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Jay Baruchel and Emily Hampshire play siblings in the satirical ‘Humane,’ where people are asked to enlist for euthanasia to avoid human extinction. (Elevation Pictures)

Caitlin Cronenberg’s ‘Humane’: Dystopian satire questions ecological disaster and compassion

Faced with a darkly satirical vision that hardly seems sensationalist, the audience might wish for compassionate thinking to combat ecological disaster and precarious resources.
Indigenous media makers are successfully gaining more control over their storytelling. Here Dallas Goldtooth and Jana Schmieding as Nelson Renville and Reagan Wells in the sitcom, ‘Rutherford Falls.’ (Goldtooth Schmieding/Peacock)

From stereotypes to sovereignty: How Indigenous media makers assert narrative control

Indigenous media have rapidly expanded over the last 30 years with Indigenous media makers gaining greater control of their narratives.
Clara Bow appeared in 58 films in just over a decade. John Kobal Foundation/Getty Images

Taylor Swift’s homage to Clara Bow

The star of the 1920s silver screen who appears on Taylor Swift’s new album abruptly left Hollywood at the height of her success – a middle finger to the men whom she had made rich and powerful.

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