Does the new film misrepresent Harriet Tubman’s legacy as claimed by many Twitter users?
Pledges on gender parity are not worth the paper they are written on if selection processes remain secret.
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When it was released 15 years ago, Mel Gibson's 'Passion of the Christ,' was a box-office success. The theme of Jesus has been a successful one that many filmmakers around the globe have cashed in on.
Audio description began as an accessibility aid but has developed into an art form.
Virginia Woolf's satire of readers who use easily accessible art to acquire class and culture might just reveal why certain films win awards like Oscars.
The famous British nanny is already a hit in China – an official release of the sequel would be perfect.
As fictional inventors make terrible choices on the big screen, real-world tech innovators can learn from their example how not to make the same kinds of ethical mistakes.
There are various techniques that can soften the fear factor of a scary film: from talking about it to providing facts that contextualise the plotline.
Netflix and the like are already big business, but here's why British film should focus more on Chinese subscription services
The gap between the idea for a film and it reaching its final audience has never been so small.
To some, superhero films are the equivalent of fracking. But they offer audiences transcendence, mystery, a moral compass, and even the hope of salvation.
For a man who was "not really a Jew", Kubrick's feature films are woven with Jewish references.
Throughout its history, the Academy Awards has picked some questionable winning films. But there are signs the Oscars are more often recognizing quality filmmaking.
Sometimes a work of art is characterized by a string of failures, but nonetheless ends up being a gorgeous freak accident of nature.
Why did most fans shun the prequel series, but embrace the recent spate of 'Star Wars' films? A recent study offers some clues.
This is what it's like going to the cinema when you can’t see the screen.
From the good to the bad, to the downright scary.
There's no time like the present for a new Blade Runner.
What will the future of film look like?