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Leaving Earth Comes with Serious Psychological Risks

The film ‘Aniara’ asks what humans are without our home world.
Becky Ferreira
5.17.19
Film

Steven Spielberg’s Hypocritical Crusade Against Netflix

The legendary director once known for leading ‘New Hollywood’ can’t seem to see how old he’s beginning to look.
Noel Ransome
3.8.19
Photography

'Saucy' Adult Film Posters from the Last Half a Century

Massimo Russo has been collecting adult film posters for 20 years, and is now displaying them at a gallery in Italy.
Vincenzo Ligresti
3.1.19
Film

Gender Subversion Pulses Through Every Scene of 'The Favourite'

In challenging our gender expectations, the film dominating awards nominations offers something of a fresh perspective.
Lauren O'Neill
1.14.19
Film

The Best LGBTQ Films of 2018

This year had much to offer in the depictions of fully-fleshed out queer lives.
Owen Myers
12.27.18
Culture

Larry Clark Is Still Making Movies About Young People Fucking

"I've been a photographer for almost 60 years, so I know who the camera likes."
Seth Ferranti
11.3.18
Culture

We Asked the Real 'BlacKkKlansman' Some Hard Questions About Being a Black Cop

Retired undercover cop Ron Stallworth talked about what it means to align yourself with law enforcement when you're black.
Wilbert L. Cooper
8.20.18
cinema

A Long Lost Stanley Kubrick Script Was Just Discovered

An expert says it may have been "too risqué" for Hollywood.
Beckett Mufson
7.16.18
cinema

How Cinema Is Fighting Back Against Streaming

'Avengers' and 'A Quiet Place' both forced people to go to the cinema before their viewing experience could be ruined.
Ross McIndoe
5.21.18
#Films

'Isle of Dogs' Is a White Man's Fantasy of Japan

Wes Anderson's latest film is funny, charming, and just straight up cultural appropriation.
Michael Sun
4.9.18
Objectively Correct Lists

Every Handshake in '8 Mile', Ranked

Look, if you had one shot, one opportunity, to rank all of Eminem's handshakes, would you capture it or just let it slip?
Dan Ozzi
3.7.18
Film

Oscar-Nominated Film 'A Fantastic Woman' Is Changing Lives in Chile's Trans Community

It's the favourite to win Best Foreign Language Film at Sunday's ceremony, but its impact has been felt far beyond the Academy.
Charis McGowan
3.2.18
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