Sady Doyle’s Trainwreck explores the lurid fascination with celebrities behaving badly, and probes into the deep roots of gawking at rebellious women.
The reality of being Black in America can’t be neatly summed up with a single simulation, but &maybetheywontkillyou tries to provide a glimpse into what it’s like to live with racism everywhere you go.
Train to Busan: Come for the zombies, stay for the brilliant commentary on South Korean society.
Regina Spektor’s ‘Remember Us to Life’ is the artist at her best, showcasing her dramatic creative and vocal range.
Louise Hung delves into the endless racial microaggressions endured by Asian-Americans, and her fears for the consequences of the upcoming election.
Opioids are a subject of controversy in the US, and ‘Dr. Feelgood’ delves into the issue. We talked with the director about her experiences on the film and her thoughts on the pharmaceutical industry.
Ava DuVernay and Queen Sugar are a testimony to the power of Black media.
Satire has a powerful role to play, but it cannot be deployed irresponsibly. To be effective, it must evolve with the times.
See a dog run down by a vehicle is heartbreaking for an animal lover, but for me, it was also a wakeup call to the realities of a world where this was just another day.
The Skeleton Tree takes on the heartwrenching aftermath of grief and what happens to those left behind after an unexpected devastating event. Though it’s a departure from past albums from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, it’s a must-listen.