‘Hustlers’ shows what happens when you put women in charge of movies

Research shows that when women work as a director, they change the nature of what we see on screen

‘Hustlers’ is about ‘friendship and money,’ but it isn’t a female empowerment flick. Director Lorene Scafaria explains.

The caper stars Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu as dancers at a strip club who drug wealthy men and max out their credit cards

‘Fast Color,’ an indie film about black female superheroes, might get a second chance on television

Amazon Studios is in the midst of developing the movie into a television series

Adele Lim was celebrated for bringing authenticity to ‘Crazy Rich Asians.’ She’s leaving the sequel over pay disparity with her male co-writer.

According to sources, Lim’s starting offer was $110,000 — a little more than one-tenth of the $800,000 to $1 million offered to her white, male co-screenwriter

At 10, Eleanor Worthington-Cox won Britain’s top award for theater. Now, at 18, she’s starring in a thriller.

‘Gwen,’ a dark folk tale set in Wales in the 1800s, hits theaters Friday

When my grandmother died, she didn’t know she had cancer. Was it really ‘a good lie’?

Just like in the new film ‘The Farewell,’ my family decided to keep my grandmother’s diagnosis a secret

In ‘Harriet,’ Cynthia Erivo assumes the role of the iconic American abolitionist

The film seems likely to earn awards buzz for Erivo, 32, who is an Oscar away from becoming the youngest EGOT recipient

Natalie Portman as Thor and everything else you need to know about Phase 4 of the MCU

Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will also get a standalone film

Lulu Wang’s ‘The Farewell’ resonated with me. No matter your background, you’ll probably relate to it, too.

The film, starring Awkwafina, exemplifies the magic that comes from a woman telling her own story, on her own terms