Reviews: K-M

Congressman John Lewis’s story should be in classrooms and in our memories

This doc is perfect viewing for this Fourth of July weekend to remind ourselves as we celebrate America of the injustices that men like Lewis have fought to overcome and those that still persist today. 

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Awards/Prizes

The Oscars’ New Diversity Initiative Significantly Increases Number of Women and People of Color in the Academy (Finally)

The Oscars’ New Diversity Initiative Significantly Increases Number of Women and People of Color in the Academy (Finally) In many sectors of society right now, it feels like we may finally be reaching a point of progress in battles we’ve been fighting for centuries. The Oscars’ 2020 initiative to be more inclusive is no exception.  […]

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Arts Beyond Film

Atlas Obscura created a relevant and revolutionary exhibit on Cuban propaganda

I went to an art exhibit last week. How did I do that, you ask, when the coronavirus is still spreading and New York is only up to outdoor dining in the reopening process? Atlas Obscura hosted a talk on Zoom about Cuban propaganda art, featuring the wide collection of posters owned by speaker Elisa […]

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Features

The feeling and mood are what lead the direction of the music for composer Isobel Waller-Bridge

Isobel Waller-Bridge is an award-winning composer born on April 23rd 1984 in England, known for her work on Fleabag and Black Mirror.

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Features

Jenny Eagan brings looks and depth to characters through costumes

Jenny Eagan is costume designer who started out her career by studying Fashion Merchandising in the University of Missouri. She has been nominated for several noteworthy awards.

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Features

Cholodenko directs and writes about complex families from female perspectives

Lisa Cholodenko is a director and screenwriter based in Los Angeles, who has won numerous awards. Since her debut feature High Art, she has worked on a number of television series and movies including The L Word, Olive Kitteridge, Laurel Canyon, and The Kids Are All Right.

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