A look back through the power of Frank Herbert's Dune and the novel's long journey as an "unfilmable" work.
An interview with Maria Chapdelaine director Sébastien Pilote on bringing Louis Hémon's beloved novel to the screen.
Something's off-key with Dear Evan Hansen, and it's not Ben Platt's age.
Driven by impeccable performances, Stephen Karam adapts The Humans from the stage into an uneasy, tension-filled film.
Denis Villeneuve's Dune is the most adrenaline-pumping cinematic thrill ride since Mad Max: Fury Road.
Sebastien Pilote's Maria Chapdelaine should serve as the definitive big screen adaptation of Louis Hemon's novel.
Surveying the films of one of Hollywood's greatest directors, John Huston, in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to his work, including The Dead, Moby Dick, The African Queen, and Key Largo.
We report on a Dune event that included the first 10 minutes, a new trailer, and a spectacular Hans Zimmer score.
With his adaptation of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino has managed to impress and provide a deeper understanding of his own film and a look back at an era of change in Hollywood.
Between Bone Cage, Black Conflux, and Murmur, something very exciting is happening out East.
Here are ten upcoming films based on books to help you plan your summer reading list.
Exploring the works of the great Satyajit Ray, including Pather Panchali, The Music Room, and The Big City.
Michelle Pfeiffer gives her best performance in years in this wry comedy.
Philippe Falardeau discusses adapting Joanna Rakoff's book and working with Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver.
This take on Romeo and Juliet is social media savvy Shakespeare.