The Palme d'Or-winning film by Ken Loach follows the struggle of two Brits attempting to navigate the shamefully unhelpful system.
Laz Rojas' self-shot acting reel—in which the filmmaker portrays over 100 characters—didn't get him cast, but it turned him into a cult favorite of the 1990s.
Watch aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas's self-produced one-man showcase, which he wrote, shot, directed, and starred in, playing 102 different roles.
We caught up with filmmaker Jeff Krulik on the 30th anniversary of his and John Heyn's seminal metal fan documentary.
After creating an ambitious demo tape in which he portrayed more than 100 different characters, aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas went on to make a full-length feature film and a collection of video game mods.
On this episode of OUTSIDER, we track down aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas, who tried to capture Hollywood's attention by playing over 100 different characters in a four-hour one-man showcase.
We spoke to New Zealand TV journalist David Farrier, co-director of an investigative documentary into the bizarre, litigious world of "competitive endurance tickling."
Here's the Black Knight and Game of Thrones mash-up you've been waiting for.
We caught up with the veteran filmmaker at Cannes to talk about his two newest films, the poetic Paterson and the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary Gimme Danger.
Laura Poitras's new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.
Hockney is a brilliant, buoyant profile of the blonde haired, bespectacled master artist.
A new film shines light on one of the few places in America intended for sex criminals.
We spoke to actress Rachel Wiesz about her starring role in Yorgos Lanthimos's sci-fi comedy thriller that exposes the absurdities of modern relationships.
All in all it looks pretty decent, but the trolls will be mad regardless.
The legendary German filmmaker and rule-flouter is teaching an online filmmaking course at MasterClass—no storyboards or yoga allowed.
Andrea Arnold's American Honey, which explores a usually ignored side of the country, is the talk of Cannes.
Rent Boy, Sick Boy, Spud, and Begbie are all back, but we're still going to have to wait for the actual trailer.
In order to preserve a classic cinematic experience, the George Eastman Museum's Nitrate Picture Show specializes in safely showing films on the highly flammable medium.
While America watched as riots tore Los Angeles apart, a nine-year-old Nathan Silver inadvertently reinterpreted the country's turmoil into his first film during his birthday party.
In the memoir Stanley Kubrick and Me: Thirty Years at His Side, the director's longtime assistant sheds light on Kubrick's famously controlled sets and offers a unique portrait of one of the 20th century's most famous filmmakers.
The 80-year-old director's Cannes premiere of Café Society arrived on the heels of a renewed controversy over sexual abuse allegations.
We met the famous surgeon-turned-satirist and subject of the new documentary Tickling Giants.
A new documentary, Angry Inuk, points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing indigenous practice.