Movies

The Iron Giant: Heroism Through a Child’s Eyes

After 20 years, the childlike innocence of this animated masterpiece still resonates.

Bob Fosse, ‘Cabaret,’ and the Performer’s Eye for Filmmaking

Fosse's 1972 Academy Award-winning feature is a masterclass in precision.

100 Great Movies By Women Directors That You Can Stream Right Now

Celebrate Women's History Month with dozens of great films at your fingertips.

‘The Trashers’ Could Be The Next Great Hockey Movie

The movie is being described as 'Slap Shot' meets 'Superbad.'

Why Filmmakers Are So Obsessed with Cars

Cars are ubiquitous in film. Find out what makes them such great dramatic vehicles (pun intended).

The Best Year in Movies Was 1975

At the end of the Vietnam War and the middle of the Sexual Revolution, 1975 marked a profound change in…

20 Kid and Teen Books Hollywood Should Adapt After ‘A Wrinkle in Time’

Nothing is unfilmable anymore; let's put these childhood favorites on the big (or small) screen.

ReFrame Sets Out To Change How Hollywood Hires

The diversity initiative has outlined actions that the industry can take to increase inclusion in film, television, and other media.

Nevertheless, She Feasted: Why Girls Get Hungry in Horror Movies

Why female coming of age in horror movies means getting hungry.

Candid Camera: The Four Best Ways to Use POV Shots

It’s all about perspective.