The coronavirus has ended big budget brand deals for some influencers, but the focus has shifted to engaging with a potentially bigger audience more authentically.
'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' director Eliza Hittman talks to Mark Olsen about her latest film and its unconventional release during coronavirus pandemic.
Documentary filmmaker Greg Barker has two new movies in one weekend: His narrative debut with Netflix biopic "Sérgio," and the Showtime doc "The Longest War."
Bob Dylan has released 'I Contain Multitudes,' his second new song in a matter of weeks, following the 17-minute-long 'Murder Most Foul.'
Fiona Apple's fifth album, five years in the making, is a rich text to scour in quarantine.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, federal guidelines will leave decisions about reopening businesses to the states. Cinema owners are hopeful they will be able to ramp up for at least part of the summer.
Noah Schnapp of "Stranger Things" and Seu Jorge try to cook up a recipe for unity in "Abe."
What's on TV Friday, April 17
Icelandic filmmaker Hlynur Pálmason's award-winning second feature, "A White, White Day," is a gripping, ruminative drama of grief and revenge.
For his latest "Some Good News" trick, John Krasinski is inviting high school students who lost their prom to coronavirus to a virtual dance party.