An interview with an emerging London-based filmmaker, art director, and creative, Sayna Fardaraghi.
Touch is the thing that both destroyed and makes whole Theo Crain and Dani Clayton; it has everything to do with their lesbianism and their emotional expression.
In two of her films, Sofia Coppola sparks discussion surrounding the male gaze.
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This second installment of 'The Haunting' anthology offers a stunning interpretation of Gothic Romance.
The repressive nature of religion leaves deep impressions upon each of their lives in their starvation for touch, their fragile, suppressed identities, their insecurities, and their inability to accept their romantic and
Soaked in warmth, The Short History of the Long Road boasts a refreshingly atypical coming-of-age narrative.
'She-Ra and the Princesses of Power' has always been vibrant and enchanting, and this final season is no different.
'Mad Max: Fury Road' is a narrative of environmental justice, one that avoids cliche, easy-fixes, and the fantasy of an overnight solution.
Killing Eve's third installment is twisted, attractive, and divinely smart, offering some of the most deliciously inventive and compelling moments in the show's history.
This heartfelt and surprisingly punchy rom-com shines in the hands of Olivia Munn and Sam Claflin.