The inaugural Middle Coast Festival kicks off this weekend.
Orphans Midwest celebrates a motley assortment of ephemeral celluloid-- from old educational films to home movies and test reels.
In this interview, director Doug Blush discusses his documentary: Of Two Minds.
First time filmmakers Anna Saraceno and Anna Vanderzee were last year's Pride Video Shoot Out winners with their comedy "The Lady Bunch."
From the character in Bram Stoker's novel, to the various film portrayals, to the historical figure who was the inspiration for it all... Who is Dracula?
Madsen Minax combines his love of music with his love of film making in the new transfabulous rockumentary 'Riot Acts.'
In its 8th year, Bloomington's Pride Film Festival will bring 23 LGBTQ-themed movies to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. But who decides which movies make the cut?
The most impactful voice in Reed Cowan's film comes in the form of insider documents from the Mormon Church outlining its decade-long anti-gay campaign.
Rick Alverson taps into his relationship with the music label Jagjaguwar to producer his feature-length film The Builder.
"Drag Me to Hell" is the triumphant return of horror's prodigal son.