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Gotham Awards: ‘Manchester by the Sea’ Scores Leading 4 Nominations

Louis C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' and Steven Soderbergh's 'Girlfriend Experience' are among the TV nominees.

Tye Sheridan, ‘Loving’ Director Jeff Nichols Among Texas Film Hall of Fame Honorees

Documentary filmmaker Hector Galan also will be recognized at the Texas Film Awards on March 9.

Box-Office Preview: ‘Doctor Strange’ Eyes Magical $65M-Plus U.S. Debut

The Justin Timberlake- and Anna Kendrick-voiced 'Trolls' is likewise set to please, while director Mel Gibson's World War II-set 'Hacksaw Ridge' and specialty film 'Loving' also debut.

MoMA, Hammer Museum Contenders Series to Include Screenings of ‘Arrival,’ ‘Loving,’ ‘Nocturnal Animals’ (Exclusive)

THR is the official media sponsor of the series, which features awards hopefuls and post-screening discussions with filmmakers and actors.

‘Loving’ Stars Talk Race, Politics and Love at the L.A. Premiere

"It's a very weird and particularly interesting year for politics," said actor Joel Edgerton on the red carpet.

How Interracial Romance ‘Loving’ Became the Most Relevant Movie This Election Season

Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton star in the true-life story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a Virginia couple arrested in 1958 for marrying. "It did strike me how 50 years is really not that long ago,"…

Austin Film Festival: Director Jeff Nichols on Why ‘Loving’ Is “Kind of an Apolitical Film”

His film about pioneering interracial couple Richard and Mildred Loving opened the festival.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Ruth Negga (‘Loving’)

The best actress Oscar contender reflects on her biracial heritage, getting cut out of '12 Years a Slave' and tapping into 'the spirit' of one half of the couple at the center of the landmark 1967…

‘Loving,’ ‘American Pastoral’ to Open and Close Hamptons Film Festival

Both movies will make their New York premieres at the October event.

Canadian Producers Plan to Finance More Diverse Films

With buzzy titles like 'The Birth of a Nation' and 'Loving' dealing with issues of race at TIFF, Canadian filmmakers unveiled plans to promote better representation by 2020.

Jeff Nichols’ ‘Loving’ to Open Austin Film Festival

The latest film from Nichols had its world premiere in Cannes in May.

Oscars: Will the Academy Embrace Diversity Like the Emmys? (Analysis)

THR's awards analyst surveys the field and sees big potential for films about people of color — from fest faves 'Birth of a Nation' and 'Loving' to upcoming 'Fences' and 'A United Kingdom,' plus…