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Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY Launches $250,000 Arts Fund for Organizations Focused on Women, Minorities

Ava DuVernay's non-profit foundation ARRAY Alliance on Tuesday launched a $250,000 fund to provide grants for creators and organizations telling stories of underrepresented communities, especially those impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Barry Jenkins, Adele Romanski on the “Urgent” Message of Abortion Drama ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’

Oscar-winning producers Barry Jenkins and Adele Romanski reteam for Eliza Hittman's 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always,' a timely tale of the challenges that face a teenage girl as she seeks an abortion.

Disney Breaks Theatrical Window With ‘Artemis Fowl’ Debuting on Disney+

Disney is opting to forego a theatrical release for its fantasy adventure 'Artemis Fowl,' instead making it the first theatrical film to premiere exclusively on Disney+.

Universal Moves ‘Candyman’ to September Theatrical Release

Universal has set the new release of 'Candyman' for September.

Lionsgate Film Group Lays Off More Than a Dozen Staffers (Exclusive)

Lionsgate has laid off a number of employees in its film marketing and distribution divisions as part of restructuring measures.

Motion Picture Association Says Federal Virus Aid Package Provides “Critical Relief”

The Motion Picture Association welcomed the $2.2 trillion CARES ACT package, a much-needed lifeline for the shuttered movie business.

‘Shithouse,’ ‘An Elephant in the Room’ Top SXSW Film Competition Winners

SXSW jury members, who viewed submissions via screening links, selected their top picks from the film festival. 'Shithouse' wins the narrative feature competition while 'An Elephant in the Room' topped the documentary features list.

Warner Bros. Puts Ben Affleck Film ‘The Way Back’ on VOD as Theaters Go Dark

Warner Bros. will make 'The Way Back' available on digital platforms on Tuesday, just a few weeks after the film's theatrical release.

New York City, Los Angeles Movie Theaters Ordered to Close Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered all movie theaters in the city to close starting Tuesday amid the global coronavirus crisis.

SXSW Revives Film Competition Digitally After Festival Cancellation

The SXSW Festival is making its film competition digital after the Austin festival, due to kick off on Friday, was canceled over health risks pertaining to the coronavirus.

Focus Features Dates ‘Kajillionaire’ Release for June, ‘Come Play’ for July

Miranda July's heist comedy 'Kajillionaire' will be released in theaters in June, while the upcoming horror pic 'Come Play' will be on the big screen in July, Focus Features announced Tuesday.

Blackhouse Founder Brickson Diamond to Receive Outfest Fusion Achievement Award (Exclusive)

Outfest Fusion, the annual event celebrating LGBTQ diversity in entertainment, will recognize Blackhouse founder Brickson Diamond and writer-director Nancy Mejia on March 6.