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Ciara Bravo Cherry
February 22, 2021
I never considered acting a feasible option growing up,” insists 23-year-old Cherry star Ciara Bravo. But that changed when an
Nicole L. Thompson Blackbird
October 2, 2020
Welcome to The New School, a new series highlighting striking, rising talents coming out of top film schools. We’re thrilled
I am Woman Helen Reddy
September 10, 2020
Director Unjoo Moon grew up in Sydney’s North Shore during the 1970s, and remembers the decade as a time of change
High Fidelity Leaves Fans Hanging for a Cherise POV Episode
August 7, 2020
High Fidelity fans are mourning a lot about the end of the show — including the fact that they may
How The Jazz Singer used Blackface to Hide Jewish Identity and its Harm
August 6, 2020
Viewers who tuned into ABC News on Oct. 3, 1977, heard that the The Jazz Singer — a film released 50
Latinx Talent Pushes Back Against 2020 Emmy Award Nominations
August 5, 2020
The 2020 Emmy Award nominations include a record number of nominations for Black actors — but have drawn complaints about
Don’t Look Deeper Catherine Hardwicke
July 27, 2020
Director Catherine Hardwicke hasn’t let the runaway success of Twilight stop her from taking on new challenges: Her new Quibi
10 Things We Just Learned about Clueless on its 25th Anniversary
July 20, 2020
The iconic film Clueless is celebrating its 25th anniversary yesterday, and we’re totally buggin’ at all the interviews and retrospectives about
The Bold Type Star Aisha Dee Confronts Show's Diversity Issue
July 16, 2020
The Bold Type star Aisha Dee took to Instagram to say insufficient diversity in the show’s writers’ room raises questions about
Naya Rivera 15 Best Performances in Glee
July 14, 2020
As Hollywood mourns the loss of actress Naya Rivera, fans and collaborators remember Rivera’s lasting impact as Glee’s Santana Lopez,
Paul Schrader Oscar Isaac The Card Counter
July 14, 2020
Focus Features has acquired the Paul Schrader revenge thriller The Card Counter out of Cannes’ virtual market.  Written and directed
American Film Market Moves Online for 2020
July 13, 2020
The American Film Market is moving online for its 41st edition this fall, the Independent Film & Television Alliance announced
How Shooting on Location in Washington Heights Connected In the Heights Stars with their Ancestral Roots
June 30, 2020
Leslie Grace knew she was representing her family well in the new film In the Heights when her aunt stopped by one
Studiofest Demystified
June 23, 2020
First-time filmmakers may find it enticing to believe that the majority of your work is done after your film is
(In)Visible Portraits
June 19, 2020
The dedication for (In)Visible Portraits, the new documentary from Oge Egbuonu, calls it a “love letter to Black women and a reeducation
Academy Oscars The Academy’s New Inclusion Initiatives Hope to Change #OscarsSoWhite
June 15, 2020
The Academy has announced the two-month postponement of the 93rd Oscars until April 25, 2021 — the latest change to
CINEOLA Launches Latinx Online Film Festival, Powered by Seed&Spark
June 5, 2020
CINEOLA, a platform for Latin American stories, is hosting an online film festival that stars this weekend, in collaboration with
How the Black Lives Matter Movement Has Already Affected Films
June 4, 2020
The Black Lives Matter demonstrations have led many media companies and Hollywood creatives to pledge their support for the movement
Everything You Need to Know About New Streaming Service HBO Max
May 29, 2020
HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s new streaming service, launched Wednesday. The service has “everything you love, all in one place,” including all
Lucky Grandma Sasie Sealy Casino Chinatown
May 27, 2020
Lucky Grandma, directed by Sasie Sealy, finds an unlikely hero in 80-year-old Grandma Wong, as she reclaims her independence following
How to Build a Girl Caitlin Moran Is how to build a girl based on a true story
May 15, 2020
The following includes spoilers about the Coky Giedroyc film How to Build a Girl, based on the novel by Caitlin
Anna May Wong Oscar Anna May Wong true story what really happened to Anna May Wong Hollywood
May 13, 2020
(The following includes spoilers about the Ryan Murphy Netflix series Hollywood, and especially about the real-life Anna May Wong, portrayed on