During my three months assisting a celebrity dating coach, I learned that love isn't real.
The Academy is essentially the NRA of movies.
"Something that pompous and over-the-top as the Oscars is just begging to be ripped apart! It's like there's a big red balloon in front of you and you're holding a big, sharp pin—what are you going to do, not pop it?"
Director Álvaro Longoria on getting stuck in the country's information feedback loop, even with his all-access pass.
By giving an African refugee a camera, two filmmakers hoped to gain insight into the life of migrants from the perspective of migrants themselves. The result is the remarkable Those Who Jump.
The men and women who put together and perform the action sequences that so many movies require say that it's time for the Academy to start recognizing the work they do.
The media focus on the Academy overlooks emerging filmmakers of color who are scraping by in order to get their movies made.
Do people know you can just say "thank you" and then leave the stage?
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in The Killing Fields.
She was divorced, globe-trotting Jewish aristocrat who championed modern art in the face of the Nazis and broke all the rules of the fussy society she was born into.
Konstantin Bronzit's animated film We Can't Live Without Cosmos is as much about about the human condition as it is about space travel.
We spoke with the award-winning director about his gloriously scary new movie set in 1630s Puritan New England.
Forty-three years on, the Native American activist reflects on #OscarsSoWhite and her unlikely rapport with Jada Pinkett Smith.
On the 20th anniversary of the cinematic release of Trainspotting, we speak to members of Calton Athletic, the soccer team-cum-recovery group that was brought in to keep the film authentic.
We spoke to the hip-hop mogul about the new All Def Movie Awards, which will honor Will Smith and Norman Lear, and feature categories such as "best helpful white person."
Television and film have always celebrated the damaged, overwritten male antihero, but now women are being portrayed in the same shades of muddled, bloody gray.
We met with the director to talk about his career, the years he spent "mowing lawns and shooting guns," and his love of the TV show Cops.
The Sundance award-winning filmmaker discusses the feminine darkness and empowerment at the core of his arthouse-horror hit.
2016 Oscar nominees Matthew Heineman and Roger Deakins sit down to discuss the overlapping themes of their respective films, Cartel Land and Sicario.
Filmmakers Daniel Cloud Campos and Spencer Susser bring outfits to life in "Shiny," using stop-motion animation, incredible sound design, and a swift sense of movement.
The eagerly awaited, terrifying movie about Puritans and the occult is also a story about empowerment.
Claude Jutra was renowned in the Quebec film industry for his career and legacy, but damning new allegations have the province rethinking his acclaim.
Belladonna of Sadness is an eye-popping hentai lost classic featuring depravity, the occult, and a long strange trip with a disembodied member from hell.
It's the first Pee-Wee movie in almost 30 years, and he has somehow managed not to (visibly) age one bit.