The startup's staying power may hinge on the visions concocted by outsiders who go rogue.
Hillary Swank stars in this tense, strikingly shot film from Sundance that's coming to Netflix.
Artists at Sundance are tapping into your own movements to make immersive experiences feel more natural.
Review: The Nightcrawler team's satire starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo is more of a sketch than a major work.
The director explains why he shot the new Netflix movie High Flying Bird with a smartphone -- no matter how much it annoys Christopher Nolan.
The move signals a bigger investment by Disney Animation Studios in the burgeoning medium.
Virtual live improv theater? Karaoke with digital puppets? Synesthetic VR food fests? The tech-driven show lets artists test their limits.
The long-awaited Bill and Ted Face the Music could be released at Christmas. No way!
Amazon Studios, one of the few deep-pocketed studios led by a woman, seals a reported $13 million deal for Late Night, a movie written and directed by women.
Combining documentary footage with dramatic reconstructions, this entertaining film reminds us that migrants are real people with real families.
Review: Premiering at Sundance this week, Share feels like a smartphone-driven, Instagram-era update of the controversial 1995 movie Kids.
The Under Presents is a new kind of VR experience that teleports you from your living room to a sprawling absurdist universe with live actors. Could it finally be VR's killer app?