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David and Nathen Zellner on their absurdist film ‘Sasquatch Sunset’

NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe talks with David and Nathen Zellner about their new, absurd film “Sasquatch Sunset,” which is about a family of sasquatches.

Three eye-opening documentaries you can stream right now

In the streaming era it can be hard to keep track of all the new docs and docuseries. We recommend checking out: What Jennifer Did, Brandy Hellville & the Cult of Fast Fashion and The Synanon Fix.

Filmmaker and Coppola family matriarch Eleanor Coppola dies at 87

The documentarian was known for chronicling the movie-making process of family members Francis Ford Coppola and Sofia Coppola.

Dystopian film ‘Civil War’ follows journalists covering a second American civil war

Alex Garland’s dystopian thriller Civil War depicts a current-day, less-than-united states of America in which journalists are scrambling to get to the White House before rebel factions do.

A look back at how Godzilla and King Kong first roared onto screen

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire is out. We listen back to archival interviews with film historian Rudy Behlmer about the original 1933 King Kong and with Steve Ryfle about the original 1954 Godzilla.

‘Civil War’ is a doomsday thought experiment — that could have used more thinking

This ambitious thriller comes across as an empty stunt — a democracy dystopia that sidesteps the politics of the present moment. But Kirsten Dunst is excellent as a battle scarred photojournalist.

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ is getting a 2nd theatrical release

The release of the science fiction masterpiece is to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Paramount Pictures says the release will be in IMAX 70 millimeter format as well as digital screens this September.

The cultural legacy of OJ Simpson: football player, actor and murder suspect

OJ Simpson, one of the greatest running backs of all time, has died at 76. His infamous police chase and murder trial changed the media landscape, and accelerated the obsession with celebrity culture.

Alex Garland’s new film imagines what a truly divided America could look like

NPR’s Leila Fadel talks to director Alex Garland, whose new film Civil War, imagines what a truly divided America would look like if it descended into a second war between the states.

‘Civil War’ envisions a too-near future

The new film Civil War depicts a contemporary America torn apart by a military conflict between the federal government and an alliance of secessionist states. Directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina), the film follows a small band of journalists led by Ki…

A year after starring in Barbie, actress Margot Robbie raids the toy chest again

This time she’s playing with Monopoly money. Her production company announced it will be producing a live-action movie based on the classic board game.

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