Author: Atreyo Palit
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!
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.
Creativity Shan’t Be Policed in Issa Rae’s ‘Rap Sh!t’
Rap Sh!t has been confirmed for a second season by HBO! Go watch it and support this creative exploration of Hip-Hop culture from Issa Rae.
KIFF 2022 Review: ‘Joyland’ Criticizes Patriarchy through Its Tender Narrative and Compassionately Humanized Characters
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.
Tim Burton’s ‘Wednesday’ Explores Divisive Politics Through Its Macabre Mystery
Through its morbidly humorous storytelling, Wednesday tells a tale of a world divided that explores the manifestation of generational trauma in its protagonist Wednesday Addams.
Six Drama Films that Explore the Transgender Experience in Children
This Transgender Day of Remembrance, let us take a look at six films about transgender children grappling with their identity in a heteronormative world that despises their kind and tries its best to invalidate their feelings.
This Is Not His Story, This Is What ‘She Said’
It’s passionately protective of the women mentioned in the story or appearing on screen. Just like the article and the #MeToo movement, the film could help a trapped person find the courage to fight back.
Ironically a Netflix Original, ‘Blockbuster’ Is a Fun & Inclusive Must-Watch!
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.
‘Causeway’ Explores Toxic Masculinity Through Its Protagonists
The message to take away from ‘Causeway’ is that toxic masculinity can manifest in anyone, no matter what their gender identity is.
‘The Woman King’: Historic, Majestic, and Empowering!
This action thriller is made with the hope that the black youth of America will feel empowered, and realize the significance of their heritage.