Dakota Johnson Was Inspired by 90s Witch Movies in 'Suspiria'
The former "Fifty Shades" star tells Broadly how films like "The Craft" informed her role as a dancer who gets sucked into a coven of witches.
Cher Once Played an Abortion Doctor in a Pro-Choice Movie She Directed
With an all-star cast including Demi Moore and Sissy Spacek, the 1996 film "If These Walls Could Talk" broke barriers in its honest and nuanced portrayal of abortion.
Dee Rees on Tackling Racism in Her Epic Southern Period Drama 'Mudbound'
The former marketing executive used to sell panty liners for Proctor & Gamble. Now she's reinventing herself as one of the most vital voices in American cinema.
The Revelatory Documentary Showing Grace Jones's Power and Vulnerability
Director Sophie Fiennes spent five years filming the music legend as she traveled the world and met old friends and lovers.
How the 'Step' Documentary Turns Black Teen Girls into Dance Heroes
Director Amanda Lipitz explains why she wanted her fly-on-the-wall film about Baltimore's Lethal Ladies step team to be a "pocket of joy and hope."
Family, Pride, Power: Behind the Groundbreaking Movie That Influenced 'Lemonade'
In 1992, Julie Dash became the first female African-American director to score a mainstream film release with 'Daughters of the Dust.' Thanks to Beyonce, her cinematic epic is getting a new lease of life.
Salt-N-Pepa: Ava DuVernay Could Direct Our Biopic
The trailblazing hip-hop group say that their movie is "in the making."
This Powerful Film About Black Girlhood Is Being Compared to 'Moonlight'
Anna Rose Holmer's debut about coming of age in Cincinnati has received rave reviews and comparisons to Barry Jenkins's Oscar winning film. She explains why Hollywood needs to diversify its depiction of childhood.