Lois Weber was one of the most powerful filmmakers in Silent-era Hollywood and we should talk about it more.
Looking at the Hays Code and beyond, we learn from the past to understand the debate about censorship today.
From old Hollywood releases on television to the new Spike Lee Joint on Netflix, we look at how watching movies at home has evolved since the 1950s.
Polly Platt is the subject of the newest season of Karina Longworth's podcast. If you don't know her films yet, we've got you covered.
Read about the LGBT members of Hollywood that shaped the industry, even if their personal lives weren't always out in the open.
Just like the stories they rehash, remakes can be traced to the beginning of Hollywood itself.
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.