Kitty Green’s “Ukraine is Not a Brothel” is a documentary that goes beyond both politics and T&A hype to bring us a complex portrait of a movement seemingly riddled with contradiction.
This year’s Miles Franklin selection is a pretty balanced, if ever so slightly vanilla, selection of literary output.
This has been your regular lesson in human decency.
Set on the paradise island of Floreana in the Galapagos in the 1930s, The Galapagos Affair is a tale of small town feuding and Tinseltown aspirations turned deadly.
Citing economic malaise, unfettered regulation from Rome, and outrageous taxes, the average Venetian doesn’t feel its best interests are shared with the rest of Italy.
There is much that is contradictory and unclear in how this inquiry shutdown is being handled.
The nominee list for the annual Nebula Awards is out, and, as usual, it’s a strong one.
It’s all too evident how an Aboriginal woman with an intellectual disability might end up incarcerated without even a trial.
Here is the thing – “The Misogyny Factor” is worth a look, but it is also, fundamentally, disappointing.
As medical marijuana becomes legalized in more states, will Medicare provide similar coverage as per prescription drugs of pharmaceutical corporations?
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