Lauren Wissot interviews Maybe Burke and MJ Kaufman about the Trans Theatre Festival, which features a stellar lineup of programming from trans artists and creators.
Anna Hamilton reviews Andi Zeisler’s snappy, comprehensive look at the rise of corporate feminism, and the commodification of a social justice movement.
If you weren’t a Maria Bamford fan already, you will be after watching Lady Dynamite, her hilarious new comedy.
Media coverage of Prince’s death lingers over the fact that he was taking opioid medications, but there’s no surprise there. They were being used to manage his chronic pain, and using his as a figurehead for the “opioid epidemic” hurts addicts and patients alike.
Given the name of the foundation, the address where it is located is surprising. Yes, Fondazione Prada was actually founded by the same Prada of the fashion brand. But no, you won’t find the building in Via Montenapoleone — the upscale shopping street in Milan. Unexpectedly, the private institution is situated in an industrial area in …
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Lauren Wissot interviews Danish director Andreas Koefoed on his latest film: At Home in the World, premiering at Hot Docs in Toronto this month.
Film writer Mark Farnsworth discusses the documentary ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’ and the legacies of these two giants of cinema.
What we lost when we lost Prince can’t quite be measured in words, but we’ll try.