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For What It’s Worth: The ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ and the Legacy of...

The new Netflix movie by Aaron Sorkin harks back to an era of newfound radicalism, liberation and transgression - all juxtaposed against rampant socioeconomic anxieties.

‘Axone’ Is a Classic Example of a Neoliberal Understanding of Racism

By blaming the victims for their racist experience, 'Axone' ascribes to the neoliberal thesis on discrimination.

“Cinema Will Help Us Survive”: Five Assamese Filmmakers on the COVID-19 Crisis

A new wave of Assamese cinema had just taken off when the COVID-19 crisis hit. Five prominent filmmakers talk about the damages caused and what the future looks like.

In Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Roma’, the Story of a Civilisation

'Roma' is a nuanced and soulful take on class, colonialism and gender through the fluid spaces of a Mexico City middle-class neighbourhood.

The Tragic Degeneration of Daenerys Targaryen

The makers of Game of Thrones just decimated one of its most endearing characters.

‘Lust Stories’ Is a Riveting and Relevant Exploration of Sex, Desire, and Beyond

Netflix's new anthology is a refreshingly bold take on lust, desire, insecurities, and relationships in modern India.