An expert in intimate partner abuse on why the world should ‘listen carefully’ to Pamela Anderson’s Netflix documentary.
Is the writer’s appeal less about the power and complexity of his prose, and more about the view of him as a perennial underdog?
Children and the adults they become need to choose how they grieve. That may include sharing their experiences and getting angry.
Bringing colour and emotional depth, Baunbach’s adaptation is a good companion to DeLillo’s searing novel.
The impressionistic tale of a young Edgar Allan Poe may not be based in fact, but it captures the essence of the young writer.
As the new series of Emily in Paris drops, an expert in cultural depictions of the city asks – where are all the Parisians?
Racism aside, many of the difficulties they face are shared by all the royal families of Europe.
It’s riddled with cliches and a dislike of a certain type of “Americaness”.
An expert in contemporary British monarchy analyses the first three episodes of Harry + Meghan, the headline-grabbing Netflix show from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The energy consumption of Internet use has multiplied by a thousand-fold in 20 years. So how can we better visualise our energy ‘spending’ and reduce carbon emissions?
Changing your eating, exercising, socialising and engagement with nature can help treat depression. Now mental health professionals have some guidelines to shape treatment around lifestyle therapies.
As the trend for “heroin chic” returns to runways, new Netflix film The Wonder takes aim at our fascination with disordered eating.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio explores one of the filmmaker’s signature tropes – a child abandoned amid a fascist regime.
Brand value is based on loyalty but also convenience and relevance.
The new ‘docuseries’ makes grand claims about our ice age ancestors. Here’s why you should proceed with caution.
Starting in the late 1990s, South Korea’s promotion of its cultural exports abroad has made it a major power on the international stage.
Criticism has been levelled at Netflix’s drama series about the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, including from his victim’s families, who say they were never approached about the show’s release.
The controversial reality show is only part of the picture when it comes to class and education in Indian marriage negotiations.
In April, Netflix announced they would introduce a new, lower-priced, subscription tier that would be supported by advertising. Australia is expected to see this change in November.
Heartbreak High avoids cliche and shows its teen heroes as complicated, messy people the audience can root for – even when they make mistakes.