Abortion road narratives and comedies variously expose and destabilize the anti-abortion regime’s misogynist, classist, heterosexist, and racist underpinnings.
In the campy B movie, Love Slaves of the Amazons boys are killed at birth while girls become savage murderers. Who are we to judge their alternative lifestyle?
New York, New York is the kind of album that Liza Minnelli would excel at because it leaned into her old-fashioned tendencies instead of turning away from them.
Director Peter McDowell’s search for his missing brother led to the creation of Jimmy in Saigon, a documentary that also captures gay life in war-era Vietnam.
A true legend of the 20th century, Judy Garland was born 100 years today. We offer a playlist of her best work with some of the greatest moments in film and music history.
Marvel Studios’ Black Widow was too little, too late for the MCU’s most popular female character due partially to misogynistic business practices at Disney.
Were it not for Hollywood credence Korla Pandit – who could only realize himself by pretending not to be who he was – would have been little more than Missouri snake oil.
Crime stories by Cornell Woolrich, The Guilty, and Raoul Whitfield, High Tide, are masterfully adapted by director John Reinhardt in two restored film noirs.
Alberto Mielgo’s creature in the sci-fi short Jibaro represents treasure, not nature, and this aligns her perfectly with tales of chivalric literature – as does her predatory behavior.
Jigsaw‘s gritty tone flew in the face of commercial conventions and signaled, in the ’60s, that public discontents were coming for pop entertainment territory.
From pro-choice clergy to profit-seeking mafia, The Janes directors Tia Lessin and Emma Pildes on what they’ve learned about America while researching for this urgent documentary.