The company has gone from new kid on the block to perennial Oscar favourite in just over five years
What can this year’s list of winners teach us about the direction of film?
One of Hollywood’s most lovable genres has fallen on hard times
Is the Park City slate a preview of what's to come in 2018?
FiveThirtyEight.com proposes a revamped version to address Hollywood’s core inequalities
You know, besides Black Panther. But also: Black Panther.
How can programmers encourage their audiences to embrace new stories?
From "the next Terrence Malick" to stoner comedies to Stronger
From Split to It, why audiences gave their money and their love to the horror genre this year
She's everything you like in everything you like
How John Carroll Lynch came to direct Harry Dean Stanton's swan song
"They're all characters that I've played. Including Jim Carrey."
Charlotte Mickie lifts the veil on just what it is they do - and how it affects a changing industry
Indiewire's Anne Thompson on the streaming wars
Stella Meghie is an industry rarity... And that's a problem
How does the next generation get their films made?
Chief Film Critic A.O. Scott breaks it down
The Baby Driver director thought he was going to "director jail" after Ant-Man
And what does "cinematic" mean when applied to television, anyway?
No Hollywood, some Netflix, and an uncertain future
Tre'vell Anderson would like you to look at some receipts.
“Satire becomes more valuable the more repressed people feel.”
The director and producer of The Boss Baby look to the future of animation
The lower the budget, the easier it is to take creative risks
And what does this mean for the future of distribution?