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The Designer Behind the Stunning Afro-Futurist 'Black Panther' Costumes

If you love the costumes from Marvel's upcoming superhero blockbuster, thank Oscar nominee Ruth E. Carter.
Zing Tsjeng
1.16.18
Culture
Culture

Why We're So Obsessed with Sexy Monsters

'The Shape of Water' is the first film about a woman having sex with a fish-man to win a Golden Globe for Best Director. But getting seduced by an alluring creature is a tale as old as time.
Carli Velocci
1.11.18
Hollywood
Hollywood

What Actors Have Said About Continuing to Work with Woody Allen

In the wake of #MeToo, some actors who have worked in Woody Allen films are expressing their sincere regret to Dylan Farrow, who says he sexually assaulted her as a child. Others, conversely, are giving interviews about what a good director he is.
Zing Tsjeng
1.11.18
Reel Women
Reel Women

'Margaret' Is the Coming-of-Age Masterpiece You Probably Missed

Obfuscated by time and scandal at the time of its release, "Margaret" is a wondrous story about the traumas of girlhood that deserved "Lady Bird"-like praise.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
1.5.18
film
film

'Pitch Perfect' Star Hana Mae Lee on the Joys of Making a Women-Led Film

The actor, model, and comedian tells Broadly about reuniting with the iconic cast one last time, and why everyone should have bangs.
Linda Yang
1.2.18
film
film

The Gruesome Demise of the 90s Erotic Thriller

The sexy, transgressive film genre that spawned "Basic Instinct" and "Fatal Attraction" is long gone. What happened?
Christina Newland
12.19.17
film
film

'Frida' Is a Testament to Salma Hayek's Talent and Tenacity

After the "Frida" star and producer detailed Harvey Weinstein's abusive behavior during production in a recent op-ed, we revisit the film she completed against all odds.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
12.18.17
film
film

The Filmmaker Literally Taking Us to the Top of the World

Director Jennifer Peedom makes films about mountains and the people foolish enough to climb them. We caught up with her ahead of the release of her new documentary "Mountain."
Sirin Kale
12.15.17
Juno
Juno

'Juno' Made Me Feel Less Alone After I Got Pregnant as a Teenager

In the era before MTV's "Teen Mom" franchise, there were few if any humanizing portraits of pregnant teens on screen. Ten years after its release, "Juno" is still one of the most important movies about teen pregnancy.
Sian Ferguson
12.5.17
film
film

All Hail the Weird, Wonderful Goth Girls of Cinema History

From "The Bride of Frankenstein" to "The Craft," goth characters tell the complicated stories of disenfranchised women fighting to reclaim their power.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
11.30.17
Cold Takes
Cold Takes

Watch 'Species,' the 90s Scifi About a Sexy, Killer Alien Trying to Get Laid

More than twenty years after its release, the oft-roasted movie shines as an accidental satire that scares and arouses audiences of all ages.
Sara David
11.29.17
film
film

Dee Rees on Tackling Racism in Her Epic Southern Period Drama 'Mudbound'

The former marketing executive used to sell panty liners for Proctor & Gamble. Now she's reinventing herself as one of the most vital voices in American cinema.
Katherine McLaughlin
11.13.17