is cinema finally demystifying queer sex work?
After decades of misrepresentation, movies like 'Sauvage' are finally getting to grips with the nuances of an occupation dismissed as seedy and exploitative.
how 'happy death day' reinvented the teen horror movie for a new generation
Since the early 00s, the teen horror genre has been stuck on a time loop. But by breaking down the genre and playing with its parts, the 'Happy Death Day' movies may just have finally broken the cycle.
why olivia colman deserves every award under the sun
Gentle, funny, smart, self-deprecating -- Olivia Colman’s un-starry and disarming interview style might seem like the best Oscar campaign Hollywood could buy, if she had not so clearly always been this way.
how close to reality is velvet buzzsaw’s depiction of the la art world?
Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw follows a classic horror film story arch where one by one arty people are brutalised in mysterious ways. But is it close to reality? Art critic Angella d’Avignon shares her thoughts.
8 black women on how they're portrayed in pop culture
The books, movies, and TV shows that they most identify with; and the stereotypes that they don’t.
what will it take for amy adams to win an oscar?
In 2019, Amy Adams has acquired the same meme-friendly underdog momentum as pre-Oscar Leo.
5 rom-com characters who are legit just joe goldberg in ‘you’
Ruin your favourite teen heartthrob below!
the best things to watch in 2019
From 'Boy Erased' to the 'Buffy' reboot, here's everything you need to see in the New Year.
these films tackled the major social issues of 2018
Using creativity to fight back against crushing global politics.
how 2018's big romcom revival left out its women
We're seeing a boom in dreamy male leads, but who is our next female star?
this film is exposing the forced sterilization of native americans
'Amá' is essential watching.
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ten coming of age movies that defined 2018
Whether you're in the messy throes of adolescence or approaching your 70th birthday — we all stand to learn something from the experiences of young people beamed onto our screens.