After a year of coronavirus, the 2021 Oscar nominations have arrived, filled with pleasant surprises and controversial snubs like every other year. However, this year, the Academy has made a bold statement with its most diverse set of nominations yet.
In a virtual event hosted by USC SCA during Diversity, Equity and Inclusion week, LGBTQ+ writers, directors and producers came together to discuss LGBTQ+ representation in film and television.
HBO’s newest docuseries renews debate about allegations of sexual and emotional abuse claimed against Woody Allen.
USC SCA hosted a Q&A with the cast and crew of “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” that explored their process of making the final film in the teen romance series.
From superheroes to badass leads to women directing women-centric stories, here are some movies to kickstart Women’s History Month.
The 2021 Caucus Awards honored students and professionals in an online celebration.
“Raya and the Last Dragon,” though at times seem to fall strictly within Disney’s film formula, is ultimately a beautifully animated story inspired by Southeast Asian cultures that is worth a watch.
The film’s all-consuming anger at the patriarchy is rightful, but stifles the actual narrative.
Make the decision for yourselves whether or not to watch.
Edwin Porres Jr. addresses Latinx inclusivity in his film “Hóllyweird.