(CNN)Neil Bromhall is a patient man. The Emmy-winning wildlife photographer doesn’t so much wait months for the perfect shot as spend months making them. He is at the whims of nature, and nature is not to be hurried.

Bromhall’s time lapse photography condenses days into seconds, and in the process, captures the secret life of plants. An oak’s first leaves dance and a sunflower prickles as it expands; blossom spreads across bows like bacteria on a petri dish. It’s the familiar cast in a whole new light, one quarter-second exposure at a time.”I’m not changing nature, I’m revealing it,” Bromhall tells CNN. The hard part, he says, is achieving a state of naturalism in a studio. Because despite appearances, all the flora he shoots is indoors, the photographer using dressed sets to approximate the environment.'Electric, terrifying, humbling': CNN camerawoman recounts extraordinary moments at Libyan rally'Electric, terrifying, humbling': CNN camerawoman recounts extraordinary moments at Libyan rally'Electric, terrifying, humbling': CNN camerawoman recounts extraordinary moments at Libyan rallyJUST WATCHED’Electric, terrifying, humbling’: CNN camerawoman recounts extraordinary moments at Libyan rallyReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

‘Electric, terrifying, humbling’: CNN camerawoman recounts extraordinary moments at Libyan rally 05:29″My job or skill really is to try and get the plant or fungi or whatever to grow naturally. So I have a grow light to assimilate the daylight to the day length. I can control the temperature, humidity,” he explains.”I try and recreate what happens in the wild, but in my studio under controlled conditions.”Read MoreWatch the video above to see Bromhall’s astonishing time lapse photography.<strong>"Spencer" (directed by Pablo Larrain) --</strong> Larrain's 2016 drama "Jackie," featuring a never-better Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy, was not your average biopic, which leaves us intrigued as to what the Chilean director will do with Princess Diana. Starring Kristen Stewart (pictured), the film will revolve around one weekend at the Sandringham Estate in December 1991, when the princess mulls over the prospect of leaving Prince Charles. "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" cinematographer Claire Mathon is behind the camera and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood is handling the score, with an autumn 2021 launch planned.<br /><br /><strong>"Spencer" is one of many new and exciting projects in the works. Scroll through the gallery to find out what we're most looking forward to over the coming weeks and months.</strong><strong>"Spencer" (directed by Pablo Larrain) --</strong> Larrain's 2016 drama "Jackie," featuring a never-better Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy, was not your average biopic, which leaves us intrigued as to what the Chilean director will do with Princess Diana. Starring Kristen Stewart (pictured), the film will revolve around one weekend at the Sandringham Estate in December 1991, when the princess mulls over the prospect of leaving Prince Charles. "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" cinematographer Claire Mathon is behind the camera and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood is handling the score, with an autumn 2021 launch planned.<br /><br /><strong>"Spencer" is one of many new and exciting projects in the works. Scroll through the gallery to find out what we're most looking forward to over the coming weeks and months.</strong> Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Spencer” (directed by Pablo Larrain) — Larrain’s 2016 drama “Jackie,” featuring a never-better Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy, was not your average biopic, which leaves us intrigued as to what the Chilean director will do with Princess Diana. Starring Kristen Stewart (pictured), the film will revolve around one weekend at the Sandringham Estate in December 1991, when the princess mulls over the prospect of leaving Prince Charles. “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” cinematographer Claire Mathon is behind the camera and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood is handling the score, with an autumn 2021 launch planned.”Spencer” is one of many new and exciting projects in the works. Scroll through the gallery to find out what we’re most looking forward to over the coming weeks and months.Hide Caption 1 of 37<strong>"Benedetta" (directed by Paul Verhoeven) -- </strong>A Cannes 2020 holdover appearing at the festival this summer, Verhoeven's 17th century drama sees <a href="http://www.sbs-distribution.fr/distribution-france-benedetta" target="_blank">Sister Benedetta Carlini</a> roll her sleeves up in plague-beset Tuscany. Starring Virginie Efira (pictured) and Charlotte Rampling, the film is <a href="https://www.screendaily.com/news/first-image-of-paul-verhoevens-newly-titled-nun-drama-benedetta/5132075.article" target="_blank">based on Judith C. Brown's 1986 non-fiction book</a> "Immodest Acts -- The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy," but we're not expecting "Showgirls" in a habit. <strong>"Benedetta" (directed by Paul Verhoeven) -- </strong>A Cannes 2020 holdover appearing at the festival this summer, Verhoeven's 17th century drama sees <a href="http://www.sbs-distribution.fr/distribution-france-benedetta" target="_blank">Sister Benedetta Carlini</a> roll her sleeves up in plague-beset Tuscany. Starring Virginie Efira (pictured) and Charlotte Rampling, the film is <a href="https://www.screendaily.com/news/first-image-of-paul-verhoevens-newly-titled-nun-drama-benedetta/5132075.article" target="_blank">based on Judith C. Brown's 1986 non-fiction book</a> "Immodest Acts -- The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy," but we're not expecting "Showgirls" in a habit. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Benedetta” (directed by Paul Verhoeven) — A Cannes 2020 holdover appearing at the festival this summer, Verhoeven’s 17th century drama sees Sister Benedetta Carlini roll her sleeves up in plague-beset Tuscany. Starring Virginie Efira (pictured) and Charlotte Rampling, the film is based on Judith C. Brown’s 1986 non-fiction book “Immodest Acts — The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy,” but we’re not expecting “Showgirls” in a habit. Hide Caption 2 of 37<strong>"Dune" (directed by Denis Villeneuve) -- </strong>Frank Herbert's novel has been called <a href="https://qz.com/900589/arrival-director-denis-villeneuve-will-direct-dune-a-sci-fi-epic-many-have-called-unfilmable/" target="_blank">unfilmable</a>, and many left unsatisfied by David Lynch's 1984 adaptation will agree. Hopefully Villeneuve will fare better with his big-budget, two-part blockbuster starring Timotheé Chalamet (pictured), Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac. The first part of this slice of politically-minded science fiction has been pushed back to October (which means you have no excuse not to finish the book). Easily the most anticipated Warner Bros. title slated to debut on <a href="https://cnn.com/2019/10/30/media/hbo-max-program-list/index.html" target="_blank">HBO Max this year</a> (CNN shares a parent company), the decision to move to the streaming platform has been criticized by some -- <a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/dune-denis-villeneuve-blasts-warner-bros-1234851270/" target="_blank">including the director himself</a>. <strong>"Dune" (directed by Denis Villeneuve) -- </strong>Frank Herbert's novel has been called <a href="https://qz.com/900589/arrival-director-denis-villeneuve-will-direct-dune-a-sci-fi-epic-many-have-called-unfilmable/" target="_blank">unfilmable</a>, and many left unsatisfied by David Lynch's 1984 adaptation will agree. Hopefully Villeneuve will fare better with his big-budget, two-part blockbuster starring Timotheé Chalamet (pictured), Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac. The first part of this slice of politically-minded science fiction has been pushed back to October (which means you have no excuse not to finish the book). Easily the most anticipated Warner Bros. title slated to debut on <a href="https://cnn.com/2019/10/30/media/hbo-max-program-list/index.html" target="_blank">HBO Max this year</a> (CNN shares a parent company), the decision to move to the streaming platform has been criticized by some -- <a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/dune-denis-villeneuve-blasts-warner-bros-1234851270/" target="_blank">including the director himself</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Dune” (directed by Denis Villeneuve) — Frank Herbert’s novel has been called unfilmable, and many left unsatisfied by David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation will agree. Hopefully Villeneuve will fare better with his big-budget, two-part blockbuster starring Timotheé Chalamet (pictured), Rebecca Ferguson and Oscar Isaac. The first part of this slice of politically-minded science fiction has been pushed back to October (which means you have no excuse not to finish the book). Easily the most anticipated Warner Bros. title slated to debut on HBO Max this year (CNN shares a parent company), the decision to move to the streaming platform has been criticized by some — including the director himself. Hide Caption 3 of 37<strong>"The Souvenir Part II" (directed by Joanna Hogg) --</strong> "The Souvenir" (pictured, with Tom Burke and Honor Swinton Byrne), Hogg's gorgeous love letter to youth and the torments of romance, was one of the best films of 2019. Featuring standout turns from Swinton Byrne, mum Tilda Swinton and Burke as a bad boyfriend for the ages, it didn't put a foot wrong. It hardly needs to be said that the prospect of Part II has us on tenterhooks. Indie film darling/Batman Robert Pattinson was lined up to co-star, but scheduling conflicts meant he <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2019/06/robert-pattinson-drops-souvenir-sequel-1202149042/" target="_blank">dropped out</a>. Instead the role has been reportedly split in two, with <a href="https://theplaylist.net/charlie-heaton-harris-dickinson-joe-alwyn-souvenir-20190813/" target="_blank">Harris Dickinson ("County Lines") and Charlie Heaton ("Stranger Things") taking over</a>. Premiering as part of the Director's Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in July.