Cinderella, the ever-changing fairytale, inspires no shortage of analysis and debate.
What does "live theatre" truly mean when it's broadcast to cinema screens? And how does streaming Shakespeare stack up to the theatrical version?
Iconic musical "The Sound of Music" celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Animated gifs function like early cinema in several ways.
The American motion picture industry honors itself every year with the Academy Awards, now known officially as "The Oscars."
The Birth of a Nation—1915's blockbuster hit and the most popular movie of its day—was released 100 years ago this month.
Does the movie industry owe it to the public to get the facts right in historical movies?
In 2014, attendance at the movies hit its lowest level in two decades.
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Orson Welles.
The Hollywood musical was slaughtered onscreen for the entertainment of the spectator in The Phantom of Hollywood, a horribly tacky made-for-TV movie.