The 20th Century Fox emblem was also the result of a studio rebranding itself.
Celine Sciamma's lesbian love story made by a lesbian filmmaker is more historic than you may realize.
Oscar snubs are not new. In fact, their legacy goes all the way back to the beginning of the Academy Awards. We explore in our new column, Origin Stories.
Milicent Patrick, the creator of the iconic Gill Man, was fired by Bud Westmore so he could steal her credit. 65 years later, Hollywood still runs on sexism.
The cat-and-mouse chase. The iconic diner scene. The epic shootout. These things actually happened.
We talk to Karina Longworth about the newest YMRT season, her upcoming book, and much more.
Cars are ubiquitous in film. Find out what makes them such great dramatic vehicles (pun intended).
Should you learn the history of the industry or focus on your skills as a writer? When it comes to film criticism, the answer to both is yes.
Truth needs a little creativity sometimes. In the early 1920s, director Robert Flaherty decided to film the incredible and different society of Inuits that he’d stumbled upon. He ruined the first dra…