Cave, The: Feras Fayyad’s Docu about Syria’s Civil War

Feras Fayyad’s The Cave deals with Syria’s civil war, depicting a brutal conflict that viewers don’t see on news programs or in the headlines of Western newspapers. It illustrates in detail the human cost of the 8-year-old struggle.

Officer and Spy: Polanski’s Controversial Movie, Starring Oscar Winner

Polanski, who’s 86, is still a fugitive from U.S. justice after he fled the country in 1977 amid a high-profile sexual assault case. He is unable to travel outside his home nation of France without risking arrest.

Disney Plus: Launching November 12

Disney will begin its international roll-out of Disney Plus on the same day, November 12, that the direct-to-consumer service launches in the U.S., with a push into Canada and the Netherlands, followed by Australia and New Zealand.

Beware of Children: Haugeruds’ Politically Charged Drama at 2019 Venice Film Fest

The film depicts the dramatic aftermath of a tragic incident in a middle-class suburb in Oslo.

Tony Awards 2019: Host, Breaking Records, Women, Artists of Color, Fun

The 73rd annual Tony Awards brought Broadway’s biggest stars together at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night. James Corden hosted the show for his second time. With pressures from CBS to increase the ratings, he inserted some humorous bits.  He tried to improve ratings by starting drama between Ben Platt and Rachel […]