The underfunding of Minari is hardly a controversy, but outside of a few Twitter threads, nobody is discussing it.
As a film about fathers and their sons, The Return is about the difficulty certain men have expressing love for one another.
With Another Round scoring an Academy Award, Sean Fallon with Film Inquiry reflects on some other great drinking movies.
The makeup and hairstyling Oscar is refreshingly simple, concerned with how well artists can transform actors physically to suit their roles.
Sound design, despite being one of the most important elements of filmmaking, is one of the most misunderstood. We break down the difference.
Film Inquiry interviews writer and director Lou Simon about finally getting her film Agoraphobia released after a “David vs Goliath” lawsuit.
Criterion’s upcoming edition of Memories of Murder comes highly recommended to both fans of the film and new viewers alike.
Despite the star power, it’s Adrien Brody, playing the sad, mopey playwright Jack Driscoll, that outshines them all.
Warner Bros. prepared the release of the first film in the MonsterVerse, Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla, on the 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray format.
Warner Bros. has finally made Wonder Woman 1984 available physically on Blu-Ray, and franchise fans should be pleased with the results.
Donkey in a Brahmin Village is deserving of its cult status in Indian cinema as it dared to expose the hideous aspects of religion and society.
Whether you’re looking for ethical complexity or fascinating character studies, you won’t find it in Watchmen.
Clement Tyler Obropta looks at the need for diversity and inclusion within the Academy Awards through seven new categories the Oscars should consider.
Back in 1971, Mike Leigh’s Bleak Moments showed the director’s take on the awkward moments that make humanity so complex and compelling.
Around International Film Festival is an independent cinematic awards event that is quickly catching attention for its one-of-a-kind structure.