Nobody ever asked to grow up, but we all do, and then we watch movies about it.
Cheers to this very cheesy, yet very pure, film trope.
The filmmaker behind 'Moonlight' and 'If Beale Street Could Talk' discusses radical empathy, perseverance, and the undervalued merits of the voice-over.
The 'Moonlight' director is set to adapt two seminal novels for both film and television.
We explore two movies from Jenkins' filmography that prove that this director knows exactly how to use the power of film to affirm the humanity of society’s most persecuted.
Kids on film offer their profoundly simple take on the world: adults would do well to pay attention.
Barry Jenkins wrote and directed 'My Josephine' in 2003 as a film student.
This was a year in which Hollywood reached out into the rest of America to find some of its most compelling heroes.
The unique story can still reach everyone. While some may be tempted to say that Moonlight’s draw is its intense humanism and its treatment of experiential specificity (and hey, they wouldn’t be wron…
Behold the visual language of cinema.