Roya Rastegar

Whipping Up A Little Magic In Vancouver's Chinatown

A review of the independent film Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity starring Sandra Oh

Film Review: Barking Water

Director Sterlin Harjo tells the story of true loves who are always leaving each other.

South Korea's Children and Landscapes

The new film “Treeless Mountain” shows the spirit of two girls and their country.

Your Movie Guide

Slingshot Hip Hop follows the Palestinian artists that have adopted hip hop as a form of resistance.

Films: Black Nations/Queer Nations?

In this 1995 documentary, director Shari Frilot highlighted the need to bust open static concepts of race, sexuality, and even nation states.

Film Review

Push: Based on the Novel by Sapphire (Directed by Lee Daniels)

Spotlight: Adelina Anthony

Comedy that Provokes and Transforms


Good Day to Be Black and Sexy, I Like it Like That and Salt of this Sea

Sci-Fi Heroes Take On the System

In two new films, Mexican and Asian-American superheroes fight racism and eco-disaster—with technology and imagination.