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Barry Jenkins: ‘I just ran full speed’ toward epic ‘Underground Railroad’ adaptation

Barry Jenkins was four or five years old the first time he heard about the Underground Railroad, the19th-century network that helped escaped slaves make...

‘The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill’ fly again on local screens

Bird-lover Mark Bittner and filmmaker Judy Irving speak about restoring the film for a newly flocking audience

‘Zone of Interest’ star Christian Friedel: ‘To go so deep into the darkness was intense’

German actor and musician lays out how new film is careful to implicate humanity in the horrors of the Holocaust.

Director Cord Jefferson lights up truths behind ‘American Fiction’

'There's far more to Black life than moments of tragedy and difficulty,' says first-time helmer of acclaimed new movie

‘Shere Hite actually did change society’: Revindicating the woman who demystified orgasm

New documentary takes on life of bestselling, game-changing author—who was forced to flee the country.

Harrowing tales of escape from North Korea in ‘Beyond Utopia’

Doc traces Pastor Seungeun Kim's efforts to aid defectors: 'I lost my gallbladder after I fell in the jungle during a rescue mission'

What we saw at the Toronto International Film Festival

No starry red carpet, but plenty of dazzle in thoughtful new films by Anna Kendrick, Ava DuVernay, Wim Wenders, more

Ancient Indian demon stalks the young and assimilating in ‘It Lives Inside’

Director Bishal Dutta and star Megan Suri on how new horror film reflects and inverts first-generation anxiety

‘Cassandro’ director: ‘Even in the macho wrestling world, a flamboyant gay man broke down walls’

Roger Ross Williams on filming the incredible story of the Mexican lucha libre star with Gael García Bernal

Bringing sexy back? Ira Sachs on his steamy, unrated new ‘Passages’

"We consider Hollywood this kind of liberal mecca but there's censorship involved," says the filmmaker