"The Nest" Is An Engrossing Slow Burn                Emmy Winners Include 'Watchmen,' Zendaya, And A 'Schitt's Creek' Sweep                "Nomadland" Wins The Audience Award At The Toronto International Film Festival!                The 58th New York Film Festival Officially Kicked Off With Steve McQueen's "Lovers Rock"                "Blackbird" Mostly Wastes A Wonderful Cast                Alexandra Daddario Gives A Brave And Stirring Performance In "Lost Girls & Love Hotels"                "The Mandalorian" Gets An Exciting Season Two Trailer!                "The Way I See It" Is A Quietly Powerful Reminder Of A Different Kind Of President                Netflix Brings The Teaser Trailer For "The Trial Of The Chicago 7" To Court                Haley Lu Richardson Shines In "Unpregnant," Which Deftly Mixes Road Trip Comedy And Righteous Anger                "Nomadland" Takes The Top Prize At The Venice Film Festival                "The Social Dilemma" Presents Interesting Questions In A Puzzling Manner                Films To Look Forward To At The 2020 New York Film Festival                "Wonder Woman 1984" Delays Its Release Date Once Again                A Teaser Trailer Wandered On To Our Screens This Week For "Nomadland"        

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