Seven years after George Miller’s previous film, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’, he dives back into the scene with an equally daring movie. Although not nearly as action-packed, his newest film ‘Three Thousand Years Of Longing’ challenges the typical format of a film, giving you a well-known plot in an unexpected way.
Presenting a bold and unapologetic narrative focused on strong Muslim female characters, the show beautifully incorporates punk rock as a feminist movement in their lives.
The Sandman features a plethora of LGBTQ+ characters and is openly expressive about it!
It’s not often in America that you turn on the TV and see a show or a movie with a Muslim protagonist. And when they do, they’re usually a negative stereotype. Ms. Marvel changes all of that.
Alongside A Drowning Man, I Signed The Petition, 3 Logical Exits, and A World Not Ours, A Man Returned continues to paint a realistic portrait of the Refugee Crisis that eschews the Western gaze and stereotype. These are real portraits painted by a director with lived experience, cultural connection and an amazing eye for visuals.
Izzy and Prince Thomas learn that taking control of their own destiny requires following their hearts and making their own decisions.
“A Drowning Man” (2017) explores the unseen aspects of the Refugee Crisis. In, 15 far-too-short minutes, viewers are given a detailed snapshot of what it’s like for a refugee to drown in the waters of poverty and otherness while trying to navigate a land whose promise has worn off, and only ‘strange’ remains.
This 2016 winner of an Ophir Award for Best Film focuses on the forbidden romance of a young, Bedouin woman and the ramifications it has for her family, her identity, and her culture.
Ultimately the problem with The Bubble is that it plays everything for laughs to get around the audience’s defenses. But it comes off like a privileged white male thinking that ridiculing everyone else equally is the road to equality. And it’s not. And it’s definitely not funny to pretend that it is.
The film follows the biblical story of Moses, from his time as a prince of Egypt, to a leader for the people of Israel. It’s a film that works brilliantly in animation, and is one that both children and adults can; enjoy despite its religious contexts, it is friendly to general audiences.