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"Seeing Allred."

A new Netflix documentary shows a side of Gloria Allred the public has never seen — and it took the filmmakers years for her to agree to do it

Netflix's "Seeing Allred" goes beyond the press conferences to look at attorney Gloria Allred and her quest for women's equality.

After dominating Sundance for 2 years, Netflix and Amazon bought zero movies at the festival this time around — and insiders told us why

BI PRIME: Both companies were non-factors at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, and they might be through with buying independent films.
(L-R) Laura Dern and Isabelle Nélisse in "The Tale."

HBO has bought explosive Sundance hit film ‘The Tale’ starring Laura Dern, reportedly for $7 million

"The Tale" is a movie that epitomizes the #MeToo movement, and has Sundance buzz.
Danny McBride in "Arizona."

How Danny McBride helped a 26-year veteran assistant director finally get his first shot in the director’s chair

Jonathan Watson has been waiting over two decades to finally get the chance to make a movie. Thanks to Danny McBride, it happened.
(L-R) Laura Dern and Isabelle Nélisse in "The Tale."

‘The Tale’ is an explosive look at its director’s experience with sexual abuse that has Sundance audiences buzzing

"The Tale" is a movie that epitomizes the #MeToo movement, and has Sundance buzz.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praised the #MeToo movement, and shared her own experience of sexual harassment

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg extolled the #MeToo movement and shared a personal experience of sexual harassment at Sundance Film Festival.
"Mandy."

Nicolas Cage’s movie at Sundance, ‘Mandy,’ uses his vintage, insane acting style to perfection and has all the makings of a cult cla...

From the director of "Beyond the Black Rainbow," "Mandy" stars Nicolas Cage and uses his style to perfection.

Here’s why everyone at Sundance is talking about the emotionally charged movie ‘Blindspotting’

Director Carlos López Estrada's "Blindspotting" has Sundance buzzing.