Neither Heaven Nor Earth (ND/NF Review)
A great premise is all 'Neither Heaven Nor Earth' has to offer.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – March 11
A Shakespeare adaptation, Kelly Reichardt indie debut, and a 140 minute single take film are available to stream this weekend on a variety of platforms.
Giveaway: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Comedy ‘Sisters’ on Blu-ray
Subscriber to WTI Daily for your chance to win a Blu-ray of the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy 'Sisters'.
Ma (Sun Valley Review)
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous experimental film may be too surreal and confusing for the average viewer.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – March 4
An outstanding lineup of new streaming titles including Jacques Tati's epic masterpiece 'Playtime' and Guiseppe Tornatore's wonderful love letter to filmmaking 'Cinema Paradiso'.
2016 Independent Spirit Award Winners
Lots of nice surprise winners at the 2016 Independent Spirit Awards show. See the full list of winners here.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – February 26
Streaming options for Oscar weekend include a Paul Verhoeven film on Fandor, a new martial arts sequel on Netflix, and a Best Foreign Language Oscar winner on MUBI.
What We Learned from the Berlin Film Festival
The Berlin Film Festival came to a close this weekend when jury president Meryl Streep announced the winners with her fellow jury members. Here are the winners plus our thoughts on the festival as a whole.
2016 Oscar Predictions
2016 Oscars predictions for every category, most of which have no real front-runners, making the playing field wide open.
Zero Days (Berlin Review)
Alex Gibney’s excellent new documentary, 'Zero Days', is infused with a sense of urgency, relevance, and terrifying propinquity.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – February 19
This weekend stream 1955 horror classic 'Diabolique', French masterpiece 'Amélie', and HBO's TV show 'Togetherness'.
Soy Nero (Berlin Review)
Rafi Pitts' film 'Soy Nero' attempts to reveal something new by recycling the old, but it doesn't work.
Crosscurrent (Berlin Review)
Yang Chao's 'Crosscurrent' doesn't get the art of subtle suggestion
Creepy (Berlin Review)
The highly anticipated new Kiyoshi Kurosawa film is detached, lethargic, and predictable.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – March 18
Streaming options this weekend include Charlie Kaufman's absurd puppet show 'Anomalisa', plus other great selections on MUBI, Fandor, and Netflix.