Harry Potter films, Parasite, 1917, Back to the Future will be re-released as UK theatres plan to reopen
Harry Potter film series alongside Lawrence of Arabia, Back to the Future and Singin' in the Rain will be screened in UK cinemas upon reopening.
Alexander Zolotukhin’s A Russian Youth, set during WWI and now on Mubi, is a perfect contrast to Sam Mendes’ 1917
Like 1917, A Russian Youth is “emotionally distant” too. But here, this is not a “failure” because the film can function no other way.
Lessons from Parasite: Let's talk about 1917, Marriage Story and the art of Oscar-nominated closeted conservatism
Parasite's Oscar win may spark a discussion on other nominees in the Best Picture category that preferred to speak in binaries while pretending not to do so — films like 1917 and Marriage Story, that faked nuance while in fact telling a one-sided story | Anna MM Vetticad writes
The Oscars are at taking place at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Oscars 2020: From 1917 to Marriage Story, how two key characters in Best Picture nominees complement each other
The 92nd Oscars will see nine films compete for Best Picture, out of which six revolve around the interactions between two principal characters.
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Oscars 2020: Who was nominated for Best Picture, and what would winning it mean?
The Oscars have a terrible track record when it comes to women’s voices. Only five women have ever been nominated for directing
Oscars 2020: Parasite, The Irishman, Joker, Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story — how to watch all the Best Picture nominees
While most of the Best Picture nominations at Oscars 2020 are currently running in theatres, some of them are available on streaming services.
Punjab CM criticises 1917 star Laurence Fox over 'forcing diversity' remark; actor issues apology to Sikh community
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh advised 1917 actor Laurence Fox to familiarise himself with military history after the actor stated a particular scene in Sam Mendes' film was 'forcing diversity' on viewers by showing a Sikh soldier,
Sam Mendes' 1917, for all its horrors, is casual entertainment, its mood at odds with his melancholy oeuvre
1917 is visually spectacular and there is no horrific effect the film does not spare, but in the end it is unaffecting. If one is lamenting the horror of war — as World War I films are wont to do — there seems to be little sense in showcasing technical wizardry, which is what Sam Mendes is doing.
1917 movie review: Sam Mendes, Roger Deakins' single-take war epic glosses over horrors of the battlefield
The hyper choreographed, carnival-ride style technical razzle-dazzle of 1917 is more interesting than the film itself, which lacks an emotional sincerity.
Jai Mummy Di, Big Brother, Just Mercy are among the films releasing this week.
Oscars 2020 nominations: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Laura Dern, Joaquin Phoenix are top contenders
The Oscar nominations will be announced by John Cho and Issa Rae on 13 January.
Critics Choice Awards: Bong Joon-Ho, Sam Mendes tied for Best Director; Once Upon a Time in Hollywood wins Best Picture
Critics Choice Awards, which were aired on Sunday, were hosted by film and TV actor Taye Diggs.
BAFTA Awards 2020 nominations: Joker leads pack, The Irishman and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood get 10 nods
Margot Robbie has been nominated for two awards in the same category for her roles in Bombshell and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at BAFTA 2020
Golden Globes 2020: Joker composer Hildur Guðnadóttir becomes first woman in 19 years to win Best Original Score
Hildur Guðnadóttir thanked Joker director Todd Phillips, best actor winner Joaquin Phoenix and executive music producer Jason Ruder.
Disney's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker earns $72 million over second weekend at North American box office
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker stars Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega and Mark Hamill.
1917 is slated to release in India on 17 January, 2020, a week after it hits theatres in the UK on 10 January, 2020.
The Oscars will take place on on 9 February, 2020 in Los Angeles.
1917 review round-up: Sam Mendes' war film is a 'visual knockout' with 'immersive' storytelling technique
1917 follows two British soldiers in World War I, who must cross enemy lines to deliver a message which may save thousands of lives.