For decades, there's been a concerted effort by law enforcement to ensure their perspectives – and not those of people being policed – dominate prime-time television.
Viewing Nigerian movies is seen as a trip down memory lane, a virtual journey back home and group therapy for Africans in the diaspora.
For Nollywood to fully compete at the global level, it should adopt a smart, proactive approach.
Invisibility has been used to indulge fantasies of good and evil, level social critiques or warn of the dangers of power in the wrong hands.
The immersive future of live cinema is already being written.
Italian filmmakers are starting to take a page from their American counterparts.
Surrounded by skyscrapers and high-end boutiques, 47th Street continues to operate like an Old World bazaar, with million-dollar deals sealed by handshakes and insured by a family's reputation.
From romance to sci-fi to buddy action comedy: here are the true feline stars of the silver screen.
A new analysis of over 400 actors shows that gender discrimination plays a major role in Hollywood salaries.
The persistence of this trope might say something about the barriers women in media continue to face.
Holiday movies offer us a glimpse into how the world is could be, often in sharp contrast to our lives as they are. In that way, the annual act of viewing them is like a religious ritual.
Not so long ago, people had no idea what would happen to them – and what they would see – once they ascended into the clouds.
Real-life adherents to the Mandela Effect veer into conspiratorial thinking. But they do hit on an important truth: Our understanding of history is malleable.
Does the new film misrepresent Harriet Tubman’s legacy as claimed by many Twitter users?
Hoffa's ghost continues to haunt the labor movement.
Like the 'Rocky Steps,' the 'Joker Stairs' have become a mecca for moviegoers. But not all film-related tourism is the same.
To understand the panic about mass shootings and whether mental illness plays a role, it is important to look to the past. A history of stigma and fear contributes to people blaming mental illness.
Giving a movie subtitles or dubbing it into multiple languages makes commercial and cultural sense, but the process can be riddled with potential pitfalls.
It's time characters on TV reflected not only women's experience of heart disease but those of men from diverse backgrounds if we want to prevent more people dying from heart disease.
Teens who see alcohol on TV are more likely to drink. A marketing professor explains how to counter this phenomenon.