The feature debut for Australian writer-director Mirrah Foulkes, "Judy and Punch" is a 17th century female revenge story starring Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman.
What's on TV Saturday, June 6 plus Sunday talk shows: 'Ad Astra' on HBO
CNN and "Sesame Street" are cohosting "Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism," a town hall to help families discuss race and the nationwide protests.
Sony Music Group and Universal Music Group join Warner Music in setting up multimillion-dollar funds to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
In "El Presidente," on Amazon Prime Video, "Birdman" Oscar winner Armando Bó tackles "FIFA Gate," the 2015 corruption scandal that engulfed global soccer.
Kanye West, who has been silent in the wake of George Floyd's killing, has reportedly donated millions to his, Breonna Taylor's and Ahmaud Arbery's families.
"Parkland Rising," executive produced by Katie Couric and will.i.am, chronicles the activism that emerged following the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.
In the wake of the protests, Spotify's trendsetting Viral 50 chart features decades-old tracks from Richard Pryor, James Brown and Gil Scott-Heron.
Longtime collaborators Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe come together for a semi-autobiographical tale of the filmmaker's quiet new life in Rome, still driven by an inner anguish.
TV highlights for June 7-13 include a profile of martial arts legend Bruce Lee on ESPN's "30 for 30" and a "Grease Sing-Along" on CBS