<strong>"The Souvenir Part II" (directed by Joanna Hogg) --</strong> "The Souvenir" (pictured, with Tom Burke and Honor Swinton Byrne), Hogg's gorgeous love letter to youth and the torments of romance, was one of the best films of 2019. Featuring standout turns from Swinton Byrne, mum Tilda Swinton and Burke as a bad boyfriend for the ages, it didn't put a foot wrong. It hardly needs to be said that the prospect of Part II has us on tenterhooks. Indie film darling/Batman Robert Pattinson was lined up to co-star, but scheduling conflicts meant he <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2019/06/robert-pattinson-drops-souvenir-sequel-1202149042/" target="_blank">dropped out</a>. Instead the role has been reportedly split in two, with <a href="https://theplaylist.net/charlie-heaton-harris-dickinson-joe-alwyn-souvenir-20190813/" target="_blank">Harris Dickinson ("County Lines") and Charlie Heaton ("Stranger Things") taking over</a>. Premiering as part of the Director's Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in July. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Souvenir Part II” (directed by Joanna Hogg) — “The Souvenir” (pictured, with Tom Burke and Honor Swinton Byrne), Hogg’s gorgeous love letter to youth and the torments of romance, was one of the best films of 2019. Featuring standout turns from Swinton Byrne, mum Tilda Swinton and Burke as a bad boyfriend for the ages, it didn’t put a foot wrong. It hardly needs to be said that the prospect of Part II has us on tenterhooks. Indie film darling/Batman Robert Pattinson was lined up to co-star, but scheduling conflicts meant he dropped out. Instead the role has been reportedly split in two, with Harris Dickinson (“County Lines”) and Charlie Heaton (“Stranger Things”) taking over. Premiering as part of the Director’s Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival in July.Hide Caption 4 of 37<strong>"Petite Maman" (directed by Celine Sciamma) --</strong> After wowing with 2019's "Portrait of a Lady on Fire," chalk Sciamma's fifth feature up as essential viewing. Details are few; we have this image, and the cast list suggests the film will focus on children. Last November it was reported that the shoot would end <a href="https://cineuropa.org/en/newsdetail/394855/" target="_blank">in December</a>, and the film will debut at the Berlin Film Festival in March, indicating that Sciamma has been firing on all cylinders.<strong>"Petite Maman" (directed by Celine Sciamma) --</strong> After wowing with 2019's "Portrait of a Lady on Fire," chalk Sciamma's fifth feature up as essential viewing. Details are few; we have this image, and the cast list suggests the film will focus on children. Last November it was reported that the shoot would end <a href="https://cineuropa.org/en/newsdetail/394855/" target="_blank">in December</a>, and the film will debut at the Berlin Film Festival in March, indicating that Sciamma has been firing on all cylinders. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Petite Maman” (directed by Celine Sciamma) — After wowing with 2019’s “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” chalk Sciamma’s fifth feature up as essential viewing. Details are few; we have this image, and the cast list suggests the film will focus on children. Last November it was reported that the shoot would end in December, and the film will debut at the Berlin Film Festival in March, indicating that Sciamma has been firing on all cylinders.Hide Caption 5 of 37<strong>"The Green Knight" (directed by David Lowery) --</strong> Dev Patel in an Arthurian legend for grown ups? Yes please. Playing King Arthur's nephew Sir Gawain on a quest to challenge the Green Knight of legend, Patel (pictured) looks like he'll only further burnish his superstar status. Originally slated for 2020, the film's distributor A24 now has it penciled in for July 30. Meanwhile, Lowery has already moved on to another, more family-friendly fantasy in Disney's "<a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/disney-live-action-peter-pan-peter-wendy-1203529492/" target="_blank">Peter Pan & Wendy</a>." <strong>"The Green Knight" (directed by David Lowery) --</strong> Dev Patel in an Arthurian legend for grown ups? Yes please. Playing King Arthur's nephew Sir Gawain on a quest to challenge the Green Knight of legend, Patel (pictured) looks like he'll only further burnish his superstar status. Originally slated for 2020, the film's distributor A24 now has it penciled in for July 30. Meanwhile, Lowery has already moved on to another, more family-friendly fantasy in Disney's "<a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/disney-live-action-peter-pan-peter-wendy-1203529492/" target="_blank">Peter Pan & Wendy</a>." Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Green Knight” (directed by David Lowery) — Dev Patel in an Arthurian legend for grown ups? Yes please. Playing King Arthur’s nephew Sir Gawain on a quest to challenge the Green Knight of legend, Patel (pictured) looks like he’ll only further burnish his superstar status. Originally slated for 2020, the film’s distributor A24 now has it penciled in for July 30. Meanwhile, Lowery has already moved on to another, more family-friendly fantasy in Disney’s “Peter Pan & Wendy.” Hide Caption 6 of 37<strong>"The French Dispatch" (directed by Wes Anderson) --</strong> Anderson assembles many of his long-term collaborators in this mid-20th century tale of an American magazine in a fictional French city. The ensemble cast includes Timotheé Chalamet, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Benicio del Toro, Jeffrey Wright and plenty more big names. Adam Stockhausen is in charge of production design, Alexandre Desplat is on score duties and Robert Yeoman is behind the camera. Originally slated for <a href="https://www.festival-cannes.com/en/infos-communiques/communique/articles/the-films-of-the-official-selection-2020" target="_blank">Cannes</a> in 2020 and held back by distributor Searchlight Pictures, it will now debut at the festival in July.<strong>"The French Dispatch" (directed by Wes Anderson) --</strong> Anderson assembles many of his long-term collaborators in this mid-20th century tale of an American magazine in a fictional French city. The ensemble cast includes Timotheé Chalamet, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Benicio del Toro, Jeffrey Wright and plenty more big names. Adam Stockhausen is in charge of production design, Alexandre Desplat is on score duties and Robert Yeoman is behind the camera. Originally slated for <a href="https://www.festival-cannes.com/en/infos-communiques/communique/articles/the-films-of-the-official-selection-2020" target="_blank">Cannes</a> in 2020 and held back by distributor Searchlight Pictures, it will now debut at the festival in July. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The French Dispatch” (directed by Wes Anderson) — Anderson assembles many of his long-term collaborators in this mid-20th century tale of an American magazine in a fictional French city. The ensemble cast includes Timotheé Chalamet, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Benicio del Toro, Jeffrey Wright and plenty more big names. Adam Stockhausen is in charge of production design, Alexandre Desplat is on score duties and Robert Yeoman is behind the camera. Originally slated for Cannes in 2020 and held back by distributor Searchlight Pictures, it will now debut at the festival in July.Hide Caption 7 of 37<strong>"Last Night in Soho" (directed by Edgar Wright) -- </strong>Where would Edgar Wright go after "Baby Driver," the director's toe-tapping heist movie? Wherever he wanted to. What he chose was a paranormal horror movie set in 1960s swinging London. Starring Thomasin McKenzie and actress du jour Anya Taylor Johnson (pictured right, with Wright) alongside veterans including Terence Stamp and the late Diana Rigg, plot details are few but expect the unexpected. <a href="https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/1265296656217628673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1265296656217628673%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.indiewire.com%2F2020%2F05%2Fedgar-wright-last-night-in-soho-release-delays-april-2021-1202233511%2F" target="_blank">Twice </a><a href="https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/1352421727545024512?s=21" target="_blank">bumped</a> back in the schedule due to the pandemic, this is now slated for release in October. <strong>"Last Night in Soho" (directed by Edgar Wright) -- </strong>Where would Edgar Wright go after "Baby Driver," the director's toe-tapping heist movie? Wherever he wanted to. What he chose was a paranormal horror movie set in 1960s swinging London. Starring Thomasin McKenzie and actress du jour Anya Taylor Johnson (pictured right, with Wright) alongside veterans including Terence Stamp and the late Diana Rigg, plot details are few but expect the unexpected. <a href="https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/1265296656217628673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1265296656217628673%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.indiewire.com%2F2020%2F05%2Fedgar-wright-last-night-in-soho-release-delays-april-2021-1202233511%2F" target="_blank">Twice </a><a href="https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/1352421727545024512?s=21" target="_blank">bumped</a> back in the schedule due to the pandemic, this is now slated for release in October. