Last year, women directed more of the most popular movies than any year before.
By Jake Coyle, Associated Press
Singleton, the director of "Boyz N the Hood," made movies that probed the lives of black communities in his native Los Angeles and beyond.
By Jake Coyle, Hillel Italie, Associated Press
On Monday, Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci died at his home in Rome. The director earned both praise and condemnation for movies, such as “Last Tango in Paris,” that included graphic content and tackled sensitive topics. Jeffrey Brown takes a look…
By Jeffrey Brown
The very public fight to stop a pipeline company from crossing sacred land and water may be helping open doors for a surge of content from Native filmmakers telling their own stories.
By Courtney Norris
Filmmaker George Romero has died at the age of 77. His cult classic "Night of the Living Dead," made for $100,000 in 1968, launched the modern zombie industry and countless imitators. But Romero's zombie flicks also offered him a platform…
By PBS NewsHour
Filmmaker Reid Davenport wants people to know that his biggest obstacle isn’t living with cerebral palsy, but how others perceive and respond to his diagnosis. Davenport, whose films focus on people living with disabilities, gives his Brief but Spectacular take…
By PBS NewsHour
Kathleen Collins was one of the first African-American women to direct a feature film, but her work wasn’t widely released before her death from cancer in 1988. Nearly 30 years later, her daughter Nina Collins had the film restored, and…
Filmmakers Drea Cooper and Zack Canepari looked at California foreclosures through a different lens by concentrating on the crisis in some off-beat places.
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