Nate Parker
The film may as well be titled "For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Vigilantism When Kneeling for the Anthem Isn’t Enough."
Parker's polarizing new movie won the best film prize in Venice's Sconfini section.
Nate Parker's new film — a clumsy found-footage political drama — is so bad that he deserves to be canceled on artistic grounds alone.
Seeking redemption at the Venice Film Festival, Parker addressed the elephant in the room during the press conference for his new film.
Parker stars in the politically-charged "American Skin," which he also wrote and directed.
Parker is set to rewrite the script and direct this true story about LAPD detective Ralph Waddy.
IndieWire spoke to women about their struggle in the male-dominated world of film production and the dangers of speaking up.
"The Birth of a Nation," "Fences," "Hidden Figures," "Loving" and "Moonlight" all land Best Picture nods.
"He was cleared of all that stuff. And it was years ago. You have to follow the system there," says the 'Hacksaw Ridge' director.
State investigators are said to be looking into whether the school mishandled Parker's case.
The film's executive producer (and early champion) spoke out about the challenges over the past several months.
Amid another box office downslide, Fox Searchlight's high-profile "The Birth of a Nation" struggled in wide release.
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