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Big Social's business is keeping people hooked on their platforms, and their algorithms feed us content that provokes fear and outrage, writes Netflix's 'Social Dilemma' filmmaker.
01/12/2021 by Jeff Orlowski
The filmmaker joined Bradley Whitford for an ActBlue fundraiser Sunday night, the latest in a series of high-profile events featuring Hollywood insiders ahead of Tuesday's Georgia run-off election.
01/04/2021 by Chris Gardner
Companies like Wondery, Stitcher, Megaphone, The Ringer and Serial Productions all became acquisition targets in 2020 amid a boom in listenership.
01/06/2021 by Natalie Jarvey
Peter Levinsohn talks about the fight to keep films like 'Promising Young Woman' and 'The Croods: New Age' on the big screen amid the pandemic and why he won't be sending movies straight to sister company Peacock anytime soon.
01/14/2021 by Pamela McClintock
IFC Films president Arianna Bocco and former BAFTA NY chair Luke Parker Bowles are among the industry insiders hoping to revive and expand the century-old facility in Bradley Beach, which was forced to close as a result of the pandemic.
01/13/2021 by Scott Feinberg
The actor reflects on forming a close bond with co-star Jessica Rothe, and what the movie means to him 15 years into his career: "Before this, how many Asian Americans could you name in a leading romantic role?"
01/08/2021 by Brian Davids
Reporter Robert Moore and producer Sophie Alexander captured some of Wednesday's most poignant footage as the first crew to enter the U.S. Capitol with pro-Trump rioters.
01/07/2021 by Kirsten Chuba
With theaters shuttered, voters have started watching this year's awards contenders online, but filmmakers worry at-home distractions and laptop viewing could diminish the impact of movies — and influence voting choices.
01/07/2021 by Gregg Kilday, Carolyn Giardina
"Building in the Dark": A Conversation About Documenting Incarceration Between 'Time' and '40 Years a Prisoner' Directors
In a year that put a spotlight on Black Lives Matter and prison reform, filmmakers Garrett Bradley and Tommy Oliver speak candidly about their documentaries and the struggles of imprisoned people in 2020.
01/10/2021 by Mia Galuppo
The Oscar-winning filmmaker talked about the late Chadwick Boseman with Ryan Coogler, touched on his legacy with Jodie Foster and received tributes from Rosie Perez, Angela Bassett and the cast of 'Da 5 Bloods.'
01/14/2021 by Chris Gardner
Making of 'Collective': How a Documentary Captured a News Team Uncovering Government Corruption — "We're Onto Something"
Romania's submission for best international feature follows a group of investigative journalists as they expose deceit and death, cronyism and fraud in the health care system amid street protests following a deadly fire.
01/08/2021 by Alex Ritman
Keean Johnson plays a teen losing his hearing in Bennett Lasseter's YA road movie.
01/14/2021 by John DeFore
The Academy concluded that the international feature executive committee's deliberations about which three titles to add to the preliminary committee's seven selections before announcing the shortlist could not be conducted securely online.
01/15/2021 by Scott Feinberg
The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist reacts to the official unveiling of Netflix's latest hopeful for the 93rd Academy Awards.
01/08/2021 by Scott Feinberg
Inside the Complicated "Chutzpah" of 'Mrs. America': Stars Uzo Aduba, Cate Blanchett, Margo Martindale and Sarah Paulson in Conversation
The actresses talk about researching their real-life counterparts, the importance of honoring the hidden legacy of female trailblazers, the relevance of the show to the modern political landscape and the limited series' iconic costumes.
01/05/2021 by Inkoo Kang