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Barbenheimmer brings us existential hope in pink

There are few cinematic events in recent history that have seemed so positively polar as that which we have dubbed “Barbenheimmer.” The portmanteau for the Oppenheimer and Barbie movies that, […]

Docuseries “Inspired” to be hosted by Julian Lennon

The children of beloved artists can often be overtaken by the shadows they grew up in—none are a more fitting example than Julian Lennon, son of music legend John Lennon. […]

Becoming Frida Kahlo: new BBC documentary paints a compelling portrait of the Mexican artist

Deborah Shaw, University of Portsmouth Nearly 70 years after her death the brilliant Mexican artist Frida Kahlo continues to fascinate for her unique artistic language that interprets her physical and […]

“Living” reminds us what it means to live

Adaptations have been the bread and butter of the cinematic world for some time now. Whether it be from hit game series to a hit TV series via Last of […]

“NFTme” brings the gospel of NFTs to Prime Video

In each passing month since the start of 2021, NFTs seem to have inched further and further into the mainstream. When it got to the point where 20-somethings had to […]

Decision To Leave is Park Chan-Wook’s noir heartbreaker

The latest offering from visionary Korean director Park Can-Wook has been making a strong impression across the film festival circuit this year. Decision To Leave, a methodically slow burn of […]

Inu-Oh is a feverish exploration of why we create

We are long past the point where animations—and most especially the labour-intensive and detailed works of anime—are not considered with the same value as other artistic mediums. Iconic and iconoclast […]