A powerful essay by Sarah Bellamy, who, in the wake of George Floyd being murdered in her hometown, argues that we need to question how white bodies might be predisposed to rely on a racial inheritance that endangers the lives of others.
In the final chapter of our Pride Month series, we talk to Niesha Sweet, from Automattic’s HR team, about Pride, DEI work, and more.
everywhere whispers to us, a promise everything was still and the old world began to eat itself like the apocalyptic snake that wraps tight around the globe again and again. the rest of us spoke among ourselves and grew strong. together we wrenched production to a stop. all the powers of the old world strained […]
A group of international volunteers who are using pioneering online research techniques to investigate world events — from Mexican drug lords and crimes against humanity, to tracking the use of chemical weapons and conflicts worldwide.
The Tenenbaums are a rather dysfunctional family with the three gifted siblings having the potential to go on to achieve great success as they did in youth but not being able to transfer that into adulthood. The return of Royal their father after many years is about to cause chaos for the family, each dealing […]
It may no longer be as welcome, but smoking has had a place on screen since the medium began. It’s synonymous with the black-and-white era of cinema with screen giants like Humphrey Bogart and James Dean stealing scenes with the simple puff of a cigarette. But, even if it’s to a lesser extent, modern cinema […]
When Michael Sullivan Jr witnesses a murder he ends up on the road with his mob father Michael Sullivan. This was never going to be easy and they are pushed to the limits. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
National Geographic Films will release REBUILDING PARADISE from Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard on July 31, 2020 National Geographic Documentary Films announced today the release of REBUILDING PARADISE from Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard and Imagine Documentaries in select theaters (physical and digital) on July 31, 2020. For every ticket sold, $1 will go to charities supporting […]
Writer’s Note: This essay was one of five essays submitted by the author to Rebeller Media before it’s premature demise in early June 2020. The five essays are being collectively archived between The Ed Blog and Hollywood in Toto with the permission of editor-in-chief Sonny Bunch. This piece was originally published on May 27th, 2020. […]
By BY BEN KENIGSBERG The documentary style is eye-opening even as it tests the boundaries of nonfiction filmmaking. Try “Crisis” and “Salesman” to start. Published: June 25, 2020 at 11:44PM from NYT Movies