Jenna Benchetrit, McGill University
The Austin-born, LA-based duo chats new cities, career analogies and potion recipes.
Chloe Zhao’s breakthrough film captured the power of identity, both old and new, in times of pain.
Through a series of vignettes, the directing duo deconstruct several of the genre’s more hackneyed tropes.
Director Lee Chang-dong takes the familiarity of jealousy to unsettling new heights.
Twenty-year-old vlogger Kelly Vuong is a thrift shopper’s dream.
The new album simultaneously sticks to the band’s roots and grows out of them.
From the director of ‘Moonlight’ comes an intimate portrayal of black male vulnerability and love in the face of injustice.
The brain is remarkably skilled at protecting itself.
The film stars Chloe Grace Moretz as a teenage girl sent to a Christian group home.
The television industry is leagues ahead of its feature film counterpart, but not because it’s had to try hard.
And lucky for you, the fourth season just began.
If the show is any indication, America is an idiot.
He’s come a long way since ‘Hold Back the River.’
The Tasmanian comedian strips back the seemingly sweet exterior of a toxic genre.
Renew all Mindy Kaling everything.
The film earnestly tries to understand its young characters when it can be much easier to mock them.
Tears and cheers filled the room at the 72nd Tony Awards.
Jennifer Fox’s new film recounts her experiences as a survivor of childhood sexual assault during the 1970s.
The latest installment in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise shows Han Solo’s background but doesn’t go well beyond expectations.
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