Andor is an origin story where each side will do whatever it takes.
When it comes down to it, The English explores what happens when power is unchecked and how those who seem powerless, have more strength than most through their convictions for justice.
Director Dana Ziyasheva made her directorial debut, ‘Defenders of Life’ which focuses on the Ngäbe community, and the hardships Ngäbe girls faced in Costa Rica.
A new chapter for the Predator Franchise, Prey(2022), brings an action-packed film of two hunters going against one another to prove their worth in the hunt.
Inuit girls use their Inuit tradition to hunt down alien monsters, enough said.
I have talked with founder of Red Nation Television Network, Joanelle Romero, and the future of Indigenous representation looks bright.
‘Prey’ is the seventh edition of the Predator series and offers a new take on the iconic hunter and an amazing representation of Native Americans.
We’re in the midst of July, the month in which Americans are supposed to be at their most patriotic! With barbecues, beach trips, and fireworks galore, this is the month where we celebrate our country. For Incluvie, that primarily means diving into the wonderful “melting pot” of the diversity of American film! In between celebrating and feasting, it’s important to remember the very basis this country is founded on: “liberty and justice for all.”
Disney has a glaring and, up until recently, unaddressed issue that spans nearly its entire lifetime – an absence of diversity.
The original series is now on Netflix, you should definitely give it a watch. And if you’ve already seen it, watch it again.