The 2018 Charleston Civil Rights Film Fest kicks off on Wednesday, April 25, with a screening of “Vesey” by Lowcountry filmmaker Jason Gourdine, followed by “’63 Boycott,” a documentary about youth protests in Chicago. One of the producers of “’63 Boycott,” Rachel Dickson, will attend.

NEW YORK (AP) — Guillermo del Toro's lavish monster romance "The Shape of Water" fished out a leading 13 nominations, Greta Gerwig became just the fifth woman nominated for best director and "…

Daisies. Rainbows. Kittens playing with yarn. Goats in pajamas. These are things most definitely not depicted in a Stanley Kubrick film montage. What you will see is some pretty freaky, mind-b…

LOS ANGELES — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is apologizing to the cast and crews of the films "La La Land" and "Moonlight" for the mistaken announcement of the best picture w…

It started off as the Swedish comedy “Naken,” released in 2000 and starring Henrik Norberg as the “Naked Guy” who wakes up unclothed in an elevator on his wedding day and relives the moment ev…

The 10th annual French Film Festival of the Alliance Française of Charleston concludes Friday and Saturday with 7 p.m. screenings of "Frantz" and "9 Mois Ferme" in the auditorium of the Basic …

At first glance, punk and country seem like an unlikely pairing, two music genres at opposite ends with mounds of differences between them. But with a little authenticity and respect to both g…

At first glance, punk and country seem like an unlikely pairing, two music genres at opposite ends with mounds of differences between them. But with a little authenticity and respect to both g…