The millionaire rapper (and former sex worker) has had the best messaging of any celebrity during the pandemic due to her ability to speak to the needs of the working class.
The new thriller “The Other Lamb” by Polish director Małgorzata Szumowska stars Michiel Huisman (“Game of Thrones”) as the leader of a creepy cult of “wives” and “daughters.”
Filmmakers Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole have crafted a messy, women-centric thriller with electrifying turns from Margo Martindale and June Squibb.
The new movie “TAPE,” streaming on April 10, is based on a true story about a predatory Hollywood film producer.
The four-episode miniseries, starring Octavia Spencer as the trailblazing self-made black businesswoman, overlooks the people who helped her make history, writes Cassie da Costa.
The documentary “Midnight in Paris,” about high school kids in Flint, Michigan, going to prom, earned raves on the festival circuit. But somehow, it has yet to find distribution.
The new documentary “Finding Yingying,” which was to premiere at SXSW, tells the story of Yingying Zhang, a promising Chinese international student who disappeared.
The former Dem candidates have turned to late-night television for image rehab in the wake of dropping out. Cassie da Costa on what this practice says about the state of politics.
The docuseries, premiering March 6, is “for the women whose major concern is losing out on the most high-powered jobs because white men won’t let them in,” writes Cassie da Costa.
The celebrated English director opens up to Cassie da Costa about his new film “Sorry We Missed You,” the evils of the gig economy, and his issues with the BBC.