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.
The reason 'Ralph Breaks the Internet' broke the internet was because of the trailer that took us to the magically bonkers world of the Disney princess.
We’ve seen a steady diminishment in the old order of Hollywood; the old guard is being flushed out by LA’s pricey filming costs in favor of other locations.
We look back at where countries have censored movies for some insight into what the future of viewership in China might look like.
Here are some recent instances to show LGBTQI film censorship is still very much alive in some areas of the world.
There have been plenty of lame LGBTQI depictions recently. Here’s seven of the lamest LGBTQI depictions from 2017 and 2018 so far.
The industry is really going batshit for Britain right now, huh? Four years after being ordered straight to series (and hitting an apparent dead end at HBO), weird
2017 was considered a good year for women in film, with the three top-grossing movies all featuring female leads. These comprised Daisy Ridley in Star Wars: The Last