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Last Night in Soho” (directed by Edgar Wright) — Where would Edgar Wright go after “Baby Driver,” the director’s toe-tapping heist movie? Wherever he wanted to. What he chose was a paranormal horror movie set in 1960s swinging London. Starring Thomasin McKenzie and actress du jour Anya Taylor Johnson (pictured right, with Wright) alongside veterans including Terence Stamp and the late Diana Rigg, plot details are few but expect the unexpected. Twice bumped back in the schedule due to the pandemic, this is now slated for release in October. Hide Caption 8 of 37<strong>"Zola" (directed by Janicza Bravo) -- </strong>A film based on a viral Twitter thread, "Zola" tells the story of Detroit waitress Zola (Taylour Paige, pictured right) and customer Stefani (Riley Keough, pictured left) over a wild weekend in Florida. The internet was well acquainted with the duo's stranger-than-fiction story by the time it premiered at Sundance in 2020, but audiences are still holding out on a proper release -- <a href="https://press.a24films.com/films/zola" target="_blank">now scheduled for June</a>.<strong>"Zola" (directed by Janicza Bravo) -- </strong>A film based on a viral Twitter thread, "Zola" tells the story of Detroit waitress Zola (Taylour Paige, pictured right) and customer Stefani (Riley Keough, pictured left) over a wild weekend in Florida. The internet was well acquainted with the duo's stranger-than-fiction story by the time it premiered at Sundance in 2020, but audiences are still holding out on a proper release -- <a href="https://press.a24films.com/films/zola" target="_blank">now scheduled for June</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Zola” (directed by Janicza Bravo) — A film based on a viral Twitter thread, “Zola” tells the story of Detroit waitress Zola (Taylour Paige, pictured right) and customer Stefani (Riley Keough, pictured left) over a wild weekend in Florida. The internet was well acquainted with the duo’s stranger-than-fiction story by the time it premiered at Sundance in 2020, but audiences are still holding out on a proper release — now scheduled for June.Hide Caption 9 of 37<strong>"Mission: Impossible 7" (directed by Christopher McQuarrie) -- </strong>One of the first productions hit by the pandemic (a shoot in Venice was <a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/mission-impossible-7-restart-production-tom-cruise-1234622939/" target="_blank">canceled last February</a>), Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie's subsequent march across the continent in their Covid-secure bubble has been the model for other films looking to resume production. After high-risk hijinks in "Fallout" -- including that jump (pictured) -- you'd think there would be no place left for Cruise to go, but <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/CEzSnUzjFAx/?igshid=v24c2cx5c0xk" target="_blank">set photos </a>suggest we'll be seeing more insane stunts. Previously scheduled for 2021, studio Paramount Pictures have bumped it to <a href="https://deadline.com/2021/04/top-gun-maverick-mission-impossible-7-tom-cruise-release-date-change-july-4th-weekend-memorial-day-weekend-1234730581/" target="_blank">May 2022</a>. <strong>"Mission: Impossible 7" (directed by Christopher McQuarrie) -- </strong>One of the first productions hit by the pandemic (a shoot in Venice was <a href="https://variety.com/2020/film/news/mission-impossible-7-restart-production-tom-cruise-1234622939/" target="_blank">canceled last February</a>), Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie's subsequent march across the continent in their Covid-secure bubble has been the model for other films looking to resume production. After high-risk hijinks in "Fallout" -- including that jump (pictured) -- you'd think there would be no place left for Cruise to go, but <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/CEzSnUzjFAx/?igshid=v24c2cx5c0xk" target="_blank">set photos </a>suggest we'll be seeing more insane stunts. Previously scheduled for 2021, studio Paramount Pictures have bumped it to <a href="https://deadline.com/2021/04/top-gun-maverick-mission-impossible-7-tom-cruise-release-date-change-july-4th-weekend-memorial-day-weekend-1234730581/" target="_blank">May 2022</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Mission: Impossible 7″ (directed by Christopher McQuarrie) — One of the first productions hit by the pandemic (a shoot in Venice was canceled last February), Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie’s subsequent march across the continent in their Covid-secure bubble has been the model for other films looking to resume production. After high-risk hijinks in “Fallout” — including that jump (pictured) — you’d think there would be no place left for Cruise to go, but set photos suggest we’ll be seeing more insane stunts. Previously scheduled for 2021, studio Paramount Pictures have bumped it to May 2022. Hide Caption 10 of 37<strong>"No Time To Die" (directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga) --</strong> Daniel Craig's final outing as Bond has had a rocky time of it, from director Danny Boyle bowing out and Fukunaga coming in, to Craig <a href="https://www.gq.com/story/daniel-craig-james-bond-no-time-to-die-cover-2020" target="_blank">injuring his ankle while filming</a>, to an explosion at Pinewood and, at last count, five different release dates. Has this made us any less excited to see it? Of course not. Let's just hope we don't have to wait any longer than September 2021.<strong>"No Time To Die" (directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga) --</strong> Daniel Craig's final outing as Bond has had a rocky time of it, from director Danny Boyle bowing out and Fukunaga coming in, to Craig <a href="https://www.gq.com/story/daniel-craig-james-bond-no-time-to-die-cover-2020" target="_blank">injuring his ankle while filming</a>, to an explosion at Pinewood and, at last count, five different release dates. Has this made us any less excited to see it? Of course not. Let's just hope we don't have to wait any longer than September 2021. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”No Time To Die” (directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga) — Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond has had a rocky time of it, from director Danny Boyle bowing out and Fukunaga coming in, to Craig injuring his ankle while filming, to an explosion at Pinewood and, at last count, five different release dates. Has this made us any less excited to see it? Of course not. Let’s just hope we don’t have to wait any longer than September 2021.Hide Caption 11 of 37<strong>"The Beatles: Get Back" (directed by Peter Jackson) --</strong> Somehow there were 60 hours of unseen Beatles video and 150 hours of unheard audio out in the world, and that's what Peter Jackson has tapped for this intimate account of the band preparing for their first live gig in two years in 1969. According to the makers it will feature the Fab Four's last performance together on the rooftop of Apple HQ on London's Savile Row -- and for the first time, the iconic concert will be shown in its entirety. Disney has said the film will be in cinemas in <a href="https://cnn.com/2020/12/22/entertainment/the-beatles-get-back-preview/index.html" target="_blank">August</a>.<strong>"The Beatles: Get Back" (directed by Peter Jackson) --</strong> Somehow there were 60 hours of unseen Beatles video and 150 hours of unheard audio out in the world, and that's what Peter Jackson has tapped for this intimate account of the band preparing for their first live gig in two years in 1969. According to the makers it will feature the Fab Four's last performance together on the rooftop of Apple HQ on London's Savile Row -- and for the first time, the iconic concert will be shown in its entirety. Disney has said the film will be in cinemas in <a href="https://cnn.com/2020/12/22/entertainment/the-beatles-get-back-preview/index.html" target="_blank">August</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Beatles: Get Back” (directed by Peter Jackson) — Somehow there were 60 hours of unseen Beatles video and 150 hours of unheard audio out in the world, and that’s what Peter Jackson has tapped for this intimate account of the band preparing for their first live gig in two years in 1969. According to the makers it will feature the Fab Four’s last performance together on the rooftop of Apple HQ on London’s Savile Row — and for the first time, the iconic concert will be shown in its entirety. Disney has said the film will be in cinemas in August.Hide Caption 12 of 37<strong>"Triangle of Sadness" (directed by Ruben Östlund) --</strong> Östlund completed filming his follow-up to the Cannes Palme d'Or-winner "<a href="https://cnn.com/style/article/cannes-2017-the-square-ruben-ostlund/index.html" target="_blank">The Square</a>" in Greece in <a href="https://press.sfstudios.se/pressweb/574bf692310c6/post/guldpalmsvinnaren-ruben-ostlund-klar-med-inspelningarna-av-trian" target="_blank">November 2020</a>. The plot sounds like a jet-setting "Lord of the Flies," following the fate of models and billionaires aboard a yacht that sinks, dumping them on a deserted island. Starring Woody Harrelson, Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean, we're expecting another biting satire from the Swedish director (pictured center, with cast).