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A documentary explores how some educators are experimenting with ways to reform China’s schools.
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In Joel Kim Booster’s new comedy, there’s no such thing as being “too” gay.
Hong Kong as we know it is slipping into memory. It will live on in its catalogue of films.
'The Scary of Sixty-First' composer Eli Keszler shares the influences that shaped the sound of the Jeffrey Epstein-inspired scare.
Who are these women? Give them their own damn films!
The 90s comedy skewered campus politics, featured John Favreau in dreadlocks, and got George Clinton to cover Prince. Obviously, we had questions.
Beyoncé performed! Awards were won! Julia Fox said stuff!
Is Berry's role in “Monster's Ball” really the best cinematicportrayal of a Black woman in the history of the Academy Awards?
From 'Django Unchained' to 'Fight Club', here are some of the stranger ways that movies have been tweaked to keep China happy.