When Issa Rae created "Awkward Black Girl" in 2011, she never imagined her YouTube series would evolve and become one of the biggest TV shows of the decade.
Shaka King talks about his long journey to make the Oscar-nominated Fred Hampton story "Judas and the Black Messiah."
Marvel's latest hit-maker reflects on the frustrations he faced navigating Hollywood before writing "Empire" and creating "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier."
Vanessa Williams discusses rebounding after Miss America scandal, finding success in Hollywood and mentoring the next generation of Black artists.
The acclaimed "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" director also discusses dealing with detractors: "These are the people who are holding back progress."
The "Fresh Off the Boat" author reveals how "Good Will Hunting" inspired his directing debut, "Boogie," and his push for Asian American representation on screen to fight anti-Asian bias. "It's a time to stand up for ourselves, stand up for Asian culture."
Director Lee Daniels on representation in Hollywood, creating his own lane and sharing the story of Billie Holiday's activism.
Powers believes that the responsibility to speak out against racism should be carried on by the next generation of changemakers.
Caro talks about her journey as a female filmmaker and directing Disney's new live action epic.
Tamra Davis talks about being fired from the female-driven "Bad Girls" and hired to replace another director on "Billy Madison," all within a matter of weeks.
"Stargirl" director Julia Hart talks about transitioning from full-time English teacher to full-time filmmaker.
"Harriet" director Kasi Lemmons talks about the severe underrepresentation of women of color behind the camera.
Kitty Green has firsthand experience with the industry’s antiquated image of a filmmaker. “I still think people don't expect film directors to look like me,” the Australian director of acclaimed American independent films like "The Assistant" and "Casting JonBenet."
"Birds of Prey" director Cathy Yan recalls her 8mm childhood ambitions, the transition from journalist to filmmaker and what the "stereotypical" director still looks like.
Monty Hall was always ready to make a deal — especially if you were wearing an outrageous costume. The late host of Let’s Make a Deal sat down with Jeopardy‘s Alex Trebek for a wide-ranging interview as part of the documentary Game Changers, which premieres Oct. 20 on BUZZR. In this exclusive sneak peek, Hall recalls how he got into hosting — because he failed at acting!
The 34th season premiere of "Survivor" marks its 500th episode, and some of the show’s most legendary players return for another shot at the $1 million prize.
On Wednesday, ABC aired "Game Changers With Robin Roberts," where the "Good Morning America" host interviewed some of 2016’s biggest movers and shakers.