Resistance is not only found in acts of protest, but also in acts of joy.
The first online performance of “F*ck White Supremacy, Let’s Get Free” spanned the entirety of Sunday afternoon and featured six live DJ sets on a YouTube livestream.
“Minari” is a story rooted in discovery and growth, but Hollywood obviously has not learned from it.
Like many other systems governing America, it is blatantly apparent that the film industry is built upon whiteness.
Minari, a plant commonly used in Korean dishes, is known for its relentless growth and capacity for rebirth.
Along the same stem comes a titular film about growth from the soil up and the renewal of an immigrant family that was released Friday and will be available for video on demand Feb.
“Euphoria” collaborators Zendaya and Sam Levinson let go of vibrant colors to explore the boundaries of love in black and white.
Available for streaming Friday through Netflix, “Malcolm & Marie” portrays a couple’s reckoning of their relationship’s foundations against a Hollywood backdrop.
A failed hookup turns into a contemplative and revealing night in “Shithouse.”
After winning a Grand Jury Award at the South by Southwest festival this year, Cooper Raiff’s directorial debut will be released Friday in select theaters and through video on demand.
Civic participation is critical for sustained change, especially in a year of immense upheaval.
The anticipation for the upcoming election is steadily building — Nov. 3 is less than a month away and California voters are receiving their mail-in ballots.
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