Topic: movies


Short Film Attempts to Raise Awareness of Honour Killings

by Jarrah Hodge Cameroonian-born Canadian actress and independent filmmaker Dorothy A. Atabong has found there are some things you just can’t stay silent about. ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Cameroonian-born Canadian actress and independent filmmaker Dorothy A. Atabong has found ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Cameroonian-born Canadian actress and independent filmmaker Dorothy A. Atabong has found there are some things you ... [ more ]

The Invisible War: Breaking the Silence Around Military Sexual Trauma

by Jessica Critcher I recently watched a screening of The Invisible War, a heart-wrenching documentary about the epidemic of rape and sexual assault in ... [ more ]

by Jessica Critcher I recently watched a screening of The Invisible War, a heart-wrenching ... [ more ]

by Jessica Critcher I recently watched a screening of The Invisible War, a heart-wrenching documentary about the epidemic of ... [ more ]

Snow White and the Huntsman: Feminist Fairy Tale?

by Jarrah Hodge Despite my love of re-imagined fairy tales I didn’t think I’d enjoy Snow White and the Huntsman. I’m already predisposed to ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Despite my love of re-imagined fairy tales I didn’t think I’d ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Despite my love of re-imagined fairy tales I didn’t think I’d enjoy Snow White and the ... [ more ]

Strippers Deserve Labour Rights Too

by Jarrah Hodge Imagine you have a totally legal job as – say – a waiter/waitress or maybe a taxi driver. You’re expected to ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Imagine you have a totally legal job as – say – ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Imagine you have a totally legal job as – say – a waiter/waitress or maybe a ... [ more ]

The Lady Makes the Personal Political

by Jarrah Hodge French Director Luc Besson’s new biopic The Lady is a moving portrait of the life of Burmese activist and political leader ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge French Director Luc Besson’s new biopic The Lady is a moving ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge French Director Luc Besson’s new biopic The Lady is a moving portrait of the life of ... [ more ]

Johnny Depp as Tonto: I’m still not feeling “honored”

by Adrienne K. Originally posted at her blog, Native Appropriations. I guess we can put all the talk about Johnny Depp “honoring” Native people ... [ more ]

by Adrienne K. Originally posted at her blog, Native Appropriations. I guess we can ... [ more ]

by Adrienne K. Originally posted at her blog, Native Appropriations. I guess we can put all the talk about ... [ more ]