The documentary, now tipped to win an Oscar, is an example of the increasingly blurred line between the two mediums.
Will Academy Award voters go for escapist fare like La La Land? Or more weighty and relevant films like Moonlight?
The latest franchise entry inspires dread for 2017 in film.
SNL parodied the president-elect’s impulsive tweeting last weekend, and he responded by tweeting about it.
Mackenzie Davis on why her new film’s portrayal of complex friendships between women feels so authentic
The Daily Show host was measured, respectful, and challenging in his 26-minute conversation with TheBlaze pundit Tomi Lahren.
The Natalie Portman-starring film follows Jacqueline Kennedy’s efforts to navigate public life in the days after her husband’s assassination.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new film succeeds not because of its sad tale, but because of its humor and empathy.
The director Robert Zemeckis spoke to The Atlantic about the throwback feel of his new World War II drama.
The beloved family dramedy returns with a Netflix mini-series that’s self-aware enough to succeed.
Garth Davis’s debut film adapts the true-life story of Saroo Brierley, who reconnected with his Indian birth family through Google Earth.
Though the writer of the Star Wars spinoff has sparked controversy for “politicizing” the movie, it’s unlikely to damage its prospects.
Kelly Fremon Craig’s debut film avoids genre tropes to deliver a beautiful, sometimes abrasive, coming-of-age story.
The future of the sketch series Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace has become a political flashpoint for the subversive network.
The film’s screenwriter talks about the movie’s geopolitical elements, creating an alien language, and the importance of communication.
As the show move closer to its season-one finale, it’s intent on peeling back every layer of its reality.
Kate McKinnon’s performance, and her post-election pledge not to give up, stood out—but so did the absence of Alec Baldwin from the show.
Ang Lee’s new film, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, uses high-tech cameras to depict the experience of an Iraq veteran’s trip home.
The Late Night host showed humility, anger, and sadness in his response to the presidential election, but his look to the future resonated the most.
The late-night host’s live Showtime special was an illustration of the cultural moment the country is entering.