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Alexis Okeowo on Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who documents women’s lives in the hope of combatting male power.
"Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders," explores the historical significance of America's most beloved cheering squad and how they helped evolve professional football, one pair of white shorts at a time.
When we look back on 2017, it may become the most important year for the box office in recent history, according to media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
Mariska Hargitay co-produces documentary directed by Trish Adlesic and Geeta Gandbhir looking at the three-year-long investigation of the backlog of untested rape kits in three different cities.
Actor who starred in popular 1980s film advocates critical stance towards art of past
The actress and author Molly Ringwald writes about revisiting the movies she made with the late director John Hughes, including “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink,” in the age of #MeToo.
Seth Rogen told Business Insider what he still wonders about the 2014 hack.
TEHRAN, Mar. 10 (MNA) – A new digital encyclopedia on Iranian Cinema called 'Cicinema' will be launched concurrent with the start of the 36th edition of Fajr International Film Festival (FIFF36) in April.
Richard Brody responds to Brian Raftery’s piece “Could This Be the Year Movies Stopped Mattering?,” and writes about the state of cinema in the age of TV.
In a land where cinemas were banned, a love for the movies endured. Now the kingdom is vying to become a movie-making hub for the Arabic-speaking world.
Ewan McGregor was primed to be an A-list Hollywood hero. Movie-star handsome, gifted, and three Star Wars movies under his belt. And he walked away from all of it. Now he's making his directorial de
The movie that seemed to capture – negatively – 80s society has been commissioned as a TV drama by Fox. But is a story about a guy having huge regrets about an affair enough to sustain a series?
With his film, the French-Moroccan film-maker tells the story of ACT UP Paris, the Aids activist collective of which he was a member
Bryan Singer: ‘I couldn’t make the big reveal work – then I had an epiphany lying by the editing machine in my sleeping bag’
‘I said there were too many flags. And when it came out, everyone thought I was Mr Superpatriot’
The French film 120 Beats Per Minute depicts the urgency of the HIV/Aids crisis through the eyes of the Paris branch of the radical campaigners. Members of the international group recall what it was really like
Louis Menand on “The Train: RFK’s Last Journey,” an exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art of photographs taken from the train that delivered Robert F. Kennedy’s body from New York to Washington, D.C., for burial in 1968.
“Quiet on the set” took on new meaning in John Krasinski’s horror film, which used a less-is-more approach to its unusual sound design.
I thought I’d figured out a key riddle in “2001: A Space Odyssey.” The actor who played the scene wasn’t so sure.
The documentary “Bloodlight and Bami” showcases the 69-year-old music and fashion icon at her most fierce and most vulnerable.