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Ruth Carter talks on how she designed the costumes for Marvel's "Black Panther."
The director and co-writer of "Black Panther" talks about making his historic Marvel film.
A countdown of our most anticipated films coming this winter.
Chaz Ebert lists her favorite films of 2017.
An article about the 49th NAACP Image Award nominees.
An article about the 2017 Governors Awards ceremony.
A column on the lack of diversity in this year's potential Oscar nominees.
A list of films and special events to check out when attending this year's Chicago International Film Festival.
An interview with the star and director of the Thurgood Marshall film, "Marshall."
A report on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's upcoming grants banquet on August 2nd.
Disney previewed their upcoming live-action features during this year's D23 Expo.
An interview with Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o about "Queen of Katwe."
A dispatch on three films from the Vanguard program of the Toronto International Film Festival.
A preview of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
A preview of dozens of films coming out this summer.
Highlights of the live-action portion of 2015's D23, featuring "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," "Captain America: Civil War," and more!
Marie writes: And so it begins! A new year and another season of Film Festivals and Award shows. The Golden Globes have come and gone and in advance of quirky SXSW, there's Robert Redford's Sundance 2013...
I had the privilege of watching Mischa Webley's curiously entertaining first film, "The Kill Hole" (2012), at the Black Harvest Film Festival in Chicago. This carefully crafted movie has begun winning awards at festivals across the country, and rightly so. Its director and producer Zach Hagen is congenial and it is a very good movie. It keeps leading you in one direction, in order to sneak up on you in the other.
It's a sunny, unseasonable 80 degrees as the 2012 Santa Barbara International Film Festival kicks in, but all I want is to be indoors. When you peer at a schedule listing nearly 200 films jammed into 10 days, and you just can't wait, you know you're an addict. This is my third SBIFF so I recognize the signs.
Suddenly each January, there's an extra bustle in this appealing, laid-back town. Downtown on lower State Street, trucks appear bearing vivid banners, soon to be festooned overhead. Special lights and rigging go up at 2 central venues - the precisely restored, historic Lobero and Arlington Theatres. Locals watch to see whether Festival Director Roger Durling changes his hair: one year it was spikey, another year purple. This time it's rather like Heathcliff - longer, romantic.