Michael Shannon and Michael Stuhlbarg in the film “The Shape of Water.”
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This year's Toronto International Film Festival is a further example of how science, technology, engineering and math illuminate movies – and, in the process, our minds.
Realistic and stylized at the same time.
As the animated film 'Bambi' celebrates its 75th anniversary, a reminder that humans often try to express reality. But once they do, they go back to making art.
Pilgrims at Lourdes.
Films motivate people to travel to locations previously unknown. In the process, tourists become a lot like spiritual seekers.
Annual 2010 zombie march in Madrid, an homage to George A. Romero.
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Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and ‘Dawn of the Dead’ will be remembered among the first films to use horror as a form of political critique.
The Star Wars saga is interlinked with its merchandising success.
Zoolander 2, anyone?
If the bookies are right - and they usually are - La La Land and Emma Stone will be dancing home from the Oscars.
If you want to know who's going to win the Oscars, your best bet is the bookmakers.
The Twilight star used a pioneering technique for turning videos into animations which resemble stylised paintings.
Many classically trained actors are drawn to motion capture roles, which are increasingly complex and theatrical.
Motion capture actors help bring superheroes and fantastical creatures to life on screen. Andy Serkis, who played Gollum in The Hobbit trilogy, is campaigning for these actors to be eligible for Oscars – and it's time the Academy heeded his call.
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The Oujia board's origins were anything but evil. It emerged, in part, out of a longing to communicate with loved ones who had died during the Civil War.
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IBM's Watson watched hundreds of horror movie trailers and then created its own for the new film Morgan.
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The growth in popularity for larger, supportive underwear has, in turn, led to huge amounts of innovation in the sector and a 70,000 mile supply chain.
Countering the Republican nominee's favourite movies, here are five that he might learn something from.
Writer Thomas Wolfe is played by Jude Law in ‘Genius.’
The president of the Thomas Wolfe Society explains why Law had his work cut out for him when he agreed to portray a man who was "a hydroelectric plant of emotion."
It’s time to rethink content distribution.
Netflix's recent ban on proxies, unblockers and virtual private networks (VPNs) is unlikely to provide a long-term cure to content providers’ chronic headaches.
Hollywood moves are always breaking box office records because the industry doesn't adjust for inflation, which changes the picture considerably.
What a show off.
Southpaw looks set to be a fairly familiar boxing movie. So what can we expect?
The Atticus of To Kill a Mockingbird and the ‘new’ Atticus of Go Set a Watchman come across as caricatures in today’s context.
The hoopla surrounding the novel's release is misguided; after all, how much power could a novel written 50 years ago wield in today's charged environment?
Justin Simien's first feature is a strong contribution to black cinema, for all audiences.
3D films had a strange effect on Jason.
New research suggests if 3D films make you dizzy it's probably all in your mind.