<strong>"Triangle of Sadness" (directed by Ruben Östlund) --</strong> Östlund completed filming his follow-up to the Cannes Palme d'Or-winner "<a href="https://cnn.com/style/article/cannes-2017-the-square-ruben-ostlund/index.html" target="_blank">The Square</a>" in Greece in <a href="https://press.sfstudios.se/pressweb/574bf692310c6/post/guldpalmsvinnaren-ruben-ostlund-klar-med-inspelningarna-av-trian" target="_blank">November 2020</a>. The plot sounds like a jet-setting "Lord of the Flies," following the fate of models and billionaires aboard a yacht that sinks, dumping them on a deserted island. Starring Woody Harrelson, Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean, we're expecting another biting satire from the Swedish director (pictured center, with cast). Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Triangle of Sadness” (directed by Ruben Östlund) — Östlund completed filming his follow-up to the Cannes Palme d’Or-winner “The Square” in Greece in November 2020. The plot sounds like a jet-setting “Lord of the Flies,” following the fate of models and billionaires aboard a yacht that sinks, dumping them on a deserted island. Starring Woody Harrelson, Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean, we’re expecting another biting satire from the Swedish director (pictured center, with cast).Hide Caption 13 of 37<strong>"Ahed's Knee" (directed by Nadav Lapid) -- </strong>Lapid (pictured left on the set of 2019 Berlin Film Festival Golden Bear-winner "Synonyms") returns with what is <a href="https://www.screendaily.com/news/nadav-lapid-to-preside-over-venices-giornate-degli-autori-jury/5151587.article" target="_blank">reportedly</a> a semi-autobiographical movie. Set in a <a href="http://www.komplizenfilm.de/d/films/aheds-knie.html" target="_blank">remote desert village</a>, it centers on an Israeli filmmaker caught in dual battles, <a href="https://cinereach.org/films/aheds-knee/" target="_blank">"against the death of freedom" and "the death of a mother." </a>Debuting at Cannes this summer.<strong>"Ahed's Knee" (directed by Nadav Lapid) -- </strong>Lapid (pictured left on the set of 2019 Berlin Film Festival Golden Bear-winner "Synonyms") returns with what is <a href="https://www.screendaily.com/news/nadav-lapid-to-preside-over-venices-giornate-degli-autori-jury/5151587.article" target="_blank">reportedly</a> a semi-autobiographical movie. Set in a <a href="http://www.komplizenfilm.de/d/films/aheds-knie.html" target="_blank">remote desert village</a>, it centers on an Israeli filmmaker caught in dual battles, <a href="https://cinereach.org/films/aheds-knee/" target="_blank">"against the death of freedom" and "the death of a mother." </a>Debuting at Cannes this summer. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Ahed’s Knee” (directed by Nadav Lapid) — Lapid (pictured left on the set of 2019 Berlin Film Festival Golden Bear-winner “Synonyms”) returns with what is reportedly a semi-autobiographical movie. Set in a remote desert village, it centers on an Israeli filmmaker caught in dual battles, “against the death of freedom” and “the death of a mother.” Debuting at Cannes this summer.Hide Caption 14 of 37<strong>"Memoria" (directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul) --</strong> Weerasethakul, a Palme d'Or winner at Cannes for 2010's "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," returns with Tilda Swinton (pictured) as his star in a project that's as opaque as it is intriguing for fans of the Thai director's work. Swinton plays a <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2020/02/apichatpong-weerasethakul-tilda-swinton-memoria-1202211495/" target="_blank">Scottish orchid farmer</a> in Colombia who is tormented by <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/global/tilda-swinton-apichatpong-weerasethakul-memoria-1203313969/" target="_blank">bangs in the night</a>. It's the first feature the director has filmed outside of Thailand; we're excited to see what shape his unique brand of visual poetry finds abroad. In competition at Cannes this July.<strong>"Memoria" (directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul) --</strong> Weerasethakul, a Palme d'Or winner at Cannes for 2010's "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," returns with Tilda Swinton (pictured) as his star in a project that's as opaque as it is intriguing for fans of the Thai director's work. Swinton plays a <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2020/02/apichatpong-weerasethakul-tilda-swinton-memoria-1202211495/" target="_blank">Scottish orchid farmer</a> in Colombia who is tormented by <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/global/tilda-swinton-apichatpong-weerasethakul-memoria-1203313969/" target="_blank">bangs in the night</a>. It's the first feature the director has filmed outside of Thailand; we're excited to see what shape his unique brand of visual poetry finds abroad. In competition at Cannes this July. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Memoria” (directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul) — Weerasethakul, a Palme d’Or winner at Cannes for 2010’s “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives,” returns with Tilda Swinton (pictured) as his star in a project that’s as opaque as it is intriguing for fans of the Thai director’s work. Swinton plays a Scottish orchid farmer in Colombia who is tormented by bangs in the night. It’s the first feature the director has filmed outside of Thailand; we’re excited to see what shape his unique brand of visual poetry finds abroad. In competition at Cannes this July.Hide Caption 15 of 37<strong>"Fire" (directed by Claire Denis) -- </strong>Denis (pictured) put her adaptation of "The Stars at Noon" (starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley) on the backburner due to the pandemic, and moved on to "<a href="https://deadline.com/2020/11/claire-denis-juliette-binoche-vincent-lindon-radioscopie-1234622331/" target="_blank">Fire</a>," starring Juliet Binoche and Vincent Lindon. The film is <a href="https://deadline.com/2021/02/claire-denis-wraps-juliette-binoche-vincent-lindon-romance-fire-1234686225/" target="_blank">reportedly</a> about a love triangle involving a woman caught between her partner and his best friend. Denis and Binoche worked together on "High Life" and "Let the Sunshine In," while Denis' protégé <a href="https://cnn.com/style/article/mati-diop-cannes-2019-atlantics/index.html" target="_blank">Mati Diop </a>steps back in front of the camera after her 2019 Cannes winning directorial debut "Atlantics."<strong>"Fire" (directed by Claire Denis) -- </strong>Denis (pictured) put her adaptation of "The Stars at Noon" (starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley) on the backburner due to the pandemic, and moved on to "<a href="https://deadline.com/2020/11/claire-denis-juliette-binoche-vincent-lindon-radioscopie-1234622331/" target="_blank">Fire</a>," starring Juliet Binoche and Vincent Lindon. The film is <a href="https://deadline.com/2021/02/claire-denis-wraps-juliette-binoche-vincent-lindon-romance-fire-1234686225/" target="_blank">reportedly</a> about a love triangle involving a woman caught between her partner and his best friend. Denis and Binoche worked together on "High Life" and "Let the Sunshine In," while Denis' protégé <a href="https://cnn.com/style/article/mati-diop-cannes-2019-atlantics/index.html" target="_blank">Mati Diop </a>steps back in front of the camera after her 2019 Cannes winning directorial debut "Atlantics." Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Fire” (directed by Claire Denis) — Denis (pictured) put her adaptation of “The Stars at Noon” (starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley) on the backburner due to the pandemic, and moved on to “Fire,” starring Juliet Binoche and Vincent Lindon. The film is reportedly about a love triangle involving a woman caught between her partner and his best friend. Denis and Binoche worked together on “High Life” and “Let the Sunshine In,” while Denis’ protégé Mati Diop steps back in front of the camera after her 2019 Cannes winning directorial debut “Atlantics.”Hide Caption 16 of 37<strong>"Your Name" (directed by Lee Isaac Chung) --</strong> One of the most celebrated anime films in recent years is getting a live action remake by one of this year's most acclaimed directors. Makoto Shinkai's 2016 body-swap romance (pictured) <a href="https://deadline.com/2020/09/lee-isaac-chung-paramount-and-bad-robot-your-name-1234579603/" target="_blank">will be reimagined </a>by Chung, the writer/director of "Minari," with J.J. Abrams producing. The beloved original grossed a whopping <a href="https://www.boxofficemojo.com/release/rl842957825/weekend/" target="_blank">$234 million</a> in Japan, so no doubt there are great expectations attached to this remake.<strong>"Your Name" (directed by Lee Isaac Chung) --</strong> One of the most celebrated anime films in recent years is getting a live action remake by one of this year's most acclaimed directors. Makoto Shinkai's 2016 body-swap romance (pictured) <a href="https://deadline.com/2020/09/lee-isaac-chung-paramount-and-bad-robot-your-name-1234579603/" target="_blank">will be reimagined </a>by Chung, the writer/director of "Minari," with J.J. Abrams producing. The beloved original grossed a whopping <a href="https://www.boxofficemojo.com/release/rl842957825/weekend/" target="_blank">$234 million</a> in Japan, so no doubt there are great expectations attached to this remake. