May Hong HaDuong is named director of the UCLA Film and Television Archive, becoming the first woman and person of color to hold the position in the organization's 55-year history.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly been in marriage counseling — and living separately — for months now, with divorce likely. How did they get here?
A social comedy on 'detransitioning' asks: Who is anyone to judge?
The Sundance Film Festival has canceled plans to hold in-person drive-in screenings as part of the upcoming 2021 event, because of escalating COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles.
Katrine Philp's "Beautiful Something Left Behind," which examines young children coping with the loss of parents, fails to provide much context.
Fair Fight founder Stacey Abrams and Black Voters Matter cofounder LaTosha Brown win praise from Hollywood as Democrats lead Georgia Senate runoffs.
'There's not a thrill to be found' in kidnapping movie 'Redemption Day,' reviewer Katie Walsh writes.
Larger than life, Orson Welles has filled screens big and small long after his death. 'Mank' is just the latest.
Actors Orion Lee and John Magaro discover the bonds of friendship — in the 1820s wilderness — with 'First Cow.'
An eccentric documentary looks at what Rembrandt means to art-world elites who collect his paintings.