‘P-Valley’ Dances to a Different Tune

July 7

This new Starz drama is set in a strip club but “pulses with the female gaze,” said the creator, Katori Hall. Its premise is that sex work is as worthy of exploration as any other kind of work.


‘What is so frightening about equality?’ Cate Blanchett on playing a historic anti-feminist in Mrs America

July 8, 2020

The new BBC series follows Phyllis Schlafly’s 1970s campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment. Nadja Sayej talks to its stars Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne and Niecy Nash


Recreating colonial New Zealand

May 22

New Zealander Felicity Abbott took on the job of her life when recreating colonial New Zealand for the TV adaptation of The Luminaries.


Mississippi Burning

June 26, 2020

Novelist Rodes Fishburne’s new series, Paradise Lost, for Spectrum Originals is a rich, Southern slow burn in front of the camera, and a path toward inclusivity behind the lens.


Understanding the dress codes of Orthodox Jewish women and their diverse interpretations

June 17, 2020

The show's costume designer Justine Seymour spent hours on meticulous research, including a week-long stint within the Satmar community in New York. "I consider one of the biggest gifts of my job to be that it is very creative, but also very educational," she said during a phone interview.


Phyllis Schlafly and Gloria Steinem Knew Fashion Mattered—And So Does Mrs. America

May 17, 2020

The series honors the brilliance with which these women wielded their wardrobes.


Exclusive: ‘Dune’ DP Greig Fraser on Shooting Denis Villeneueve’s “Epic” Sci-Fi Adaptation

June 4 2020

Anticipation for filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi adaptation of Dune has been high pretty much ever since it was announced that the Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 director would be tackling Frank Herbert’s complex tome. But that anticipation was raised even higher when we learned that Villeneuve had tapped Rogue One and Foxcatcher cinematographer Greig Fraser to shoot the film.


How Unorthodox's costume designer created freedom through fashion

May 29, 2020

Over the course of four episodes, clothes are the medium through which protagonist Esty finds her freedom and leaves her oppressive past behind.


Retired Astronaut Terry Virts On The Historic SpaceX Launch | TIME

May 30, 2020

TIME's Jeffrey Kluger spoke with Terry Virts, a veteran of two space flights, including a mission to help build the International Space Station, about the upcoming launch to the ISS.


Greig Fraser: Shooting A Galaxy Far, Far Away…

May 26, 2020

Aussie cinematographer Greig Fraser has crafted stunning imagery for The Mandalorian and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.


How TD Bank Remade One of Its Most Popular Ads for the Quarantine Era

May 6, 2020

The 30-second spot was shot on an iPhone 11 Pro inside the actor's house


Virtual Gallery selling prints by filmmakers. Proceeds support industry crew members out of work during the pandemic

April 22, 2020

KEEPGOING is a project created by filmmakers, for filmmakers. It is a virtual gallery showcasing and selling prints from Directors and Cinematographers, which supports industry crew members out of work during the COVID-19 pandemic. For every print sold, we will donate 100% of the proceeds to the Motion Picture & Television Fund COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.


BizTalk: COVID-19 hits creative sector

April 11, 2020

Global box office revenue hit an all-time high of over 42 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. But 2020’s turn in mood due to the coronavirus pandemic is something neither the Avengers nor Elsa could save....


Girl Power

March 1, 2020

If predictions and forecasts are
anything to go by, then Mulan, director Niki Caro’s live-action adaptation of Walt Disney’s 1998 classic animated film, is destined to conjure-up magical
results at the global box office and beyond. The official trailer was watched over a billion times
in China alone, and reportedly brought some fans to tears...


TIME Space - "It's not hard to practice social distancing at Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome"

March 1, 2020

“The key to any successful expedition is to keep the crew busy,” says former NASA astronaut and space station veteran Terry Virts. “A busy crew is a happy crew—and a bored crew is a disaster. This is a great time for people to do the things they’ve been delaying for years—organize the house, start writing that novel, organize your family photos and scan the old photo albums, come up with a financial plan once the economy turns somewhat normal again—and it will.”...