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Your Name” (directed by Lee Isaac Chung) — One of the most celebrated anime films in recent years is getting a live action remake by one of this year’s most acclaimed directors. Makoto Shinkai’s 2016 body-swap romance (pictured) will be reimagined by Chung, the writer/director of “Minari,” with J.J. Abrams producing. The beloved original grossed a whopping $234 million in Japan, so no doubt there are great expectations attached to this remake.Hide Caption 17 of 37<strong>"I'm a Virgo" (directed by Boots Riley) --</strong> Boots Riley (pictured) directing Jharrel Jerome ("When They See Us," "Moonlight") sounds like a delightful combination, while the concept behind this Amazon series looks to be totally off the wall. A coming of age story about a 13-foot-tall Black man living in Oakland, California, "this show will either have me lauded or banned," <a href="https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/boots-riley-jharrel-jerome-im-a-virgo-amazon-1234853017/" target="_blank">Riley has joked</a>. We know what a provocateur the director can be (see his debut "Sorry to Bother You"), so expect someone -- maybe everyone? -- will get skewered. <strong>"I'm a Virgo" (directed by Boots Riley) --</strong> Boots Riley (pictured) directing Jharrel Jerome ("When They See Us," "Moonlight") sounds like a delightful combination, while the concept behind this Amazon series looks to be totally off the wall. A coming of age story about a 13-foot-tall Black man living in Oakland, California, "this show will either have me lauded or banned," <a href="https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/boots-riley-jharrel-jerome-im-a-virgo-amazon-1234853017/" target="_blank">Riley has joked</a>. We know what a provocateur the director can be (see his debut "Sorry to Bother You"), so expect someone -- maybe everyone? -- will get skewered. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”I’m a Virgo” (directed by Boots Riley) — Boots Riley (pictured) directing Jharrel Jerome (“When They See Us,” “Moonlight”) sounds like a delightful combination, while the concept behind this Amazon series looks to be totally off the wall. A coming of age story about a 13-foot-tall Black man living in Oakland, California, “this show will either have me lauded or banned,” Riley has joked. We know what a provocateur the director can be (see his debut “Sorry to Bother You”), so expect someone — maybe everyone? — will get skewered. Hide Caption 18 of 37<strong>"Annette" (directed by Leos Carax) --</strong> Carax hasn't made a feature since 2012's indefinable, unforgettable "Holy Motors," so whatever came next was always going to be hotly anticipated. Written by US cult band Sparks and playing out nearly entirely in song, "Annette" is <a href="https://deadline.com/2019/10/simon-helberg-adam-driver-marion-cotillard-amazon-annette-1202755240/" target="_blank">reportedly</a> set in Los Angeles and features Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver as star-crossed lovers. Acquired by Amazon Studios way <a href="https://variety.com/2017/film/news/amazon-adam-driver-rihanna-rooney-mara-1202008857/" target="_blank">back in 2017</a>, it will open the Cannes Film Festival this July.<strong>"Annette" (directed by Leos Carax) --</strong> Carax hasn't made a feature since 2012's indefinable, unforgettable "Holy Motors," so whatever came next was always going to be hotly anticipated. Written by US cult band Sparks and playing out nearly entirely in song, "Annette" is <a href="https://deadline.com/2019/10/simon-helberg-adam-driver-marion-cotillard-amazon-annette-1202755240/" target="_blank">reportedly</a> set in Los Angeles and features Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver as star-crossed lovers. Acquired by Amazon Studios way <a href="https://variety.com/2017/film/news/amazon-adam-driver-rihanna-rooney-mara-1202008857/" target="_blank">back in 2017</a>, it will open the Cannes Film Festival this July. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Annette” (directed by Leos Carax) — Carax hasn’t made a feature since 2012’s indefinable, unforgettable “Holy Motors,” so whatever came next was always going to be hotly anticipated. Written by US cult band Sparks and playing out nearly entirely in song, “Annette” is reportedly set in Los Angeles and features Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver as star-crossed lovers. Acquired by Amazon Studios way back in 2017, it will open the Cannes Film Festival this July.Hide Caption 19 of 37<strong>"The Northman" (directed by Robert Eggers) --</strong> After sending Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson to watery hell in "The Lighthouse," Eggers (pictured right, with Pattinson on the set) has an epic on his hands with 10th century Icelandic thriller "The Northman." Eggers reunites with Dafoe and Anya Taylor-Joy ("The Witch"), and <a href="https://www.focusfeatures.com/article/seven_movies_focus-2021-slate" target="_blank">Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke and Björk </a>join the party, with Alexander Skarsgard leading as a prince out for revenge. Production wrapped last December, and soundbites from the cast suggest <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2020/12/robert-eggers-wraps-production-the-northman-details-1234604038/" target="_blank">awe and terror</a> -- so just another day at the office for Eggers then.<strong>"The Northman" (directed by Robert Eggers) --</strong> After sending Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson to watery hell in "The Lighthouse," Eggers (pictured right, with Pattinson on the set) has an epic on his hands with 10th century Icelandic thriller "The Northman." Eggers reunites with Dafoe and Anya Taylor-Joy ("The Witch"), and <a href="https://www.focusfeatures.com/article/seven_movies_focus-2021-slate" target="_blank">Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke and Björk </a>join the party, with Alexander Skarsgard leading as a prince out for revenge. Production wrapped last December, and soundbites from the cast suggest <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2020/12/robert-eggers-wraps-production-the-northman-details-1234604038/" target="_blank">awe and terror</a> -- so just another day at the office for Eggers then. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Northman” (directed by Robert Eggers) — After sending Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson to watery hell in “The Lighthouse,” Eggers (pictured right, with Pattinson on the set) has an epic on his hands with 10th century Icelandic thriller “The Northman.” Eggers reunites with Dafoe and Anya Taylor-Joy (“The Witch”), and Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke and Björk join the party, with Alexander Skarsgard leading as a prince out for revenge. Production wrapped last December, and soundbites from the cast suggest awe and terror — so just another day at the office for Eggers then.Hide Caption 20 of 37<strong>"How Do You Live?" (directed by Hayao Miyazaki) --</strong> Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki retired in <a href="https://cnn.com/2014/08/10/world/asia/studio-ghibli-miyazaki-future/index.html" target="_blank">2013</a> but like a cuddly Michael Corleone, he was pulled back in. Reportedly Miyazaki's motivation was to <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2017/10/hayao-miyazaki-comes-out-retirement-explained-1201890713/" target="_blank">make a film for his grandson</a>. If "How Do You Live?" sticks to the source text, Yoshino Genzaburo's 1937 novel, it will follow the spiritual journey of a teenage boy who moves in with his uncle after his father's death. In 2020, the film's producer said he hoped it would be finished "<a href="https://ew.com/movies/studio-ghibli-hayao-miyazaki-how-do-you-live/" target="_blank">in the next three years</a>," so it's still a way off. Bring tissues; we're expecting tears.<strong>"How Do You Live?" (directed by Hayao Miyazaki) --</strong> Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki retired in <a href="https://cnn.com/2014/08/10/world/asia/studio-ghibli-miyazaki-future/index.html" target="_blank">2013</a> but like a cuddly Michael Corleone, he was pulled back in. Reportedly Miyazaki's motivation was to <a href="https://www.indiewire.com/2017/10/hayao-miyazaki-comes-out-retirement-explained-1201890713/" target="_blank">make a film for his grandson</a>. If "How Do You Live?" sticks to the source text, Yoshino Genzaburo's 1937 novel, it will follow the spiritual journey of a teenage boy who moves in with his uncle after his father's death. In 2020, the film's producer said he hoped it would be finished "<a href="https://ew.com/movies/studio-ghibli-hayao-miyazaki-how-do-you-live/" target="_blank">in the next three years</a>," so it's still a way off. Bring tissues; we're expecting tears. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”How Do You Live?” (directed by Hayao Miyazaki) — Studio Ghibli co-founder Miyazaki retired in 2013 but like a cuddly Michael Corleone, he was pulled back in. Reportedly Miyazaki’s motivation was to make a film for his grandson. If “How Do You Live?” sticks to the source text, Yoshino Genzaburo’s 1937 novel, it will follow the spiritual journey of a teenage boy who moves in with his uncle after his father’s death. In 2020, the film’s producer said he hoped it would be finished “in the next three years,” so it’s still a way off. Bring tissues; we’re expecting tears.Hide Caption 21 of 37<strong>"Titane" (directed by Julia Ducournau) -- </strong>French director Ducournau (pictured) spiked the coming of age formula with a dose of cannibalism in 2016's "Raw," and since then we've been waiting with bated breath. "<a href="https://www.fondation-gan.com/laureats-et-films/gan-laureats/titane" target="_blank">Titane</a>" is said to begin with a young man reappearing after 10 years -- much to the relief of his parents, but he arrives just as questions emerge about a string of murders. Neon bought US rights to Ducournau's second feature in <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/news/neon-nabs-titane-follow-up-feature-from-raw-director-julia-ducournau-1203330342/" target="_blank">2019</a> and it now finds itself in the running for the Palme d'Or at Cannes.