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Andrew Levitas’ End of Life Lullaby

June 10, 2014

An acclaimed painter, sculptor, and photographer, Andrew Levitas has held solo exhibitions across New York from the Gallery Valentine in East Hampton, to Phillips de Pury and NYU. This week, Levitas will release his feature-length debut as a film writer and director, Lullaby.

Trailer Face-Off: Maps to the Stars vs. The Rover

May 15, 2014

This week: Maps to the Stars vs. The Rover, two serious dramas starring Robert Pattinson and premiering at this month’s Cannes Film Festival.

Trailer Face-Off: Lucky Them vs. Wish I Was Here

May 7, 2014

This week: Lucky Them vs.Wish I Was Here, two festival hits with 30something protagonists in the midst of their not-quite-midlife crises.

Meet Jodie Foster, The New Femme Fatale

May 7, 2014

In which Andy tried to order the 14-year-old actress a Bloody Mary, as she casually slipped in and out of French—already wise beyond her years. 

Casting Call: Yasiel Puig

May 2, 2014

The true story of Yasiel Puig’s journey from making $17 a month playing baseball in Cuba to his seven-year, $42 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers sounds too wild for even Hollywood to dream up.

The Legacy of Belle

April 30, 2014

Set in aristocratic 18th-century England, Belle is all that you would expect of a Jane Austen-esque romance.

New Again: Salt-N-Pepa

April 30, 2014

No discussion of late ’80s or early ’90s pop culture is complete without paying homage to Salt-N-Pepa, otherwise known as Cheryl “Salt” James, Sandi “Pepa” Denton, and DJ Deidra “Spinderella” Roper.

Trailer Face-Off: Annie vs. Jersey Boys

April 24, 2014

This week: Annie vs. Jersey Boys, two Broadway musical-adaptations hoping to make the big bucks.

Trailer Face-Off: Blended vs. Walk of Shame

April 10, 2014

This week: Blended vs. Walk of Shame, two summer romantic comedies.

Maybe It’s Marloes Horst

April 8, 2014

As the new face of Maybelline New York, model Marloes Horst joins an iconic group of spokeswomen for the brand, including Christy Turlington.

Under Mica Levi’s Score

April 3, 2014

“I don’t have a problem coming up with ideas,” Micachu and the Shapes frontwoman Mica Levi explains. “It’s about seeing those ideas through to the end.”

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New Again: Drew Barrymore Fresh Off Her Iconic Role in E.T.

April 2, 2014

Drew Barrymore is currently expecting her second child, and we thought we’d commemorate the moment by looking back at baby Drew.

Casting Call: The Little Mermaid

March 21, 2014

Sofia Coppola is in negotiations to direct a live-action version of The Little Mermaid.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Dreams,’ WhoMadeWho

March 19, 2014

“The song made me think about an exotic and powerful woman in a bikini perfectly singing along to the track, while a horrific dream was taking place.”

Casting Call: A Moveable Feast

March 14, 2014

Ernest Hemingway’s haunting memoir A Moveable Feast is one step closer to the silver screen.

Trailer Face-Off: The Devil’s Knot vs. Deliver Us From Evil

March 12, 2014

This week: The Devil’s Knot and Deliver Us From Evil, two films about an otherwordly evil permeating everyday America.

Wren’s First Kiss

March 11, 2014

Set to “We Might Be Dead Tomorrow” by Soko (who is also one of the kissers in the video), Wren’s Fall 2014 film captures all the agonizing sweetness of a first kiss—amplified by the fact that none of the subjects knew each other beforehand.

Casting Call: Diplomats

February 28, 2014

Hollywood is hoping that Dennis Rodman’s self-appointed sojourns to North Korea will be the wellspring of comedic gold.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘The Biggest Drum,’ Nasimiyu Murumba

February 26, 2014

Half-Kenyan, half-Scandinavian singer Nasimiyu Murumba, with big hair and an even bigger voice, radiates a sound somewhere between dream pop, neo-soul, and Afrobeat—a mash-up crafted from years under the tutelage of New Orleanian voodoo practitioners and street performers.

Exclusive Song Premiere: ‘Nevermind the End,’ Tei Shi (Saint Pepsi Remix)

February 26, 2014

Raised in Vancouver and Bogotá, and based in Brooklyn, Tei Shi is an artist with a silky voice and ethereal music to match.