The coming-of-age film was executive produced by Taika Waititi and premiered at SXSW.
Native SXSW film ‘Frybread Face and Me’ director Billy Luther and teen star Keir Tallman talk identity and the importance of family
Peshawn Bread is breaking Indigenous female stereotypes, on the big and small screens
The filmmaker is creating positive narratives for Native American women.
Native American writer-director Tai Leclaire joins IllumiNative’s Indigenous House launch at Sundance Film Festival
The Mohawk/Mi’kmaq comedian will also be debuting his short film “Headdress” at the festival.
This Big Bad Wolf edit is yet another example of how TikTok loves this ominous Metro Boomin song
TikTok has used Metro Boomin to create the scariest villains ever.
Filmmaker Ian Skorodin: Native stories aren’t the new ‘shiny’ trend — Native communities are a long-term investment
Ian Skorodin, the writer and director of 1998’s “Tushka,” talks to In The Know about LA Skins Fest and the Native American Media Alliance.
Logan Paul reviews ‘Nope,’ internet says he’s a ‘masterclass in not knowing what movies are’
Logan Paul is accused of not only missing the point of Jordan Peele’s hit horror film “Nope” but also being the point of the movie.
Intimacy coordinator shares how she helps actors look naked on TV
An intimacy coordinator shared a behind-the-scenes look on TikTok at how certain TV and movie shots are achieved.
Resurfaced prop from ‘Titanic’ reignites infamous debate: ‘There is room for 2 on there’
A TikTok video about the infamous wooden panel in “Titanic” has people debating, once again, if Jack and Rose could have both fit on it.
Everything we know about the David Dobrik documentary (so far)
“Under the Influence” will follow the YouTuber’s rise and fall.
‘Reservation Dogs’ co-creator Sterlin Harjo hopes Indigenous kids make art without asking for permission
Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo’s new documentary “Love and Fury” hits Netflix and select theaters on Dec. 3.