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Director Dee Rees on the Importance of Debut ‘Pariah’ Becoming a Criterion Release: “We Have to Widen the Canon”

In 1995, while trying to buy a movie ticket, Dee Rees got an early lesson in the bias of film industry economics. Then a freshman at Florida A&M University, Rees went to the local multiplex in Tallahassee to see Dead Presidents, a crime drama about Black Vietnam veterans directed by the Hughes brothers, who were […]

Teddy Schwarzman to Keynote Script to Screen Summit in Toronto

Teddy Schwarzman, president and CEO of Black Bear Pictures, is set to keynote Winston Baker's Script to Screen Summit on Sept. 7 in Toronto.

Female Filmmakers Discuss Need for Confidence in Securing Financing

"It's about finding people in the world who vibrate for [your] film," said documentary filmmaker Jennifer Brea at Monday's Demystifying Film Financing: Two Case Studies panel, hosted by the Sundance Institute and Women in Film.

Oscars Snubs: ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Mudbound,’ ‘The Post’ Shut Out

Meanwhile 'Phantom Thread' only won one award, for costume design, but its recipient also won a jet ski as a reward for delivering the shortest acceptance speech of the evening, in a contest host Jimmy Kimmel devised during the show.

Spirit Awards: ‘Mudbound’ Director Dee Rees Argues Her Netflix Film Is “Cinema”

Rees gave an impassioned speech accepting the Robert Altman Award for her movie during Saturday's show.

Oscars: 11 of 2018’s Historic Nominees

Mary J. Blige, Christopher Plummer and Rachel Morrison all earned rare distinctions with their nods.

Oscars: Mary J. Blige, Sufjan Stevens, Keala Settle to Perform

Common, Andra Day, Gael Garcia Bernal, Natalia Lafourcade and Miguel will also take the stage at the 90th Academy Awards.

‘Mudbound’ Star Mary J. Blige on Why the Film’s Most “Horrifying” Scene Is Her Favorite

The Oscar-nominated actress also opens up about what she has in common with her character and returning to her Southern roots while filming the movie.

‘Mudbound,’ ‘Black Panther’ DP Rachel Morrison on Breaking Boundaries: “My Entire Career I’ve Been Chasing This Target”

The first woman nominated for cinematography talks shooting in flash rainstorms and her work on the Marvel juggernaut, "something so completely outside my wheelhouse."

Roger Deakins Wins American Society of Cinematographers Award

The winner of the ASC feature competition went on to win the Oscar in six of the past 10 years.

ASC Awards Preview: Meet the Nominees From Roger Deakins to Rachel Morrison

Bruno Delbonnel, Hoyte Van Hoytema and Dan Laustsen are also nominated in the feature competition.