As social thriller films and television shows become more popular, so does the use of Black pain in them.
Every year, the Academy fails to represent the whole picture; while this year may spark hope there are still miles to go.
Yoo Lee wanted to give her daughter a piece of memory. So she turned to animation.
Peacock’s newest sitcom struggles to find its footing, but ultimately gives a much-needed voice to Indigenous creators.
The first season produced amidst the pandemic, Season 13 served elevated drag, fierce competition and a particularly joyful tone.
An examination of the signs and direct consequences of manipulation feigned as love in Disney’s movies.
Despite the drama surrounding the release of HBO’s new show, “The Nevers” is a fun Victorian-era sci-fi show that everyone should be watching.
“Masters of the Currents: A Conversation with the Creators and Cast” brought together webinar attendees across the country and around the world April 7 to celebrate the first nationally touring play about Micronesians in the United States. The event, brought to Zoom by Visions and Voices and Asian Pacific American Student Assembly, foregrounded an often […]
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The Netflix French biopic aims to criticize gender dynamics but doesn’t execute.