Parks, who died in 2006, worked for Life magazine and later became the first Black director of a Hollywood film. He’s the subject of the documentary, A Choice of Weapons. Originally broadcast in 1990.
A new documentary looks at the “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show in a new light – but doesn’t definitively answer some important questions.
Jane Campion’s Western plays out like a tightly wound psychological thriller, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as one of the scariest characters you’re likely to meet this year.
Mills, who also wrote and directed Beginners and 20th Century Women, says his films all ask, “What are you going to remember? Who are you going to remember it with or what are you forgetting?”
Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons play brothers, and Kirsten Dunst the widow who comes between them in Power of the Dog, a western set in 1920s Montana, directed by Jane Campion.