Ji-young Yoo landed a supporting role in the upcoming film adaptation of A24’s “The Sky is Everywhere.”
With the announcement of the latest Princess Diana biopic, it is once again time to consider who the biopic is for and how it portrays its subject.
Emerald Fennell displays a masterclass in writing, directing and storytelling.
Films Reflecting Ourselves, also known as FRO Fest, celebrated Black identity, culture and family through films.
SCA sophomore Kelly Yu announced the production of her first short film, “Plum Town,” a story of tradition based on her own family history.
“Nomadland” wanders, but finds its own definition of home.
School of Cinematic Arts hosted a live screening and Q&A with Emmy-nominated director Sam Pollard who gave insight into the film.
Pearl Malik hopes to have more open conversations on stigmatized issues.
The collaborative documentary from USC and Prairie View A&M University explores the perspectives of students on the year 2020.
Clarice Starling deserves better than CBS’s new “Silence of the Lambs” spinoff “Clarice,” whose premiere fails to give her the storyline she deserves.