The makers of ‘Eileen’ discuss film adaptation

Star literary fiction author Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel comes to the big screen.

‘The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes’ rewinds ‘The Hunger Games’ history

The prequel to the popular franchise introduces new and notorious characters.

‘Saltburn’ is a twisted exploration of wealth, desire

Emerald Fennell, writer-director of “Promising Young Woman,” is back with a gutsy black comedy full of stellar cinematography and stand-out performances from Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan.

LACMA hosts film about Nam June Paik

The film follows the Korean artist’s journey through the struggles of life and art.

‘Bridge of Spies’ screening demonstrates resilience

Isolation and patriotism shined through in the film, shown by Visions & Voices.

‘Priscilla’ reconstructs Elvis Presley history

The cinematic film captivates audiences with a new take on the Elvis family.

Alum directs documentary of city’s renewal

Down in a small town in Ohio, opioid epidemics are improved through fitness.

Anime guaranteed to warm the heart

These cute and cozy anime are perfect to experience with family and friends.

Filmmakers shed a new light on the pandemic

Chinese Filmmakers’ Voices on the Pandemic screened four moving short films.

50/50 Horror Fest debuts with scares

Young filmmakers exhibited their short horror films at Zemeckis Center Sunday.

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is a harrowing look into America’s past

Martin Scorsese explores Oklahoma’s Osage Nation amid the “Reign of Terror.”

Short film honors Filipino American experiences

“When We Danced” was screened for attendees at Norris Cinema Theatre.