Rising star Tamara Lawrance captivates in a dark new thriller, in which invasive in-laws and the white (medical) patriarchy put a reluctant mother-to-be at risk.
None of the Marvel actors who defended Pratt spoke up for Tessa Thompson or Brie Larson, who endured racist and misogynist—respectively, and for Thompson, both—attacks from fans.
Filmmaker Garrett Bradley talks to Cassie da Costa about “Time,” a powerful new doc chronicling Fox Richardson’s fight to free her husband from Louisiana State Penitentiary.
The rapper and actor, who has a long history of anti-Semitism, worked with the Trump team on their “Platinum Plan,” a last-ditch effort to curry favor with Black Americans.
Yael Bridge’s “The Big Scary ‘S’ Word” examines the history of socialism and why so many Americans have been conditioned to reject a philosophy that’s in their best interests.
The filmmakers of “Totally Under Control” open up about their eye-opening documentary that was shot in secret over the past five months, Trump contracting COVID, and much more.
The acclaimed filmmaker, producer, and activist went after a Vogue staffer on Twitter and tagged her employer—echoing a curious episode involving the documentary “On the Record.”
The final chapter in the Oscar-winning filmmaker’s “Small Axe” anthology centers on a Black cop exposing police racism in 1980s England. It misses the mark, writes Cassie da Costa.
The HBO Max series “A World of Calm” boasts celebs like Keanu Reeves, Kate Winslet, and Mahershala Ali attempting to lull you to sleep over nature imagery. It won’t do the trick.
The new documentary “Blood on the Wall” examines the human face and root causes of Central American migrants’ yearning for a better life in America.