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Naomie Harris and Barry Jenkins on "Moonlight"

MOVIES | Oct 23
The British actress now stars as a drug-addicted single mom in "Moonlight."

Tom Hanks Sees U.S. Election Warning in Thriller 'Inferno'

MOVIES | By Jill Lawless | Oct 22
Embedded within the manic action of "Inferno," the latest big-screen adaptation of a Dan Brown thriller, is a warning about the dangers of seeking simple solutions to complex problems.

Ang Lee Unveils His Hyper-Real 'Billy Lynn' to Mixed Reviews

PERSONAL TECH | By Jake Coyle | Oct 18
Mixed reviews greeted Ang Lee's long anticipated "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" at the New York Film Festival on Friday night, casting further doubts over the promise of Hollywood's latest technological savior: high-frame rate filming.

Actress Cobie Smulders on "Jack Reacher," Working with Tom Cruise

MOVIES | Oct 16
Actress Cobie Smulders is taking on bad guys with Tom Cruise in the new movie, "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back."

National Coming Out Day Exclusive :: Alden Peters Talks Groundbreaking Documentary 'Coming Out'

MOVIES | By Troy Maillis | Oct 9
In his directorial debut, young NYC-based filmmaker Alden Peters documents his own coming out experience, capturing everything on-camera as he plans and boldly captures his disclosures to friends, family, and society.

Another Slave Film? Some Are Weary, Others Want More History

MOVIES | By Errin Haines Whack | Oct 8
This year, slavery projects on TV and in theaters have been particularly prominent. These latest films can help counter long-standing stereotypes about black people, and stand in as surrogates for a national conversation.

Gay Comic Plays It Straight in 'Birth of a Nation'

MOVIES | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Oct 8
In the new film "The Birth of a Nation," Jason Stuart, an openly gay, Jewish supporter of LGBT equality and civil rights, will portray Joseph Randall, a white, Christian slave-owner.

In 'Voyage,' the History of Life on A Very Big Screen

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Oct 7
Terrence Malick's "Voyage of Time" finally lands in IMAX theaters. They will find a film of vast majesty that welcomes all comers with open arms.

DuVernay Turns Her Lens on Mass Incarceration in 'The 13th'

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Oct 7
Ava DuVernay's documentary "The 13th," on mass incarceration and its deep, historical roots in America, has been welling up in her a long time.

New Doc Examines Gay-4-Pay Porn Performers

MOVIES | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Oct 6
Actor/filmmaker Charlie David, best known for his work in gay independent cinema, takes on a fascinating, sometimes controversial subject in a new hour long documentary.

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