publicly unveiled, courtesy of Netflix (who else?), as a special event of the 2018 Venice Film Fest.