It's been a catastrophic 12 months for movie theaters. It has also been a banner year for diversity at the Oscars — but it's going to take some work to make it permanent.
Jasmila Zbanic's Oscar-nominated film dramatizes the genocide of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica in 1995. Aida is a former teacher working as a translator for U.N. forces.
To get into the role, Seyfried watched Davies' old movies, read her autobiography and listened to old scratchy recordings. She says playing the silver screen star was the ultimate dress-up dream.
With the closing of 300 screens, Hollywood laments the loss of the iconic Cinerama Dome; it opened in 1963 with the premiere of Stanley Kramer's wide-screen comedy It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.
Director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith's new film Emancipation will not be shot in Georgia — further fallout from Georgia's controversial new elections law. Local industry workers react.
Actor Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua, who are producing the Civil War-era film Emancipation, announced Monday that they are pulling the movie's production from Georgia.
Writer-director Fennell describes her Oscar-nominated film about a woman who hunts down sexual predators as "a kind of fantasy" but also as something "much darker and, I hope, more honest than that."
Craig Foster spent a year diving — without oxygen or a wetsuit — into the frigid sea near Cape Town, South Africa. His documentary is now nominated for an Oscar. Originally broadcast Oct. 20, 2020.
The celebrated Korean actor plays a loving, mischievous grandma in Minari — a role that has earned her newfound fame in the U.S. She says the character brought back memories of her great-grandmother.
Twyla Moves, a new documentary by PBS American Masters, tells the story of the legendary choreographer, who got her start performing on subway platforms and rooftops in the 1960s.
Judas and the Black Messiah has made Oscar history as the first Best Picture nominee with an all-Black producing team. And it's not the first time producer Charles D. King has made Hollywood history.
The effect of so much institutional hatred within the military of South Africa in the early '80s was to leave a generation traumatized, the film concludes.
Sheila & Joe is a film about two people separated by incarceration who met, fell in love and committed their lives to one another through hundreds of pages written over thousands of days.
We asked PCHH listeners to vote for the best Muppet. Nearly 20,000 votes later, here's your top 25, with accompanying commentary by Linda, Stephen, Aisha and Glen.
The Man Who Sold His Skin centers on a Syrian man who, desperate to reach Belgium, allows an artist to tattoo a visa on his back. The film has been nominated for the Best International Feature Oscar.