After a longstanding walkout of writers this past summer, studios finalized negotiations with the WGA, ending one of the industry’s longest strikes.
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Creased spines. A scent somewhere between mildew and vanilla. Dimensions that never quite align with the rest of the inventory on your bookshelf. You’ve arrived at the classics section – but will you find any treasures?
What may just seem like a concert, to me, stands for so much more.
National Geographic filmmaker Bertie Gregory talks wave-washing killer whales, conservation and new series ‘Animals Up Close’
In his latest documentary series, host and filmmaker Bertie Gregory takes viewers on a multi-continental wildlife filmmaking adventure, capturing the most remarkable animal encounters on our ever-changing planet like never before.
Celine Song’s directorial film debut “Past Lives” is a contemplative, romantic film that showcases the choices and what-ifs in one’s life.
Jed Caluag stays busy creating day-in-the-life content in New York City, while simultaneously helping college students find their next home.
Nazia Hassan, the legendary Pakistani musician and activist, passed away 23 years ago today.
“Persuasion” tells the story of a rekindled romance between the unlikeliest lovers.
The story of Count Dracula has been told over and over again in countless renditions (and with many more to come).
How Renfield strays away from the traditional vampire horror movies.