A stellar high school comedy with an A+ cast, a brilliant script loaded with witty dialogue, eye-catching cinematography, swift editing, and a danceable soundtrack.
A reprint of Mary Oliver's poem, "Wild Geese" in honor of International Women's Day.
The PBS documentary series returns with four stories about women involve in conflicts in Northern Ireland, Egypt, Gaza, Bangladesh and Haiti.
A review of the new six-episode Netflix series, written, directed by, and starring Ricky Gervais.
As we as a culture attempt to course correct and shun abusers and manipulators in favor of vulnerable people and survivors, Tan and Shirkers have provided me with a personally liberating framework.
Why are black women so central in post-apocalyptic fiction? A writer looks at the trend.
An interview with Kathryn Bostic, acclaimed composer of "Dear White People" and "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am."
An assessment of the image of the black woman on the big screen since Halle Berry's Oscar win.
A look at the greatness and influence of Eve's Bayou.
Jennifer Merin, President of the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, inquires about what makes for feminist criticism.
In a time where it seems we’re all trying to remember what normal feels like, we can look to these weirdos and listen to what they have to say.