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Fewer Women Directed Top Films in 2018, Study Finds

Fewer Women Directed Top Films in 2018, Study Finds

Keira Knightley, center, in “Colette,” the rare 2018 film that featured women in key roles behind the scenes.

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Dwayne Johnson plays a security analyst who becomes a superhero (without cape or portfolio) in “Skyscraper.”

Review: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Answers Questions You May Not Have Asked

Review: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Answers Questions You May Not Have Asked

Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo, with Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo), in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Eugene Jarecki’s documentary “The King” tells two stories — one about Elvis Presley, the poor boy who became a king, and the other about the United States. Here, the king is in the Army.

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

In “I Feel Pretty,” Amy Schumer stars as a woman who suffers a knockout blow and wakes up feeling oh so you know.

Review: ‘Blindspotting’ Walks a Tense Line in a Gentrifying Oakland

Review: ‘Blindspotting’ Walks a Tense Line in a Gentrifying Oakland

Daveed Diggs, left, and Rafael Casal in “Blindspotting.” The film, directed by Carlos López Estrada, is the latest to be set in Oakland, and to be concerned with social issues and race.

Wakanda for Oscar?

Wakanda for Oscar?

Ryan Coogler with some of his “Black Panther” department heads: from left, the cinematographer Rachel Morrison, the costume designer Ruth E. Carter and the production designer Hannah Beachler.

Women Rally on Cannes Red Carpet to Highlight Gender Inequality

Women Rally on Cannes Red Carpet to Highlight Gender Inequality

Actors and directors in a red carpet protest of inequitable representation of women at the Cannes Film Festival and in the industry in general.

Review: ‘Crime+Punishment’ Is a Tough Documentary About Police Abuses

Review: ‘Crime+Punishment’ Is a Tough Documentary About Police Abuses

New recruits at a training session in Brooklyn in a scene from “Crime+Punishment.”

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

Léa Seydoux is the title character in Amazon’s “Zoe.”

Who Was Don Shirley? ‘Green Book’ Tries to Solve the Mystery

Who Was Don Shirley? ‘Green Book’ Tries to Solve the Mystery

Mahershala Ali, right, portraying the virtuoso pianist Donald Shirley in “Green Book.”

Sandra Bullock and Mindy Kaling Break Out of ‘Actress Solitary Confinement’

Sandra Bullock and Mindy Kaling Break Out of ‘Actress Solitary Confinement’

From “Ocean’s 8,” Mindy Kaling, left, and Sandra Bullock. They and their cast mates shared trailers and information.

Review: In ‘Before We Vanish,’ the Aliens Have a Lot of Questions

Review: In ‘Before We Vanish,’ the Aliens Have a Lot of Questions

Ryuhei Matsuda, center left, and Masami Nagasawa portray a couple in “Before We Vanish,” directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.

The Golden Globes Get (Halfway) Woke

The Golden Globes Get (Halfway) Woke

Damon Winter/The New York Times

Review: Roulette, a Hangman and Singing Fish, in an Animation Fest

Review: Roulette, a Hangman and Singing Fish, in an Animation Fest

An image from the restored short “Hangman” (1964), by Paul Julian and Les Goldman, one of the highlights of the Animation Show of Shows.

Review: In ‘The Greatest Showman,’ a P.T. Barnum Smaller Than Life

Review: In ‘The Greatest Showman,’ a P.T. Barnum Smaller Than Life

Hugh Jackman, center, as P.T. Barnum in “The Greatest Showman.”


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