We've always been aware that films are not immaculately created. Smyth's work is a meticulously researched history of how women entered, developed, sustained, and grew within the Hollywood dream factory.
Singer-songwriter Megan Keely's vibrant new music video and song highlight the struggles women and minorities face, but with an infectiously hopeful stride.
The Friends of Eddie Coyle presents a tragic character study of a working-class criminal who comes to realize he's wasted his life.
Having lost both of her grandmothers to Alzheimer's, Ellen Starski's "Ode to Nanny and Cookie" is a heartstring-tugging tribute to two inspiring women.
Canadian folk artist Kate Fenner's new video is as ensnaring and introspective as the song it's based around.
Americana artist RJ Comer's latest single is a harrowing, blues-drenched song of heartache with a beguiling music video to match.
On "Love Remains", London duo Strange Boy stretch a curtain of misty, murmuring synths that gradually lift as Kieran Brunt's voice swells and grows with the music.
Post Animal deliver an excellent debut, When I Think of You in a Castle, full of psychedelic and hard rock history that never ceases to be a blast.