An analysis of more than 800 top-grossing films suggests diverse movies struggle in front of international audiences.
In their novels, Nathanael West and Bret Easton Ellis depict a world few want to admit exists, a place where 'Unless you're willing to do some pretty awful things, it's hard getting a job.'
The biggest name in the era of silent movies was also a serial sexual predator.
Geostorm is the newest addition to the Hollywood climate doom canon. It is terrible, which is why you should think about this genre but under no circumstances actually watch this movie.
Women's voices have been seen as unwanted or untruthful, but the snowballing sexual assault revelations from the #MeToo campaign show that women must find their voices.
Public-facing feminism can often be a superficial distraction from systemic sexism.
Offering money as a form of atonement is easier for the movie mogul than finding someone who will accept it.
In the wake of recent horror stories about men in power who abuse women - like Harvey Weinstein - a professor at Lakehead breaks down rape culture and makes a few suggestions for men to make change.
The movie business has co-opted many into it's own dark narrative.
Men like Harvey Weinstein have been able to abuse with relative impunity, despite many in the entertainment industry appearing to know or have suspicion of their behaviour.
Charlie Chaplin was a comedy great but it's Stan Laurel who still gets 'em rolling in the aisles.
Why whiteness became the 'norm'.
An expert who has spent 15 years researching the gender pay gap among actors explains.
Chaplin's 1940 film 'The Great Dictator' mocks Hitler’s absurdity and overweening vanity, while highlighting Germany's psychological captivity to a political fraud.
New film has broken China's box office record while projecting soft power for Beijing.
The Department of Defence and the CIA have big seats in the editing suite.
Humans' love affair with these mythical creatures dates back to the dawn of civilisation and shows no sign of abating.
Only 10% of films have a gender-balanced cast, and getting more women on screens starts with the screenwriters. The solution can be as simple as giving minor characters female names.
According to a recent study, horror is the only film genre where women appear and speak as often as men.
Why haven't feminists noted that the film is too Western and too white?