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It’s a tough world out there for a screenwriter. The competition is fierce and the industry is cutthroat. As such, screenplay writing competitions have become a great way

Musician-turned-filmmaker Boots Riley is not sorry when it comes to stirring his audience. Having disrupted the music industry as the leader of the leftist Oakland hip-hop group The

It’s a sad truth that documentaries don’t get enough love, but the right subject can still illicit a powerful response from an invested audience. But what’s on the

Aneesh Chaganty’s 'Search' utilizes the computer screen as a cinematic canvas in a manner that some critics have called "gimmicky", but as content becomes more driven to online

'Saturday Night Live' offered a solution to Hollywood men currently sweating over potential sexual misconduct allegations. A commercial spoof in the Will Ferrell-hosted episode advertised Next for Men,

James Franco was snubbed by the Oscars while Netflix and genre movies received a unexpectedly satisfying number of nominations from the Academy. Elsewhere, Jason Blum talks about the

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival is underway, with Hollywood having set up camp in Park City, Salt Lake City to celebrate the bold work of independent storytellers in

Hollywood is hitting pause on the awards ceremony festivities and heading down to Park City, Utah, where the 2018 Sundance Film Festival kicks off tomorrow. Four must-see films

Ignoring the cardinal rules of cinema-going, more and more spectators of Joe Wright’s Churchill biopic 'Darkest Hour' are living for the applause and bursting into standing ovations during