A pall has fallen over the achievement for the filmmakers of Oscar-nominee 'Last Men in Aleppo', who have just learned Syria refused to expedite the travel visas of producer Kareem Abeed and star Mahmoud Al-Hattar.
Alex Garland’s latest sci-fi head-wrecker 'Annihilation' might be receiving rave reviews from critics, but advocacy groups are offering rage reviews. Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) and American Indians in Film and Television have
Sneakers and dungarees could become a political statement at the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, as female actors are being urged to “challenge the patriarchal gaze” of red carpet fashion. Is this an effective tool to
Tthe British Film Institute, BAFTA, The Production Guild, Women in Film & TV and the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain organizations unveiled a new set of anti-harassment guidelines. But the question remains: will they help
As Time’s Up and the #MeToo movement may empower individuals to raise allegations concerning harassment, abuse, and assault, such voices and a zero tolerance on claims are being taken seriously perhaps for the first time.
In a recent interview, 'Insecure' creator Issa Rae was questioned about current Twitter posts criticizing certain black content creators for providing visibility only for a “certain kind” of black person, which has led to the
Soon after the breakout of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the #MeToo hashtag spread like wildfire across the internet, providing an umbrella of solidarity for millions of people to come forward with their stories of sexual
There’s no doubt about it: Netflix took a risk with ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’. Prior to a single trailer aired during a commercial break of the Super Bowl, 'Cloverfield Paradox' was little more than a mystery.
Though currently the talk of the town, the deal to acquire the blunderous Weinstein Co. nevertheless has spawned a spate of head-scratching. Variety reported a team of 30 lawyers and bankers has been hunkered down