<strong>"Titane" (directed by Julia Ducournau) -- </strong>French director Ducournau (pictured) spiked the coming of age formula with a dose of cannibalism in 2016's "Raw," and since then we've been waiting with bated breath. "<a href="https://www.fondation-gan.com/laureats-et-films/gan-laureats/titane" target="_blank">Titane</a>" is said to begin with a young man reappearing after 10 years -- much to the relief of his parents, but he arrives just as questions emerge about a string of murders. Neon bought US rights to Ducournau's second feature in <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/news/neon-nabs-titane-follow-up-feature-from-raw-director-julia-ducournau-1203330342/" target="_blank">2019</a> and it now finds itself in the running for the Palme d'Or at Cannes. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Titane” (directed by Julia Ducournau) — French director Ducournau (pictured) spiked the coming of age formula with a dose of cannibalism in 2016’s “Raw,” and since then we’ve been waiting with bated breath. “Titane” is said to begin with a young man reappearing after 10 years — much to the relief of his parents, but he arrives just as questions emerge about a string of murders. Neon bought US rights to Ducournau’s second feature in 2019 and it now finds itself in the running for the Palme d’Or at Cannes.Hide Caption 22 of 37<strong>Untitled Spike Lee Viagra musical -- </strong>Lee had a big 2020, with "Da 5 Bloods" and David Byrne concert film "American Utopia" proving critical hits. His next project will be <a href="https://deadline.com/2020/11/spike-lee-viagra-musical-film-pfizer-eone-pre-covid-miracle-drug-kwame-kwei-armah-1234616563/" target="_blank">a musical about Viagra and the true events surrounding its discovery</a>. The film's hilarious premise has some serious talent behind it; Lee is working from a screenplay co-written with artistic director of the Young Vic theater Kwame Kwei-Armah, and songs and music are by Tony award-winner Stew Stewart and nominee Heidi Rodewald. If you're feeling a little blue, this is sure to perk you up.<strong>Untitled Spike Lee Viagra musical -- </strong>Lee had a big 2020, with "Da 5 Bloods" and David Byrne concert film "American Utopia" proving critical hits. His next project will be <a href="https://deadline.com/2020/11/spike-lee-viagra-musical-film-pfizer-eone-pre-covid-miracle-drug-kwame-kwei-armah-1234616563/" target="_blank">a musical about Viagra and the true events surrounding its discovery</a>. The film's hilarious premise has some serious talent behind it; Lee is working from a screenplay co-written with artistic director of the Young Vic theater Kwame Kwei-Armah, and songs and music are by Tony award-winner Stew Stewart and nominee Heidi Rodewald. If you're feeling a little blue, this is sure to perk you up. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited aboutUntitled Spike Lee Viagra musical — Lee had a big 2020, with “Da 5 Bloods” and David Byrne concert film “American Utopia” proving critical hits. His next project will be a musical about Viagra and the true events surrounding its discovery. The film’s hilarious premise has some serious talent behind it; Lee is working from a screenplay co-written with artistic director of the Young Vic theater Kwame Kwei-Armah, and songs and music are by Tony award-winner Stew Stewart and nominee Heidi Rodewald. If you’re feeling a little blue, this is sure to perk you up.Hide Caption 23 of 37<strong>"Madres paralelas" (directed by Pedro Almodóvar) -- </strong>Pedro Almodóvar and Penélope Cruz reunite after the director's semi-autobiographical hit "Pain and Glory." Almodóvar has said the story is set in Madrid and tracks the parallel lives of two mothers who give birth on the same day. Filming is reportedly scheduled to begin <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/global/penelope-cruz-to-star-in-pedro-almodovars-upcoming-feature-madres-paralelas-filming-in-march-global-bulletin-1234900502/" target="_blank">in March</a>.<strong>"Madres paralelas" (directed by Pedro Almodóvar) -- </strong>Pedro Almodóvar and Penélope Cruz reunite after the director's semi-autobiographical hit "Pain and Glory." Almodóvar has said the story is set in Madrid and tracks the parallel lives of two mothers who give birth on the same day. Filming is reportedly scheduled to begin <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/global/penelope-cruz-to-star-in-pedro-almodovars-upcoming-feature-madres-paralelas-filming-in-march-global-bulletin-1234900502/" target="_blank">in March</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Madres paralelas” (directed by Pedro Almodóvar) — Pedro Almodóvar and Penélope Cruz reunite after the director’s semi-autobiographical hit “Pain and Glory.” Almodóvar has said the story is set in Madrid and tracks the parallel lives of two mothers who give birth on the same day. Filming is reportedly scheduled to begin in March.Hide Caption 24 of 37<strong>"Lingui" (directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun) -- </strong>Chad's most celebrated director returns to the country of his birth after 2017's Paris-set "A Season in France." In "<a href="https://cineuropa.org/en/film/387874/" target="_blank">Lingui</a>," single mother Amina must help her 15-year-old daughter when she is raped and becomes pregnant, but an abortion in Islamic Chad is fraught with peril. Playing in competition for the Palme d'Or at Cannes.<strong>"Lingui" (directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun) -- </strong>Chad's most celebrated director returns to the country of his birth after 2017's Paris-set "A Season in France." In "<a href="https://cineuropa.org/en/film/387874/" target="_blank">Lingui</a>," single mother Amina must help her 15-year-old daughter when she is raped and becomes pregnant, but an abortion in Islamic Chad is fraught with peril. Playing in competition for the Palme d'Or at Cannes. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Lingui” (directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun) — Chad’s most celebrated director returns to the country of his birth after 2017’s Paris-set “A Season in France.” In “Lingui,” single mother Amina must help her 15-year-old daughter when she is raped and becomes pregnant, but an abortion in Islamic Chad is fraught with peril. Playing in competition for the Palme d’Or at Cannes.Hide Caption 25 of 37<strong>"The Power of the Dog" (directed by Jane Campion) --</strong> Jane Campion (pictured right) heads to Netflix for her adaptation of Thomas Savage's 1967 novel of the same name. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, the US-set plot follows the fate of polar-opposite brothers Phil and George Burbank, and the fallout when George marries local widow Rose. Cumberbatch as sadistic brother Phil mounting a campaign against Dunst's Rose sounds like great casting for this pyschodrama. Filmed in New Zealand in 2020, it will be released by <a href="http://www.see-saw-films.com/film/the-power-of-the-dog/#about" target="_blank">Netflix later this year</a>.<strong>"The Power of the Dog" (directed by Jane Campion) --</strong> Jane Campion (pictured right) heads to Netflix for her adaptation of Thomas Savage's 1967 novel of the same name. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, the US-set plot follows the fate of polar-opposite brothers Phil and George Burbank, and the fallout when George marries local widow Rose. Cumberbatch as sadistic brother Phil mounting a campaign against Dunst's Rose sounds like great casting for this pyschodrama. Filmed in New Zealand in 2020, it will be released by <a href="http://www.see-saw-films.com/film/the-power-of-the-dog/#about" target="_blank">Netflix later this year</a>. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Power of the Dog” (directed by Jane Campion) — Jane Campion (pictured right) heads to Netflix for her adaptation of Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel of the same name. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, the US-set plot follows the fate of polar-opposite brothers Phil and George Burbank, and the fallout when George marries local widow Rose. Cumberbatch as sadistic brother Phil mounting a campaign against Dunst’s Rose sounds like great casting for this pyschodrama. Filmed in New Zealand in 2020, it will be released by Netflix later this year.Hide Caption 26 of 37<strong>"The Matrix 4" (directed by Lana Wachowski) -- </strong>One of cinema's most influential sci-fi franchises returns after an 18-year hiatus with Lana Wachowski writing and directing. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith are back, with newcomers Priyanka Chopra, Jonathan Groff and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II joining the fray. Scheduled for December, the trailer hadn't been released at the time of writing and the plot details are a closely-guarded secret.<strong>"The Matrix 4" (directed by Lana Wachowski) -- </strong>One of cinema's most influential sci-fi franchises returns after an 18-year hiatus with Lana Wachowski writing and directing. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith are back, with newcomers Priyanka Chopra, Jonathan Groff and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II joining the fray. Scheduled for December, the trailer hadn't been released at the time of writing and the plot details are a closely-guarded secret. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Matrix 4″ (directed by Lana Wachowski) — One of cinema’s most influential sci-fi franchises returns after an 18-year hiatus with Lana Wachowski writing and directing. