A battle is raging between distributors with expensive blockbusters and cinemas with empty seats.
The unsung heroes of screen production, storyboard artists are employed to create a shared visual script.
From run by gangster and drug-ridden to a place of sexual freedom and opportunity, a spate of new screen productions are rehabilitating Dublin's image.
Rocks exposes the realities of social care, where children feel left out of decisions that shape their lives.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley is compelling viewing – but why have there been more films about Steve Jobs alone in the past 30 years than about successful female entrepreneurs?
Dangerously seductive, Goodfellas is perhaps the defining work of Martin Scorsese’s career.
Both Black Panther and Beyoncé's Black is King represent a utopian vision of empowerment and connection to Africa.
Latin American filmmakers wanting to alert the world to human rights abuses are turning to the supernatural to tell compelling stories
In the lead-up to Nolan's new film Tenet, Inception is being re-released in cinemas. Even after ten years, the movie still holds surprises..
In a chapter of my latest book, I highlight some of Indonesia’s most innovative and culturally significant films and directors over the past 70 years.
Anti-black violence exists against the backdrop of the political and cultural dehumanization of Black people. How did this happen and where do we go from here?
Studios have endured pandemics and the threat of home viewing before. Will the current crisis lead to disaster or opportunity?
The 1993 cult classic, in which the same day repeats over and over, contains wisdom for those of us living restricted lives.
Babe combined cutting edge visual effects with a moving story of success in the face of adversity that still resonates today.
The 30th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act offers a chance to celebrate the greater inclusion of disabled Americans in mainstream society, but much work remains to be done.
Books, movies and records that seem to challenge racism also subtly advance the idea that progress shouldn't happen too quickly.
While the government is showing support and generosity to foreign filmmakers and commercial television interests, it seems less inclined to demonstrate similar largesse to its own creators.
Clueless turns 25 this year. The film, a loose adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma, is a cult classic that has spawned books, a TV series, a musical and countless fashion tributes.
Exclusive: the recent discovery of probably the oldest known surviving photograph of a Māori sheds light on the remarkable subject of Taika Waititi's new film project.
How one filmmaker is trying to capture the visceral experience of an abusive relationship to foster understanding and empathy, and prevent further abuse.