How Shifting Consumer Habits Will Impact the Future of SVOD
Streaming Consumers May Appreciate Quality… But They’re Adamant About Quantity
How the Metaverse Will Be Open… But Also Closed
“1899” and How Netflix is Viewing Virtual Production
(Visual) Language Lessons: MovieLabs Moves Toward Cloud Interoperability with New Initiative
Edgar Wright and the Dark Seduction of “Last Night in Soho”
In Wright’s psychological thriller, an aspiring fashion designer is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s… but not all it appears to be as the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something much darker. “It’s a love letter to the past, but a warning as well not to look back with too much nostalgia.” Take a time-traveling adventure.
What the Next Few Months Will Tell Us About “the Movies”
Bond is back — but will audiences follow? That’s the multi-million dollar question to which no one in Hollywood knows the answer. Or perhaps even cares, since the studios’ first priority is no longer theatrical but streaming.
Say It Five Times: Director Nia DaCosta Makes Her Own Mythology With “Candyman”
“In expanding the legend and creating a bigger story about racial violence as a whole, it definitely shifted us away from, you know, seeing people in the hood getting killed. Part of that was wanting to flip on its head what happened in the  film,” she says. How did she do this?
“Dune:” Is it Possible to Film the Unfilmmable?
Sound and Valdimir Jóhannsson’s “Lamb” Questions When Nature Gets… Supernatural
Director James Wan is All in for the Scares With “Malignant”
When You Bring Your Struggles to the Script and Screen: “Midnight Mass”
Karen Cinorre’s “Mayday” is Part Dream, Part Nightmare, All Female Energy
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