Scenes from the red carpet at the annual film festival
A spectacular Canadian debut starring non-actors solves the puzzle of what happened to Anglo Canadian movies
Joss Whedon tried to make ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ as personal as he could, but with franchise movies, personal filmmaking isn’t easy.
Joss Whedon won’t be directing any more ‘Avengers’ films for Marvel. But superhero flicks are no place for an auteur anyway, writes Jaime Weinman
It’s easy to be cynical about the Cinderella remake—but then again, it’s not for adults. So the Thrill pop-culture podcast went to the source.
Jaime Weinman on why we shouldn’t look to ‘all-female’ versions of anything to solve Hollywood’s gender balance problems
Superhero mythologies are so powerful that they can survive anything—so we should open them up to change
‘The Hunting Ground,’ Kirby Dick’s new documentary on sexual violence at U.S. universities, shines a light on institutional problems and brave survivors
He does whatever a spider can, and he’s black. Any questions? It turns out the Internet has many.
Birdman’s Oscar win wasn’t a ‘travesty’—it was a logical move by the Academy, and just so happens to rebut some of the criticism against it
In a year when its hypocrisy has been more evident than usual, Hollywood seemed depressed at having so little diversity to celebrate.
Fearless Oscar winner blazes revolutionary path for women in Hollywood
A list of this year’s Oscar winners
He sings, he jokes, he makes things disappear. Will the Oscars launch him as a variety-show superstar?
Alex Colville’s rural landscapes meet Marimekko cool in the animated films of Torill Kove