We talked to the director Stevan Riley and Brando's daughter Rebecca about the legendary actor's life and titanic legacy.
We talked to some leading psychologists who think that movie's the potential to increase society's understanding of problems like schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.
Forty years old and soon to be turned into a film, Ballard's disturbing, prophetic novel will change the way you think about reality.
The Toronto International Film Festival announced its opening slate of films, focusing heavily on movies that might make a few bucks and win some Oscars.
We spoke to director Debra Granik about her intimate, arresting new documentary on life in America's changing heartland.
Being a fugitive on the run from the law didn't stop Jason Stange from following his dreams.
We spoke to the filmmakers who stepped into the mind and horrific childhood of the late Australian artist, who hung out with INXS and U2, collaborated with some of the most famous people on the planet, and lived a life of lies.
The original Fantastic Four movie was supposedly only made to help a German film company retain rights to the characters—but no one told the director.
The Oscar-nominated director discusses his follow-up film to the critically-acclaimed The Art of Killing, which also chronicles the disturbing aftermath of the 1965 Indonesian genocide.
We met with director Jake Witzenfeld to talk about his new documentary that follows the struggles and victories of three young, gay Palestinian men in Tel Aviv.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
Check out the exclusive trailer of this new Dutch film that explores masculinity, consumerism, and sweet kicks.
"Basically, it was a matter of coming up with a story that would justify the title Sharknado. And that's what I did."
In the new Marvel film, the hero's central power isn't shrinking. It's whiteness.
Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's Emma remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez's new film is based on the 1971 psychology experiment that went so horribly awry, it's been compared to Abu Ghraib.
We recently sat down with Asif Kapadia, director of Amy.
Photographer Fiona Clark captured the country's LGBT community in the 70s and 80s. Censorship, however, kept her images from seeing the light of day—until now.
The director of The Act of Killing and The Look of Silence has made two documentary epic poems about long-ignored Indonesian war crimes.
We spoke to Natalie Bullock Brown, who's creating a documentary that dissects the messages black women receive about beauty.
The new documentary Do I Sound Gay? explores the surprising number of mincing, sibilant animated villains with a penchant for extravagant hats.
Jul 14, 2015
We caught up with director Penelope Spheeris to talk about her iconic series and her career.
If you're infuriated by stuff for children, it might be because you're not actually all that sure how far above it you really are.
We spoke to Sean Baker, the director behind this year's breakout Sundance film, about depicting the world of two trans women of color as a white, male director.