Gaga: Five Foot Two serves as a wonderful and moving montage of, truly, how stardom actually takes a village. And that village needs a piece of its star at every turn.
Bodied is the new film from Joseph Kahn, a music video director who's become almost as famous for his outspoken Twitter presence as for his work. But there's plenty of thought behind all his online button-pushing.
In his new film I Love You, Daddy, Louis C.K. at the very least points to the elephant in the room.
The actor weighs in on the importance of trust, those Dark Tower reviews, and maybe doing a comedy. (Warning: Some spoilers ahead.)
Jennifer Lawrence's mindblowing new movie is tough to love, but even harder to forget.
"I'm living my life now and I'm not telling myself 'no,' I’m just going do what I want to do and wait until other people tell me 'no.'"
“There are these areas of the tourist capital of the world that are blighted and we don’t even know it.”
Sebastian Stan's mustache, you riddle, I will solve you.
But whether I, Tonya and Molly's Game have two of this year's best female protagonists is a more complicated question.
Equal pay! Equal pay! Equal pay!
Idris Elba, Brie Larson, George Clooney, and more stars went retro at BuzzFeed and Getty Images' photo studio at the Toronto International Film Festival.
"I hope people watching it who do struggle with chronic pain know that they're not alone."
Fresh from the Toronto International Film Festival and headed to a theater near you, here are the films to look out for (in addition to the already much-discussed Manchester by the Sea and The Birth of a Nation).
Moonlight will break your heart a thousand times.
The director and star of Toronto International Film Festival favorite Barry — about the president's first year at Columbia University in 1981 — tell BuzzFeed News why he's such a great subject for film.
A fuck-patriarchy streak — uneven though it may be — at the Toronto International Film Festival is uniting a Brie Larson shoot-'em-up, a gender reassignment thriller, and a kaiju drama.
Sexual assault has engulfed The Birth of a Nation, not only because of the film's content, but because its director, star, and screenwriter Parker was accused of rape 17 years ago. Now, only one member of the cast and crew is truly speaking openly about sexual violence, and she's a survivor herself.
Jill Soloway told TIFF audiences that Season 3 will address intersectionality — of gender, race, class, and queerness — and ask the question: Is god female?
During a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, Parker "respectfully" asked to keep the focus on The Birth of a Nation story, cast, and crew.
Representation needs more than just characters of color showing up.
At The Birth of a Nation's debut at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday, the filmmaker was not questioned about the 1999 rape case against him that has re-emerged.
Tom Hiddleston, Tom Hardy, and Johnny Depp faltered. Brie Larson, Alicia Vikander, and Matt Damon jumped to the front of the awards season pack. And everyone seemed to love movies about journalism.
The just-wrapped Toronto International Film Festival is where many Oscar hopefuls launch campaigns. But it's also an excellent platform to discover movies that are wildly different from anything you might see in the multiplex.
The actors make impressive crime bosses, but Black Mass and Legend can't get into the heads of their showy mobsters.
"I'm not private. I just really want to be true to myself," Stewart told BuzzFeed News during an interview with Equals director Drake Doremus at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Matt Damon goes to Mars and shows that when it comes to space sagas, nerds rule.
Beasts of No Nation and Room tell stunning stories about the strength of children.
Conleth Hill, who plays Lord Varys on Game of Thrones, talks to BuzzFeed News about his new film, A Patch of Fog, the lies of Wikipedia, and Varys memes.
The provocative filmmaker goes searching for good ideas overseas in his new documentary Where to Invade Next.
Lots of biopics, lots of LGBT visibility, and double helpings of Tom Hardy and Tom Hiddleston — these and more are among the promising highlights of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, which starts Sept. 10.
While We're Young is actually a comedy about fleeing adulthood, filmmaking, and the doc that spawned MTV's hit series.
This year, A-list actors (Jake Gyllenhaal! Reese Witherspoon! Benedict Cumberbatch! Kristen Stewart!) remarkably reinvented themselves in movies that were not quite as fantastic.
"You know how Meg Ryan has one facial expression?"
With three films at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Girls star has impressively found a way to both stand out and separate himself from the character that made him famous.
In The Good Lie and especially in Wild, the 38-year-old actress has finally rekindled the spark that launched her career.
In an Oscar race like this one, we all win.
With Rosewater, based on the true story of a tortured journalist, the Daily Show frontman stepped behind the camera for the first time. “I think the best decision I made was to be cognizant of my own ignorance.”
Still Alice, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, brings the audience on the painful journey of a woman living with a disease for which there is no cure.
WWCBD? The actress formerly known as Tami Taylor, who stars in the upcoming movie This Is Where I Leave You, answers that question for us.
The fanboy king and Clerks director has made something shocking, funny, and fresh in Tusk.
In Big Game, an action film that recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Jackson's U.S. president cannot throw a punch. But that is not an (intentional) dig at Obama.
Chris Rock is back in a big way with his latest film, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, and Ansel Elgort star in Jason Reitman's movie that reaches for big themes about online life, but just doesn't connect.
The star of Men, Women & Children explains how the recent leak changed his online behavior, but here's why he also thinks it's important for celebrities to be active on social media.
Why everyone's going to be talking about Jake Gyllenhaal's performance as a gleefully amoral cameraman in Nightcrawler.
Hayao Miyazaki may have retired, but a new doc about his company offers an unprecedented look at how he worked. Meanwhile, Ghibli's latest animated release turns an old folktale into something truly epic.
Watch the trailer for Eden, the new movie from Mia Hansen-Løve set in the '90s French dance music scene, only on BuzzFeed.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anna Kendrick, and Reese Witherspoon? Yes, please.