With Easter come new faith-based movie offerings – and an opportunity to evaluate religion on the big screen. What can filmmakers improve?
Tired of complacent attitudes at shows, millennial artists bolstered by #MeToo are stepping up with harassment solutions for festivals like Coachella.
“Old Town Road,” America’s No. 1 song raises fresh questions: What is a country song? And who is a country songwriter?
Flower names are etymologically fascinating. Did you know that daffodils and the Greek myth of Narcissus are connected?
Members of the Italian community take part in a reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Bensheim, southwest of Frankfurt, Germany, April 19.
In Mr. Katz’s class, the mundanities of junior high yielded to a ‘mud-lucious’ world.
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Documentarian Kent Jones’ ‘Diane’ is a rare look at rural, working-class people – without a hint of condescension.
The 1972 documentary languished for four decades, but it’s finally taking a well-deserved place in the spotlight.
Spring itself wasn’t always called “spring.” In fact, the earliest inhabitants of Britain didn’t recognize this season.
I was late for my teaching assignment when a dicey shortcut presented itself.
Priya Ramrakha, one of the first African photographers for Time and Life magazines, was an insider to the independence era of the 1950s and ’60s.
Apple’s new streaming service brings big-name content to a saturated market. Is there a point at which consumers rethink their ability to partake of it all?
In director Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo,’ we don’t even get much of Burton’s trademark scurviness.
The movie is a literal love letter to the legendary filmmaker.