Just because two events last a month does not mean they both last the same amount of time.
A film about the shootings is likely to be very distressing for people directly impacted by the massacre, particularly those who still have PTSD or strong grief responses.
You might have the impression they're bad but give them another try and you might be surprised.
The film about old toys and new turns 25 this year. Heralded as the first computer animated film, a re-examination indicates it was cautiously innovative rather than a complete break with the past.
Total Recall is being re-released on its 30th birthday. With its economical, fast-paced narrative embedded in a spectacular cinematic world, it is a masterpiece of late 20th century Hollywood.
The cinema release of No Time to Die has again been delayed but like the ancient Greek god Dionysus, James Bond is immortal.
Be they ghosts or her mind playing tricks? The uncertainty is the draw of the 1898 classic The Turn of the Screw.
What Hollywood studio bosses seem not to realise is that they're trying to save US$1 billion but could lose ten times as much as a result.
The motion picture industry has endured a pandemic before. But the coronavirus may completely upend the old way of doing business.
Cinemas have survived threats before. But the pandemic shutdown might speed up the shift to short theatre runs or take us back to the old studio-style monopolies.
The story of Mulan has been told and retold for 1,600 years. This latest version is more conservative, when it comes to a woman's place, than one told in the 17th century.
Rocks exposes the realities of social care, where children feel left out of decisions that shape their lives.
In a chapter of my latest book, I highlight some of Indonesia’s most innovative and culturally significant films and directors over the past 70 years.
Studios have endured pandemics and the threat of home viewing before. Will the current crisis lead to disaster or opportunity?
The Trouble With Being Born has been withdrawn from Melbourne International Film Festival – but individual viewers should be able to decide what films they want to see.
Movie director Joel Schumacher’s body of work is profound, and his influence on contemporary Hollywood cinema indelible.
Could a lingering impact of coronavirus be a new heyday of the original socially-distanced cinema?
There's something special about "going to the cinema" and the collective experience of watching a film.
The process of coming to terms with a loss is central to these films, which are aching and inventive renderings of complex feelings and moments.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire plays with cinematic conventions and anticipation of lesbian sex on film. Director Céline Sciamma offers a sophisticated take that is both explicit and elusive.