Why is Hollywood casting an Asian woman in a Native American role, and why are audiences sitting down for it?
Ed Skrein isn’t a hero. He just did the right thing. Will Hollywood follow suit?
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press just hit Netflix, and it’s a timely cautionary tale about press freedoms and editorial independence.
Through original footage, documentarians cast a fresh look at the Reagan presidency, providing an intimate look at one of the most mythologised presidencies in history.
Everyone’s going gaga over Wonder Woman. A closer look at the film raises some questions. A lot of questions, actually.
Can we disrupt the model minority myth to place Asian firmly in the heroic pantheon?
Correspondent Lauren Wissot reports on a series of provocative testimonies to race, power, and culture at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
After casting Eurasian actor Henry Golding in its leading role, Crazy Rich Asians is raising questions about what it means to be ‘Asian enough.’
Expectations are high for Crazy Rich Asians—can the film deliver on the promise of better Asian-American representation in Hollywood?
Moonlight should take a well-deserved victory lap to celebrate its Oscars triumph, and now that we’re not pitting the two films against each other, maybe we can take another look at La La Land.