I’m not sure who “Stonewall” was made for. It wasn’t made for young LGBT people seeking good LGBT history, nor for a community who wishes to see its history portrayed with dignity and respect, and without perpetuating stereotypes and old myths. Continue reading
A report released Wednesday focusing on the top-grossing films of the last seven years makes one thing clear: women and people of color are sorely underrepresented in Hollywood.
Heated political rhetoric is nothing new, a new documentary on Gore Vidal and William Buckley shows. Continue reading
Samantha Bee is a comedian, writer, former correspondent for The Daily Show and official cool parent. Continue reading
Artist Amanda Louise Spayd has created a whole world populated by endearing doll-sized creatures. Her fabric creations bring to mind cast-off children’s toys and ill-conceived taxidermy experiments with crooked human teeth. Continue reading
Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles died Thursday night after a 60-year long career that deeply affected the conversations around nonfiction filmmaking, conversations about truth, accuracy, bias and exploitation. Here are clips from seven films that define his unflinching style.
At last night’s 87th annual Oscar ceremony, all eight best picture nominees went home with at least one award. Continue reading
Ahead of the 87th Academy Awards this Sunday, can you guess which Oscar-nominated film these critics’ reviews praised or bashed this past year? Continue reading