Month: March 2023
Kamilah Rae Lewis Interview on her Basketball-Playing Father Raymond Lewis
Spotlighting the legacy of the legendary Raymond Lewis through the love of a devoted daughter.
A Killer’s Hold on a City in ‘Boston Strangler’
“Boston Strangler” pulls the curtain back on a well-documented historical moment involving significant contributions from women reporters.
Luz de ‘Cuatro Lunas’
By depicting 4 different stories, Director Sergio Tovar Velarde keeps the focus on the shared humanity and search for love (both self and romantic) of various gay Mexican men.
‘Luther: The Fallen Sun’, Idris Elba’s Netflix Vehicle, Fails to Make the Point
By undermining the appeal and credibility of black characters, the show compromises the very idea of diversity and representation it sets to promote.
“Birds of Prey” and the Fantabulous Emancipation from the DCEU
Birds of Prey has some of the best stunt work and choreography of 2020, and was the most fun I’d had in an action film since John Wick 3.
The Male Dominance of ‘Hustle’
Adam Sandler goes hard as an NBA scout in this male-heavy sports-drama.
9 More Women in Comedy to Watch This Women’s History Month
This list was made with the intention of celebrating the craft. I love seeing more women of colour on this list than before and more newcomers on the scene as well!
True Spirit (2023): a Story of Surviving the Ocean
A young girl who is determined to sail the ocean within 210 days at sea brings an adventurous story for viewers.
9 Women in Comedy to Watch for Women’s History Month
This list was made with the intention of celebrating comedic craft and a love of seeing more women of colour and newcomers on the scene.
Gods of Mexico, an Artistic Triumph that Eschews Narrative
The documentary depicts the indigenous people of Mexico with sublime reverence, highlighting a generational harmony with the land.