The way many Americans think about racial identity today is hard to map onto the complex history of ancient Egypt and ancient Nubia.
Understanding how Netflix, to date, has fostered screen sector equity and capacity matters as the CRTC consults about Canadian and Indigenous content.
Through collector Jordan’s fetishistic interest in Asian women, Beef shows the troubling link between collecting artefacts and sexual control.
It’s questionable how ethical it is to retell the story of women whose lives have already been damaged by media depictions of them.
The backlash against Netflix’s documentary asks the question of how brands should take more responsibility when representing other cultures.
The Diplomat suggests that if the ‘special relationship’ is to survive into a world turned topsy turvy by Brexit, Trump and war in Europe, it demands a little TLC.
Although the series perpetuates the stereotype that politically ambitious women can’t be trusted in high office, it thoughtfully portrays the ubiquity of everyday sexism in political culture.
The ethnicity outcry says more about today’s preoccupations with race than ancient Egypt’s.
What does secondhand embarrassment say about your own anxieties and biases?
Beef gives permission to its feuding central characters and minority audience members to feel complex and nuanced emotions.
The writers strike lays bare all the ills of working on one of the lowest rungs of the entertainment industry.
The modern soundtrack and dialogue feels far more anachronistic and intrusive than the diverse casting.
As a displaced scholar, I never thought a show depicting events affecting modern Turkey would so strongly impact my interpretation of historical and political contexts intersecting with my family.
Personal ads of ‘the Agony Column’ were full of longing, tragedy and profound misfortune. Intrigue they generated has had an enduring effect on literature and film.
These feuding strangers hate each other because they hate themselves.
The brilliance of the new Netflix TV show, ‘Beef,’ which looks at loneliness and urban life, is threatened by the controversial history of one of its supporting actors, David Choe.
The Online Streaming Act is set to soon become law in Canada. The act is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done to support BIPOC content.
Welsh language heist drama, Dal y Mellt, is being streamed on Netflix with the title, Rough Cut.
Wellmania, staring Celeste Barber and inspired by Brigid Delaney’s book, asks: what does it mean to be well?
While educators in Netflix’s ‘Matilda the Musical’ aren’t meant to be blueprints for contemporary teaching, they suggest the powerful ways attentive adults can make a difference in children’s lives.