movie

Opinion

In 'Guava Island,' Donald Glover Paints Death Into Music

Donald Glover's musical drama about a singing martyr invokes sentiments around loss in communities of color, akin to Nipsey Hussle's recent passing.
Bianca Betancourt
3 days ago
Interview

'Native Son' Star Kiki Layne Just Wants Black Women to Be Seen

“We're seeing white actresses doing all these things and booking back to back amazing roles. But even though I haven’t seen that with someone like me, it doesn’t mean it’s not possible. It’s possible.”
Nadja Sayej
4.11.19
Reel Women

The 'Amazing Grace' of Aretha Franklin

After being buried for over 40 years, footage of Aretha Franklin’s iconic church performance, which would become one of the highest-selling gospel albums in history, finally comes to light.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.5.19
Interview

Taylor Schilling's 'Family' Is A Heartfelt Look At Workaholism

In theaters April 19, Taylor Schilling stars as an alpha female whose ambition doesn't leave room for vulnerability.
Nadja Sayej
4.1.19
Film

Bollywood’s First Lesbian Rom-Com Is Bringing Queer Love to Indian Cinema

The mother of a gay child, Shelly Chopra Dhar, and Gazal Dhaliwal, a trans woman, co-wrote the script for a groundbreaking new movie in India in the hopes of getting through to parents of LGBTQ children.
Alyssa Klein
3.8.19
Reel Women

Kathleen Collins’ ‘Losing Ground’ Is a Rare, Revolutionary Gem

The 1982 film about the inner workings of Black lives resists fetishization or absolution—and it is a breath of fresh air.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
3.6.19
Film

'Bend it Like Beckham' Is the Gayest Love Story Never Told

While "Bend it Like Beckham" is often mistaken for a coming-of-age story about soccer player best friends, many of us saw our own baby queer desires in Jess and Jules' relationship.
Jill Gutowitz
2.11.19
Documentary

How Dr. Ruth Brought Radical Sexual Politics Out of the Shadows

Director Ryan White talks to Broadly about his new documentary on Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the legendary educator who took sex out of the bedroom and onto the dinner table.
Joi Childs
2.7.19
Sundance

Filmmakers Speak Out On the Reality of Sundance's Inclusion Efforts

“I’ve been in rooms where I hear people talk about needing more people of color and not knowing where to look. If you just turn around and ask me, I could roll off forty, fifty names."
Mari Meyer
2.1.19
sexual abuse

'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Accused Of Rape and Abuse

A new investigation published in The Atlantic contains testimony from multiple men who alleged Singer and his associates targeted underage boys in a pattern of sexual coercion and abuse.
Sirin Kale
1.23.19
Culture

Natalia Dyer Is Not Active on Social Media but Knows You're Watching Her

The "Stranger Things" actress opens up about social media, her new film, "Mountain Rest," and the thrill of working with women.
Nadja Sayej
12.12.18
Culture

8 Christmas Movies on Netflix that Pass the Bechdel Test

You know you're gonna indulge in a Christmas movie—at least pick one where women talk about things besides men!
Leila Ettachfini
12.3.18
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