2021 has been an interesting year for film
Written and Directed by Miranda July, KAJILLIONAIRE, is a wildly funny, original comedy surrounding a family of con-artists. Robert (Richard Jenkins) and Theresa (Debra Winger) are not the typical mom and dad as they’ve spent 26 years training their only daughter, Old Dolio (Evan Rachel Wood) to swindle and scam her way through life. Their heist gets compromised as a new stranger (Gina Rodriguez) enters their world and things are never the same.
The Knockturnal got the chance to speak to director Nisha Ganatra ahead of her lates film “The High Note” out on at home on demand on May 29.
Don’t let quarantine keep you from enjoying new releases, The High Note is hitting your small screens on May 29 and it’s sure to be a comedy that will leave you on a high note.
“Downton Abbey”: The Servants Are in Revolt and the Aristocrats Are in a Tizzy About a Visit by the King and Queen
Daniel Brühl, José Padilha, and Ben Schnetzer of ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ Talk Passion, Working from Reality, and Researching their Roles
7 Days in Entebbe director José Padilha, along with stars Daniel Brühl and Ben Schnetzer graced the red carpet to discuss their time working on the film, being present for a real-hijacking, and working with screenwriter Gregory Burke.
Jessica Chastain is gentle yet determined in ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife,’ a story based on the reality that Polish zookeeper Antonina Żabińska lived as she fought fear and oppression to do what only made sense: save as many people as she could from the horrors of Nazi occupation.
Jeff Nichols’ Loving is a richly acted and subtly moving portrait of a trailblazing couple.
Our very own Chasity Saunders sat down with “Loving” writer/director Jeff Nichols and star Terri Abney.
‘Darkest Hour’ will tell the story of Winston Churchill’s first days in office as Prime Minister of Great Britain.