Here’s the thing: being funny is hard. Writing comedy is hard. What’s funny is different for everyone, and while someone might claim to have a specific type of humor or [...]
It’s time to say goodbye to gender-specific award categories As Hollywood and the broader film industry continue to evolve into more inclusive and accepting places, so should [...]
When Knives Out (dir. Rian Johnson, 2019) was released in late 2019, it quickly garnered praise from both audiences and critics alike. People loved the twists and turns of [...]
Movies to educate yourself on the Black experience Film is an incredibly important tool that has the power to not only educate viewers but change their hearts [...]
In the days following the George Floyd protests, media companies have been attempting to deal with the call for more diversity and condemnation of racism. Streaming services have been taking down various [...]
Sacrifice has been a common component of storytelling throughout history. Many of the stories that we know and love feature some sort of sacrifice, ranging from physically sacrificing one’s [...]
To forego, forfeit, surrender, lose — to give something up for something else more important. This theme of sacrifice is typically used in film as a way [...]
“The Help” doesn’t help educate viewers or eliminate stereotypes, but instead promotes the idea that white people are heroes who must continually come to the aid of people of color.
When I was in high school, all of my friends were absolutely obsessed with romantic comedies. To me, as someone who was trying so hard to not fit into the [...]
This has been an interesting year for us. We, like pretty much every other non-profit out there, struggled to get through these terrible times ... but this article isn’t on tough times; it’s about what’s to come.
We are currently looking for summer interns, where we strive to give you the real-world experience to help you land that first job out of college. Please [...]