Imagine a world where supernatural personifications of the internet, capitalism, and media are newly formed gods hell-bent on taking power.
Set amidst a maelstrom of deception, secrecy and violence, Anya17 emphasizes young girls' aspirations for comfort and freedom in "the West."
It's not easy making a sequel. Should you stick to the original formula?
A new critique of pop culture, mass consumption and its objectification of the female body.
We simply cannot accept that Recorded in Hollywood might close and never be heard from again. It has Broadway lights twinkling all over it.
"The Imaginary Invalid" pokes fun at doctors and the class system with ribald humor.
The music gives us this clarity about who we are, how we can be, the world we can achieve.
The contemporary British fantasist China Miéville's collection of short stories is a diverse mix of styles.
In a time when demagogues try to convince us that America needs to be "great again," Hughes reminds us of the dream of what America could be.
This is a banner week for South Seas Cinema, the film genre set and shot in the Pacific Islands.