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Can’t make the Bloomington Pride Film Festival this weekend? Here are the best LGBT, gender-queer and all around open-minded films to stream instead. From confused, intersex teenagers to gay fairytales for kids, these streaming platforms are making inclusive stories a priority.
"Powerless" — Feb. 2
This year’s IU Cinema lineup provides students with distinct opportunities to hear acclaimed directors speak and to see independent, foreign and award-nominated films. From indie comedies to European thrillers, Weekend breaks down the can’t-miss events at the cinema this semester.
With the new year comes a new class of rising stars and red carpet darlings. Here are Weekend’s picks for the busiest and most talented actors to watch in 2017.
The first 15 minutes of Sunday's Golden Globe Awards foreshadowed how the rest of the night would go.
It’s December, and awards season is finally and fully upon us.
The day after Thanksgiving is typically reserved for turkey comas and Black Friday shopping, but this year fans forewent doorbuster deals in favor of a TV revival 10 years in the making.
Those looking for a reprieve from the current American political landscape need look no further than Netflix’s new period drama “The Crown,” which follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II in her first decade in power.
Within the past few years, the popularity of Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl” and its equally successful film adaptation has led to an overwhelming trend of female-centric thrillers.
As last month’s Emmy Awards proved, HBO is dominating television this year.
As recent controversy would suggest, it can be next to impossible to get an award show right.
The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air Sept. 18 . Here are our predictions for some of the most anticipated categories.
The end of summer means the end of mostly good things: sunshine, no school, warm weather ... you name it, we’ll miss it. But summer tends to be a wasteland for good television, and in that regard, we can’t wait for fall.
When considering female superheroes in film, it’s helpful to take an Ebenezer Scrooge style approach.
Proceed with caution: This review is dark and full of spoilers.
I love a good miniseries.