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Looking to become more educated on police brutality? These documentaries are a great start – from '13th' to 'Do Not Resist' the stories are powerful.

Kenya Barris cemented his status as a TV mogul with the landmark ABC sitcom, 'black-ish'. Here’s why '#BlackAF' is more #BoringAF instead.

So exactly what was Cathy Yan doing before the 'Birds of Prey'? Here’s everything we know about DC’s hottest newcomer movie director.

Queen of Cannes, Kristen Stewart, joins the ranks of the female-dominated Competition board at the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival.

'RGB' thrived in the theaters following its premiere at last year’s Sundance Film Festival. Here are ten other documentaries that changed the way we think.

Sci-fi hinges on the concept of infinite possible universes and realities, but people of color are still marginalized within it. Enter Afrofuturism.

In light of the conversations about women in entertainment, here are ten fierce female filmmakers we’d love to see making their own big-budget films.

We’re taking a look at some boss b$tches: the most powerful women in Hollywood today. Let’s hear it for the girls!

Some lucky filmmakers are launched into success after being “discovered”. Here’s a collection of the best rags-to-riches stories in film fest history.