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.
Oscars 2020: A critical deconstruction of the acting category — who was nominated, and who should have been
You usually know what to expect in a given year of Oscars: ten of this year’s twenty acting nominations are for playing real life people; ten are also for play artists or performers of some sort; fifteen are for acting in heavily costumed period dramas.
The Two Popes movie review: Anthony Hopkins-Jonathan Pryce Netflix film is a charming affirmation of faith
The Two Popes shows a Catholic Church at the crossroads, and the choices it must make to stay relevant to 1.2 billion people around the globe.
Fernando Meirelles on directing Netflix's The Two Popes, and why his next film is a timely reminder of climate change
Fernando Meirelles held a masterclass at the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival, where he was also feted with a Cinema in Excellence (International) Award.
The Two Popes review round-up: Netflix film belongs to gifted lead actors who inject warmth into the proceedings
The Two Popes follows Pope Francis, who, frustrated with the direction of the church, requests permission to retire in 2012, from Pope Benedict.
The Two Popes teaser: Anthony Hopkins, Jonathan Pryce give a peek behind Vatican walls in Netflix drama
The Two Popes narrates an intimate story of Pope Francis and Pope Benedict in one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2,000 years.
The Wife movie review: Glenn Close's performance, Bjorn Runge's direction elevate this excellent relationship drama
The Wife is a film that can render both warmth and chills within a span of minutes as its dramatic heft, anchored by a magnificent performance from Glenn Close, skillfully pierces through our hearts.