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Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ Sets for IMAX Release in Fall 2016, After Over 30 Years After releasing just four films in four decades, Terrence Malick suddenly became much more prolific starting with 2011’s Tree of Life. To the Wonder and Knight of Cups followed in quick succession, and Weightless should be coming along in the not-too-distant future. Even as he’s picked up his pace, though, he’s taken his good sweet time with Voyage of Time, a documentary which aims to the entire story of the universe.

Terrence Malick's 30-Years-in-the-Making 'Voyage of Time' Finally Coming in October Terrence Malick works at his own pace. If that means he goes 20 years between feature films, so be it. If that means he shoots footage in 2013 for a film that still shows no signs of eventual release, so be it. Continue reading…

Two years ago, it was reported that Terrence Malick's decades-in-the works documentary, "Voyage Of Time," would be released in 2016. But even the most casual observer of the director knew that trying to hold the filmmaker down to a firm date was probably foolish, given that he works at his own pace. But it appears there is some real movement on the movie. READ MORE: Review: Terrence Malick's 'Knight Of Cups' Starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, And Natalie Portman The first images from the doc have arrived, and of course, they're pretty stunning.

New Film Reveals Behind the Scenes Disaster of Dr. Moreau

9:44 PM 9/29/2014 by Fred Topel
Richard Stanley trying to make The Island of Dr. Moreau
The 1996 remake of The Island of Dr. Moreau was not a big hit, and Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer were known to be difficult. However, the degree to which the film was a disaster in the making has now been chronicled in the documentary Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr.

Review: 'Rich Hill' Is a Tough But Rewarding Climb

3:27 PM 8/7/2014 by Jeff Giles
Rich Hill
Depending on your view of what's fair and how stardom is supposed to work, the crowdfunding model may not be the best way for projects like Zach Braff's Wish I Was Here or the Veronica Mars movie to bridge the gap between their creators' hearts and the audience's eyes. On the whole, though, it's a fairly exciting step forward for independent cinema, and documentaries like the gut-wrenching Rich Hill offer painfully compelling proof.

Documentarian Dan Krauss Suggests There Are No Heroes in THE KILL TEAM

5:46 PM 7/24/2014 by Sara Vizcarrondo
One can only assume Specialist Adam Winfield was hungry for action. Like the rest of his platoon he was extensively trained for a theater of war that offered him no exercise. He spent his time waiting, armored to the teeth in the desert swelter. Stationed in the Maywand District of Afghanistan in 2010, the squadron was among civilians but they were resourceful, and the group’s chain of command decided to harvest battle trophies from the farmers nearby.

Roger Ebert Remembered in ‘Life Itself': 15 Excerpts From His Most Legendary Reviews The post Roger Ebert Remembered in ‘Life Itself': 15 Excerpts From His Most Legendary Reviews appeared first on TheWrap.

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