Films are a reflective medium. They present our world – our
lives – back at us through skewed perspectives with a fresh realisation of how
our society operates. Ever since the dawn of celluloid, cinema has bee...
Yen Tan’s 1985 may
be presented in black and white, giving the illusion that this is a story that
takes place long in the past, but this is a narrative that is still startlingly
relevant in today’s society. Ad...
It doesn't matter that this film stole my heart. I didn't need it anyway.
Author James Baldwin’s work has rarely been translated to
cinema. I Am Not Your Negro took unpublished
writings and painted a portra...
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