Revisiting the Historic 2002 Oscars With Comedians W. Kamau Bell and Kevin Avery
The night Halle Berry, Denzel Washington, and Sidney Poitier all took home Academy Awards.
Moonlight Editor Joi McMillonOn her journey to becoming the first black woman nominated for a Best Film Editing Oscar.
Filmmaker Raoul PeckThe Oscar-nominated director on his James Baldwin doc I Am Not Your Negro. Plus, we revisit Dances With Wolves with blogger Adrienne Keene.
(A)sexual Star and Director David Jay and Angela TuckerFrom a 2011 documentary to today’s BoJack Horseman, depictions of asexuals on screen.
Capturing Visual Styles With Ruth E. CarterThe two-time Oscar nominee behind Do the Right Thing on capturing the perfect visual styles for Spike Lee, Joss Whedon, and more.
More on Disney’s Moana With Nate ChinenThe conversation continues with a discussion of the Hawaiian Renaissance and Lilo & Stitch in this special outtake.
Better Things’ Pamela AdlonThe actor/writer/producer on how her new FX series reflects her life as a single mom and the pressures of being a woman in Hollywood.
Comedian Kathy Griffin on Her CareerGriffin talks about pushing against ageism and sexism in Hollywood and her latest book.
Good Girls Revolt’s Joy BryantThe multihyphenate Hollywood star on playing a civil rights legend, speaking out, and the beloved drama Parenthood.
The “I’m Not Your Wife” EditionFilm and television writer Patricia Resnick talks about working in Hollywood as a woman in the 1970s and ’80s.
The “Your Actual Belief” EditionRepresent talks to former Gawker editor–turned–TV writer Cord Jefferson.
The “Nah. My shoes.” EditionRepresent talks to writer/director Justin Tipping about his new movie Kicks.
The “Where Are the Women?” EditionRepresent talks to Equal Means Equal director Kamala Lopez and delves into Donald Glover’s new comedy, Atlanta.
The “Big Butt Bertha” EditionRepresent talks to actor-comedian Nicole Byer about being a black, female comedian on social media.
#OscarsSoWhite Creator April ReignThe prominent activist shares her thoughts on this year’s crop of Oscar nominees and the work that still needs to be done.
One Day at a Time’s Rita MorenoThe legendary EGOT winner on her new Netflix show, overcoming depression, and being a Latina woman in Hollywood.
Represent: 2016 in ReviewA look back on this year in representation, featuring some familiar friends of the show.
The Creators of Search Party on Depicting Insufferable MillennialsThe screenwriting duo on depicting privileged millennials on-screen.
Disney and Representation: Moana and Floyd NormanMusic writer Nate Chinen on Moana’s depiction of Pacific Islander culture and an interview with Disney’s legendary first black animator.
Filmmaker Nisha Ganatra on Directing for TVThe Transparent and Mr. Robot director on how important it is to have different perspectives in the room.
Moonlight Filmmaker Barry JenkinsOn how the director confronted a difficult past while telling a story so rarely seen on screen.
The Birth of a Nation EditionRepresent unpacks Birth of a Nation with Slate’s chief political correspondent, Jamelle Bouie.
The “You Don’t Understand” EditionRepresent discusses race and class in Transparent, and talks to actor Joe Seo about Spa Night.
The “Kind of Woman or Kind of Man” EditionRepresent talks to writer, actor, and transgender activist Jen Richards about Matt Bomer being cast as a transgender sex worker.
The “Is That As Far As I Get?” EditionRepresent talks The Get Down and new coming-of-age dramedy Morris From America with comedy vet Craig Robinson.