Christina Hammonds Reed was only 8 when L.A. erupted and slowly awakened to Black disadvantage. So does the narrator of her debut YA novel.
Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson also star in Ciro Guerra's adaptation of the J.M. Coetzee novel 'Waiting for the Barbarians.'
Readers share opinions on Steinem and Smeal's ERA reality check, Kurt Andersen's review of Mary Trump's book, Emmy nominations and more.
The Black heroes of HBO's horror fantasy "Lovecraft Country," from Misha Green and Jordan Peele, fight genre fiction's unbearable whiteness, to mixed effect.
IFC's gentle father-son drama "Made In Italy" is the writing and directing debut of actor James D'Arcy.
The legendary gender-bending warrior of ancient Chinese lore radicalized at least one 20th century revolutionary. Today's young women will want to be equally challenged and inspired.
Co-founded with Black Lives Matter's Patrisse Cullors, COVID-shuttered gallery Crenshaw Dairy Mart pivots to digital with Instagram show on Black resistance.
AMC's U.S. theaters have been closed since mid-March.
Quibi is offering a free, ad-supported version of its shortform-video streaming service in Australia and New Zealand.
A new documentary about Creem magazine falls short of conveying what made the 1970s publication such a venerated and uproarious chronicler of rock culture.