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How are movies viewed and distributed these days? That's what we've been wondering lately amid a rapidly shifting technology-entertainment landscape.

The world’s first fan-owned entertainment company, Legion M, offers filmmakers an all-in-one production company fully funded by fans.

“You’ll laugh; you’ll cry” is what happened when 'Other People', a comedy about dying from cancer, opened the 2016 Sundance 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.

Kim Yutani was named director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival. We take a look at some of the most powerful women in Hollywood today.

'Pose' owes its existence to the controversial documentary that first brought it to the attention of the mainstream: 'Paris is Burning' (1991).

To save you trawling through the internet in pursuit of the next hair-raising hit, we’ve ranked the ten best horror titles that hit screens in 2018.

Should 'March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step' give you a taste for more animal magic, here are ten essential animal documentaries to bingewatch next.

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.