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith are back, with newcomers Priyanka Chopra, Jonathan Groff and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II joining the fray. Scheduled for December, the trailer hadn’t been released at the time of writing and the plot details are a closely-guarded secret.Hide Caption 27 of 37<strong>"Gagarine" (directed by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh) -- </strong>Sixteen-year-old Yuri lives on the outskirts of Paris and dreams of outer space. When his home, Gagarin Towers, named after the Soviet cosmonaut, is threatened with demolition he joins the resistance, intent on saving the building and community that raised him. Social commentary abounds: the very real Cité Gagrine was <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/11/world/europe/france-communists-cite-gagarine-paris.html" target="_blank">demolished in 2019</a>. Selected for Cannes 2020, "Gagarine" missed out on a grand debut when the festival was cancelled, but the film has fared well at other festivals.<strong>"Gagarine" (directed by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh) -- </strong>Sixteen-year-old Yuri lives on the outskirts of Paris and dreams of outer space. When his home, Gagarin Towers, named after the Soviet cosmonaut, is threatened with demolition he joins the resistance, intent on saving the building and community that raised him. Social commentary abounds: the very real Cité Gagrine was <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/11/world/europe/france-communists-cite-gagarine-paris.html" target="_blank">demolished in 2019</a>. Selected for Cannes 2020, "Gagarine" missed out on a grand debut when the festival was cancelled, but the film has fared well at other festivals. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Gagarine” (directed by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh) — Sixteen-year-old Yuri lives on the outskirts of Paris and dreams of outer space. When his home, Gagarin Towers, named after the Soviet cosmonaut, is threatened with demolition he joins the resistance, intent on saving the building and community that raised him. Social commentary abounds: the very real Cité Gagrine was demolished in 2019. Selected for Cannes 2020, “Gagarine” missed out on a grand debut when the festival was cancelled, but the film has fared well at other festivals.Hide Caption 28 of 37<strong>"Nine Days" (directed by Edson Oda) --</strong> We love high concept sci-fi that takes a swing, and Edson Oda takes a big one with his existential feature debut. Winston Duke stars as Will, a mystical being who must interview candidates for the vacancy of a new life on Earth. These unborn souls are tested, and face oblivion should they fail, but one candidate, Emma (Zazie Beetz), presents a test for Will himself. After delays the movie will be released this summer.<strong>"Nine Days" (directed by Edson Oda) --</strong> We love high concept sci-fi that takes a swing, and Edson Oda takes a big one with his existential feature debut. Winston Duke stars as Will, a mystical being who must interview candidates for the vacancy of a new life on Earth. These unborn souls are tested, and face oblivion should they fail, but one candidate, Emma (Zazie Beetz), presents a test for Will himself. After delays the movie will be released this summer. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Nine Days” (directed by Edson Oda) — We love high concept sci-fi that takes a swing, and Edson Oda takes a big one with his existential feature debut. Winston Duke stars as Will, a mystical being who must interview candidates for the vacancy of a new life on Earth. These unborn souls are tested, and face oblivion should they fail, but one candidate, Emma (Zazie Beetz), presents a test for Will himself. After delays the movie will be released this summer.Hide Caption 29 of 37<strong>"The Batman" (directed by Matt Reeves) --</strong> By our count Robert Pattinson (pictured) is the 11th actor to play the superhero on the big screen, and from what we've seen so far, his Bruce Wayne is giving off strong goth vibes. One of the most interesting actors of his generation will be aided by a stacked supporting cast including Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler and Colin Farrell as The Penguin. Covid-related interruptions to Reeves' film -- <a href="https://cnn.com/2020/09/03/entertainment/the-batman-robert-pattinson-covid/index.html" target="_blank">including Pattinson contracting the virus</a> -- mean we'll have to wait until March 2022 for its release, but <a href="https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/gotham-pd-series-hbo-max-the-batman-matt-reeves-terence-winter-1234703127/" target="_blank">a spin-off series</a> on HBO Max is already in the works.<strong>"The Batman" (directed by Matt Reeves) --</strong> By our count Robert Pattinson (pictured) is the 11th actor to play the superhero on the big screen, and from what we've seen so far, his Bruce Wayne is giving off strong goth vibes. One of the most interesting actors of his generation will be aided by a stacked supporting cast including Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler and Colin Farrell as The Penguin. Covid-related interruptions to Reeves' film -- <a href="https://cnn.com/2020/09/03/entertainment/the-batman-robert-pattinson-covid/index.html" target="_blank">including Pattinson contracting the virus</a> -- mean we'll have to wait until March 2022 for its release, but <a href="https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/gotham-pd-series-hbo-max-the-batman-matt-reeves-terence-winter-1234703127/" target="_blank">a spin-off series</a> on HBO Max is already in the works. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”The Batman” (directed by Matt Reeves) — By our count Robert Pattinson (pictured) is the 11th actor to play the superhero on the big screen, and from what we’ve seen so far, his Bruce Wayne is giving off strong goth vibes. One of the most interesting actors of his generation will be aided by a stacked supporting cast including Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler and Colin Farrell as The Penguin. Covid-related interruptions to Reeves’ film — including Pattinson contracting the virus — mean we’ll have to wait until March 2022 for its release, but a spin-off series on HBO Max is already in the works.Hide Caption 30 of 37<strong>"Old" (directed by M. Night Shyamalan) -- </strong>The mercurial director returns with what looks like another tantalizing thriller. Gael García Bernal (pictured), Vicky Krieps and Rufus Sewell star as victims of a mysterious tropical beach that causes the tourists who land on it to rapidly age. Get ready for the holiday of a lifetime -- literally. <strong>"Old" (directed by M. Night Shyamalan) -- </strong>The mercurial director returns with what looks like another tantalizing thriller. Gael García Bernal (pictured), Vicky Krieps and Rufus Sewell star as victims of a mysterious tropical beach that causes the tourists who land on it to rapidly age. Get ready for the holiday of a lifetime -- literally. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Old” (directed by M. Night Shyamalan) — The mercurial director returns with what looks like another tantalizing thriller. Gael García Bernal (pictured), Vicky Krieps and Rufus Sewell star as victims of a mysterious tropical beach that causes the tourists who land on it to rapidly age. Get ready for the holiday of a lifetime — literally. Hide Caption 31 of 37<strong>"'83" (directed by Kabir Khan) -- </strong>The '83 in the title of Khan's highly-anticipated Bollywood movie refers to 1983, the year India's cricket team made history by clinching the Cricket World Cup for the first time. That team was captained by an imperious Kapil Dev, played here by Ranveer Singh (pictured), who spearheads a cast that includes Tahir Raj Bhasin as legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar and Deepika Padukone as Dev's wife Romi. Scheduled for release in India <a href="https://www.ndtv.com/entertainment/ranveer-singhs-83-gets-a-release-date-see-you-in-cinemas-2374451" target="_blank">in June</a>, sporting biopics don't come much bigger.<br /><strong>"'83" (directed by Kabir Khan) -- </strong>The '83 in the title of Khan's highly-anticipated Bollywood movie refers to 1983, the year India's cricket team made history by clinching the Cricket World Cup for the first time. That team was captained by an imperious Kapil Dev, played here by Ranveer Singh (pictured), who spearheads a cast that includes Tahir Raj Bhasin as legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar and Deepika Padukone as Dev's wife Romi. Scheduled for release in India <a href="https://www.ndtv.com/entertainment/ranveer-singhs-83-gets-a-release-date-see-you-in-cinemas-2374451" target="_blank">in June</a>, sporting biopics don't come much bigger.<br /> Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”’83” (directed by Kabir Khan) — The ’83 in the title of Khan’s highly-anticipated Bollywood movie refers to 1983, the year India’s cricket team made history by clinching the Cricket World Cup for the first time. That team was captained by an imperious Kapil Dev, played here by Ranveer Singh (pictured), who spearheads a cast that includes Tahir Raj Bhasin as legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar and Deepika Padukone as Dev’s wife Romi. Scheduled for release in India in June, sporting biopics don’t come much bigger.Hide Caption 32 of 37<strong>"House of Gucci" (directed by Ridley Scott) -- </strong>Based on the novel "The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed," Scott's movie stars Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci and Lady Gaga as his wife Patrizia Reggiani in a real-life tale of crime and couture. The fashion boss was shot outside his office in Milan in 1995, with Reggiani sentenced to 29 years in prison for orchestrating the assassination. Scott, now in his eighties, is prolific as ever, with historical action flick "The Last Duel" (also starring Driver) already wrapped. This one is released in November.