Praising Black representation and condemning the power structures that suppress it, a mother delivers an impassioned speech to her distant son.
Tired of being cooped up in their cages, the critters escape the Australian zoo and try to find their way to the outback.
A family comedy that combines fantasy and normal school life.
Unlike other documentaries about Princess Diana, Perkins’ film, ‘The Princess’, is an entire documentary consisting of media coverage and public opinion, rather than a typical series of people interviewed with firsthand experience of the Princess. ‘The Princess’ beautifully depicts how we perceive Diana as a media figure rather than a real person, specifically creating her persona as a fairytale figure turned saint and icon.
The death of Grace’s father brings challenges as the family tries to preserve their ranch.
Films and TV series often tend to misrepresent or not acknowledge bisexual characters, but recent trends show that bi-erasure is now under deserved scrutiny. So, I’m genuinely happy about the direction bi-representation seems to be taking.
A brief look at two Barry Jenkins films that have established him as one of the greatest filmmakers of our time.
Evan Goldman, a child of divorced parents, is planning a memorable bar mitzvah for his 13th birthday. However, middle school has a few obstacles along the way.
Can a homeless yet optimistic teenage girl learn to accept a helping hand?
A story of a magical dragon brings great representation for Chinese culture.