Best known for his role in the Bill & Ted films, Winter is now a respected filmmaker tackling technology, politics, culture and society.
A new film uncovers the extraordinary career of Hollywood icon Hedy Lamarr, from escaping Nazi Germany to pioneering wireless technology.
Mark Parascandola spent ten years travelling rural Spain, documenting the abandoned outposts that once served as locations for iconic Hollywood productions.
The fact Kevin Spacey is gay and that he might have been drunk while allegedly propositioning a 14-year-old for sex is entirely immaterial. Neither should have had a place in his apology.
Photographer Gianluca Galtrucco captures the mysterious side of the California city in his latest book, For Your Consideration.
Artist Jamie Otis takes a sledgehammer and pickaxe to Trump’s star to protest against his obscene political campaign.
While some might have feigned surprise that the 2016 Oscars were so white, anyone with an insight into the industry could have predicted it. From whitewashing to nepotism, and a bunch of stereotypes, it's about time we talk about race and films.
Kenneth Anger turned 89 this week, that’s reason enough to take a look at the surrealist's career as a filmmaker.
Josh Jones' new photo zine Hollywood Star Trekking takes readers on a surreal and subversive celebrity-spotting tour of Los Angeles.
With Boyhood’s six Oscar nominations, we’re throwing our support behind Linklater’s mind-blowing coming-of-age tale.