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Rosanna Arquette on #MeToo Movement Ahead of International Women’s Day

Rosanna Arquette celebrated International Women's Day by reflecting on what she's learned from the #MeToo movement. The actress spoke out against Harvey Weinstein in 2017 and on Thursday, said, "I…

‘Untouchable’: Film Review | Sundance 2019

The rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein is recounted by some of the women he allegedly abused as well as colleagues who knew him and still feel the guilt in Ursula Macfarlane's documentary…

‘Holy Lands’: Film Review

James Caan, Rosanna Arquette, Tom Hollander and Jonathan Rhys Meyers headline French writer-director Amanda Sthers' latest ensembler, 'Holy Lands.'

Disruption, Consolidation, Uncertainty: Welcome to Hollywood’s Age of Anxiety

Future of Netflix? Consolidation? Layoffs? Amid unprecedented tumult in entertainment (and the world), The Hollywood Reporter talks to execs and underlings struggling to cope in an age of anxiety…

Mira Sorvino, Gloria Allred to Be Honored at Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking Gala

The May 10 event will also celebrate Rosanna Arquette, Andra Day and Kate Bosworth.

‘Half the Picture’: Film Review | Sundance 2018

The broad-ranging documentary 'Half the Picture,' the first feature for Amy Adrion, explores the question on everyone's lips in this industry: Why are there so few female directors?

‘A Critically Endangered Species’: Film Review | SXSW 2017

The great Lena Olin gives her all to 'A Critically Endangered Species,' a pompous character study of an author in suicidal decline.

Holocaust Museum Gala Draws Jane Fonda, Rosanna Arquette

Arquette and her husband, Todd Morgan, were honored for their efforts in preserving the history of the Holocaust and providing over $3 million in assistance to survivors.

‘Lovesong’: Sundance Review

Riley Keough and Jena Malone star as former college friends — and perhaps more — in So Yong Kim's Sundance U.S. Dramatic Competition entry.

The Broad New Star of L.A. Art Scene Opens Its Doors With VIP Gala

"It's a privilege to give this to the people of L.A," says billionaire Eli Broad about the new contemporary art museum, which welcomed a VIP roster of artists, politicans and L.A. elite Thursday…

‘Kill Your Friends’: TIFF Review

Based on John Niven's cult novel, this darkly comic feature debut by Owen Harris revisits a golden age of fear and loathing in the music industry.