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Tom McCarthy, director of "Stillwater," earlier this month at the Cannes Film Festival.

Tom McCarthy on cracking the case of ‘Stillwater’

In his latest, the ‘Spotlight’ director takes a new approach to the investigative thriller.

Gael García Bernal and Vicky Krieps in "Old."

Getting ‘Old’ fast

In M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, the aging process takes places at a scary pace — very scary.

From "The Story Won't Die."

Looking at the documentary side of this year’s Woods Hole Film Festival

The politics of art and the art of politics at the Woods Hole Film Festival

Rosa Iris campaigning, in "Stateless."

Doc Talk: The plight of Haitian-Dominicans; millions of moths; cat videos galore

Spotlighting "Stateless," "Moth/Pyrale," and "CatVideoFest 2021."

Mark Wahlberg, right, and Reid Miller in "Joe Bell."

In ‘Joe Bell,’ seeking a better world step by step

Mark Wahlberg stars in this based-on-fact drama about a man making a statement about his son’s mistreatment

The use of artificial intelligence to briefly simulate the voice of late chef and author Anthony Bourdain in the new documentary "Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain" has sparked controversy.

A.I. voice of Anthony Bourdain in new ‘Roadrunner’ documentary sparks controversy

Morgan Neville, director of “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain,” revealed this week that the documentary used A.I. technology to simulate Bourdain’s voice, a move that ignited a debate over ethics on social media.

Mila Cuda performs a spoken word poem in the feature film "Summertime."

Wellesley student Mila Cuda guided the poetry that makes up ‘Summertime’

The Los Angeles native led the young artists responsible for the movie's script.

Tim Grafft

Mass. Film Office deputy director talks ‘Good Will Hunting,’ location scouting, and the state’s booming screen presence

If there’s a movie that’s been made in Massachusetts in the past 35 years, chances are Tim Grafft had something to do with it.