Subtitles need to be read quickly and dubbing needs to match lips. It’s not an easy feat.
A new school proposed by music moguls Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine seeks to provide students with practical skills they can apply in entertainment and other fields. Is this a new model for education?
From its strong female lead who could take down anything in her path to its LGBT undertones, Xena: Warrior Princess stole the hearts of a truly diverse audience.
‘WandaVision’ reimagines stories from Egyptian and Greek mythology, as well as Buddhist tradition.
The sport has seen a revival in recent years. But it will take regulation to remove its reputation as a low-brow form of entertainment
An Italian media scholar raised on American TV assesses Netflix’s ambitious strategy to create original productions in Italy, Japan, Brazil and beyond – and distribute them globally.
Depictions of Indian life in cinema and soap operas have found particular affinity with communities in Northern Ghana.
Audiences have a growing appetite for slow weekly released TV.
Instead of feeling ashamed about our guilty pleasures, it is time to understand how they really work
In Lagos, cinema audiences don’t go to the movies for the film alone. There’s more.
Penny dreadfuls told real stories of murder and mayhem to 19th-century audiences seeking escape from city life. True crime podcasts have a lot in common with them.
‘Sensible’ public figures have far less influence on our behaviour than it seems
The way this genre represents police is just the tip of the iceberg.
Books, movies and records that seem to challenge racism also subtly advance the idea that progress shouldn’t happen too quickly.
From wrestlers to movie stars, celebrities have risen to some of the highest political offices around the world. What makes them so appealing?
Few of those in the K-pop industry have donated or even spoken out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
There are more than 101 ways to immerse yourself in a foreign place, without having to leave your living room.
Between home and work is a window of time and space where we can choose our distractions. Staring out the train window, scrolling the news or perhaps listening to podcasts. We miss it.
Surely, it can’t be fun to watch others play games you can play yourself? The hundreds of hours people spend on live-streaming platform Twitch would suggest otherwise.
Now that we know what essential work is, it seems the perfect time to reflect upon the not-so-essential work of celebrities.