Barry Jenkins took eight years to craft his coming-of-age story about an African-American boy – and ended up making the movie of the moment
'TrumpLand' director on why society should treat the GOP candidate like a pedophile and how "white privilege is on the ballot"
"I felt the group deserved to be the subject of a film by somebody who actually made films," frontman says of collaboration with indie director
Ebie Wright, her mother and her sister are crowdfunding 'A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies'
New film on 1966 tragedy at University of Texas at Austin uses interviews, rotoscoping to give the victims a voice
Filmmaker opens up about his unique process, the difference between his work and 'The Office,' and the joy of filming people in furry costumes
Cult-classic-to-be features a touching family story – and enough explicit sex, full-frontal geriatric nudity and violence to give John Waters pause
New indie movie starring Nick Jonas takes on the brutal, no-holds-barred world of the Greek system's pledge weeks and the damage done
New documentary details how an ordinary accident at Titan II missile silo in 1980 almost caused the deaths of millions of Americans
'The Warriors' director returns with 2016 Toronto Film Festival's most divisive movie — about a hitman being surgically turned into a woman against his will
Legendary filmmaker on collaborating with iconic pop star: "It's a performance film and a portrait of an artist at a certain moment in his career"
Legendary filmmaker talks taking his classic comedy to Radio City Music Hall, Gene Wilder and why farts still equal comic gold
How a no-holds-barred indie follows a young woman's coke-fueled journey through NYC — and makes a bid for being the millennial 'Kids'
'Hell or High Water' star, musician and laid-back icon talks acting advice, personal heroes and his 'Big Lebowski' legacy
The story behind the indie movie that follows the future First Couple from the very beginning