<strong>"House of Gucci" (directed by Ridley Scott) -- </strong>Based on the novel "The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed," Scott's movie stars Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci and Lady Gaga as his wife Patrizia Reggiani in a real-life tale of crime and couture. The fashion boss was shot outside his office in Milan in 1995, with Reggiani sentenced to 29 years in prison for orchestrating the assassination. Scott, now in his eighties, is prolific as ever, with historical action flick "The Last Duel" (also starring Driver) already wrapped. This one is released in November. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”House of Gucci” (directed by Ridley Scott) — Based on the novel “The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed,” Scott’s movie stars Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci and Lady Gaga as his wife Patrizia Reggiani in a real-life tale of crime and couture. The fashion boss was shot outside his office in Milan in 1995, with Reggiani sentenced to 29 years in prison for orchestrating the assassination. Scott, now in his eighties, is prolific as ever, with historical action flick “The Last Duel” (also starring Driver) already wrapped. This one is released in November.Hide Caption 33 of 37<strong>"Irma Vep" (directed by Olivier Assayas) -- </strong>Assayas' much-loved 90s movie starring Maggie Cheung (pictured) is getting a TV reboot from the French director, with backing from HBO and A24. His lead this time around is Alicia Vikander, playing Mira, a disillusioned American movie star who moves to France to remake the classic silent film "Les Vampires." When Mira loses herself in her character, fiction and reality blur.<strong>"Irma Vep" (directed by Olivier Assayas) -- </strong>Assayas' much-loved 90s movie starring Maggie Cheung (pictured) is getting a TV reboot from the French director, with backing from HBO and A24. His lead this time around is Alicia Vikander, playing Mira, a disillusioned American movie star who moves to France to remake the classic silent film "Les Vampires." When Mira loses herself in her character, fiction and reality blur. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Irma Vep” (directed by Olivier Assayas) — Assayas’ much-loved 90s movie starring Maggie Cheung (pictured) is getting a TV reboot from the French director, with backing from HBO and A24. His lead this time around is Alicia Vikander, playing Mira, a disillusioned American movie star who moves to France to remake the classic silent film “Les Vampires.” When Mira loses herself in her character, fiction and reality blur.Hide Caption 34 of 37<strong>"Mr. and Mrs. Smith" (created by and starring Donald Glover and Phoebe Waller-Bridge) -- </strong>Two of TV's brightest stars team up for this Amazon series, based on the 2005 film about married assassins commissioned to kill each other. We can only assume the creators of "Atlanta" and "Fleabag" will star as Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Expect fireworks and plenty of wit -- Glover and Waller-Bridge appeared together in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and their banter was one of the film's highlights.<strong>"Mr. and Mrs. Smith" (created by and starring Donald Glover and Phoebe Waller-Bridge) -- </strong>Two of TV's brightest stars team up for this Amazon series, based on the 2005 film about married assassins commissioned to kill each other. We can only assume the creators of "Atlanta" and "Fleabag" will star as Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Expect fireworks and plenty of wit -- Glover and Waller-Bridge appeared together in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and their banter was one of the film's highlights. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Mr. and Mrs. Smith” (created by and starring Donald Glover and Phoebe Waller-Bridge) — Two of TV’s brightest stars team up for this Amazon series, based on the 2005 film about married assassins commissioned to kill each other. We can only assume the creators of “Atlanta” and “Fleabag” will star as Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Expect fireworks and plenty of wit — Glover and Waller-Bridge appeared together in “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and their banter was one of the film’s highlights.Hide Caption 35 of 37<strong>"Lord of the Rings" (J.D. Payne & Patrick McKay showrunners) -- </strong>Peter Jackson's trilogy (pictured) was a box office titan and critical hit, so it makes sense that Amazon is going all-out with its TV series (which, it should be noted, has nothing to do with Jackson). It's set thousands of years before "The Lord of the Rings," with writers mining J.R.R. Tolkien's prequel novel "The Silmarillion" for material. While the cast is new to Middle-earth, the setting will look familiar to audiences -- filming took place in New Zealand. <strong>"Lord of the Rings" (J.D. Payne & Patrick McKay showrunners) -- </strong>Peter Jackson's trilogy (pictured) was a box office titan and critical hit, so it makes sense that Amazon is going all-out with its TV series (which, it should be noted, has nothing to do with Jackson). It's set thousands of years before "The Lord of the Rings," with writers mining J.R.R. Tolkien's prequel novel "The Silmarillion" for material. While the cast is new to Middle-earth, the setting will look familiar to audiences -- filming took place in New Zealand. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Lord of the Rings” (J.D. Payne & Patrick McKay showrunners) — Peter Jackson’s trilogy (pictured) was a box office titan and critical hit, so it makes sense that Amazon is going all-out with its TV series (which, it should be noted, has nothing to do with Jackson). It’s set thousands of years before “The Lord of the Rings,” with writers mining J.R.R. Tolkien’s prequel novel “The Silmarillion” for material. While the cast is new to Middle-earth, the setting will look familiar to audiences — filming took place in New Zealand. Hide Caption 36 of 37<strong>"Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)" (directed by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson) -- </strong>If you're missing live music, this electric documentary is sure to scratch that itch. Thompson has recovered lost footage of the Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969, when a veritable who's who of Black musical excellence -- from Nina Simone to Stevie Wonder<strong> </strong>to Hugh Masekela -- graced the stage in Mount Morris Park, New York. A winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival, this celebration of an event dubbed the "Black Woodstock" was <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/festivals/ahmir-questlove-thompson-summer-of-soul-documentary-searchlight-pictures-hulu-sundance-1234901465/" target="_blank">bought by Searchlight Pictures and Hulu</a> and is set for a <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/news/questloves-documentary-summer-of-soul-release-date-1234944207/" target="_blank">July 2</a> release in the US.<strong>"Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)" (directed by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson) -- </strong>If you're missing live music, this electric documentary is sure to scratch that itch. Thompson has recovered lost footage of the Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969, when a veritable who's who of Black musical excellence -- from Nina Simone to Stevie Wonder<strong> </strong>to Hugh Masekela -- graced the stage in Mount Morris Park, New York. A winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival, this celebration of an event dubbed the "Black Woodstock" was <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/festivals/ahmir-questlove-thompson-summer-of-soul-documentary-searchlight-pictures-hulu-sundance-1234901465/" target="_blank">bought by Searchlight Pictures and Hulu</a> and is set for a <a href="https://variety.com/2021/film/news/questloves-documentary-summer-of-soul-release-date-1234944207/" target="_blank">July 2</a> release in the US. Photos: What to watch: The movies and TV shows we're most excited about”Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” (directed by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson) — If you’re missing live music, this electric documentary is sure to scratch that itch. Thompson has recovered lost footage of the Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969, when a veritable who’s who of Black musical excellence — from Nina Simone to Stevie Wonder to Hugh Masekela — graced the stage in Mount Morris Park, New York. A winner at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, this celebration of an event dubbed the “Black Woodstock” was bought by Searchlight Pictures and Hulu and is set for a July 2 release in the US.Hide Caption 37 of 3716 cnn film school hot list03 cnn film school hot list05 cnn film school hot list21 cnn film school hot listceline sciamma petite maman berlin film festival 25 cnn film school hot list29 cnn film school hot list02 cnn film school hot list24 cnn film school hot listmission impossible fallout jump13 cnn film school hot list26 cnn film school hot listthe triangle of sadness ruben ostlund06 cnn film school hot listtilda swinton venice 202018 cnn film school hot listTaki Mitsuha Your Name RESTRICTED14 cnn film school hot listcnn film school hot list annette leos carax19 cnn film school hot list20 cnn film school hot listJulia Ducournau file27 cnn film school hot list30 cnn film school hot listMahamat-Saleh Haroun FILEKirsten Dunst Benedict Cumberbatch Jane Campion SPLIT04 artificial intelligence 0905cnn film school hot list gagarinecnn film school hot list nine dayscnn film school hot list the batman cnn film school hot list old 2cnn film school hot list '83cnn film school hot list house of gucci01 cnn film school hot list02 cnn film school hot list03 cnn film school hot listsundance 2021 summer of soul

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