I hope that more people will see Joyland, understand the situation, and eventually change themselves and society so we can have a more accommodating world where everyday tragedies like the one depicted in the film do not occur.
The cultural insensitivity of ‘Slumberland’ is discreet, and can be easily overlooked in CGI extravaganza.
Disney’s first Christmas advert, ‘From Our Family to Yours’ teaches us the magic of the holidays.
Although Christmas is a time of year for love and cheer for all, holiday cinema has not always represented diverse communities. Being a holiday with Christian origins, much of its media consists of straight white families or straight white romances. Luckily, modern years have been bringing with them plenty of POC and LGBTQ+ representation that the holidays so desperately need.
The film centers around two young women, Becca and Sam, who were once high school sweethearts until they reconnect in their town.
Lindsay Lohan makes a big film comeback in this amazing holiday comedy of the year.
‘The Menu’ has a strong story. The 5 acts, which are defined by the courses, are an excellent subversion of the classic 5-act film structure.
The major flaw of the series is that it’s hosted on Netflix and barely makes malicious comments about it despite being focused on the lives of people directly affected by the Capitalist mentality of the OTT corporation.
Coverage from the Austin Film Festival, highlighting some panels and films that emphasized the importance of diverse and inclusive storytelling.
In The Novelist’s Film, Hong explores the meaningful things people share and inspire by virtue of simply engaging with one another.