Film Filter
  1. An Etymology Goes “Rogue”

    Follow along as John Kelly examines the etymology of the word “rogue,” in honor of the release of the new Star Wars film, Rogue One.

    Film
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  2. Michael Moore

    The official website of the Academy Award-winning filmmaker and bestselling author Michael Moore.

    Authors
  3. Canadian Cinephile

    Film lover Jordan Richardson is a voracious consumer of all cinematic genres, from horror to documentaries. He’s been sharing reviews and other movie-related writing on his blog since 2009.

    Art
  4. Thirty On Tap

    At Thirty On Tap, sisters-in-law Kate and De create “the lifestyle blog that feels like a conversation with your best friend.” Join them for fashion, fitness, food, lifestyle, entertainment, and a healthy dose of girl talk.

    Fashion
  5. America is lucky black people are really only fighting to be treated equally. Considering a black person is shot by police at an average of every 28 hours, we could be asking for more.
     
    We could be asking for what it owes.

    Film
  6. Critical Geekery: Talking Representation in Pop Culture with the Nerds of Color

    The writers at The Nerds of Color discuss their favorite shows, shifts in the media landscape, and supporting inclusive entertainment.

    Comics
    Part of a panel from the comic book Goldie Vance, the source material for one of the Nerds' current favorite cartoons.
  7. Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

    Australia-based film buffs Jordan and Eddie are prolific movie reviewers, sharing their takes on new releases and classics alike.

    Film
  8. Screen Rant

    Screen Rant is one of the web’s biggest independent sites for entertainment news, reviews, and features, catering to casual watchers and movie and television buffs alike.

    Film
  9. Proton Packs Against Patriarchy: Why the Ghostbusters Reboot Works

    Joanna Di Mattia celebrates Ghostbusters with “reverse nostalgia”: “How great it would be to be a young girl right now, with the chance to see a big, bombastic film like this, with four funny, smart females at the helm.”

    Feminism
  10. Typeset In The Future

    For lovers of sci-fi movies and typography, Dave Addey dives deep into the world of fonts and on-screen texts in classics of the genre like Alien and Blade Runner.

    Essay
  11. Fans, Fiction, and Representation: A New Hope

    “So that’s where we are, in the world of fans, fiction, and representation: making progress and mistakes simultaneously.” A new group of characters represents the Hero’s Journey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

    Commentary
    Photo: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Trailer
  12. Zorki Photo

    Stephen Dowling, a New Zealander living in London, shares his passion for film photography and analogue adventures around the world.

    Film
  13. What a Shitty Week to be an Asian American Woman in Hollywood

    Keith Chow on whitewashing: “We need to keep calling out the industry for being complicit. We also need to give credit where due and celebrate the successes of folks like Ava DuVernay, Justin Lin, Ryan Coogler, and others who are actually trying to change the industry from within.”

    Diversity
  14. Cardboard Box Office

    Lily, Leon, and baby Orson re-create iconic movie scenes with junk they find around the house. Each meticulously staged scene is made entirely of “everyday household items, toys, cardboard, and three individuals slowly losing their sanity.”

    Film
  15. The Bias

    Annalee and Natalie are two geeks dedicated to diversity and inclusion in tech, science fiction, fantasy, books, games, comics, movies, and fandom. Expect sharp feminist analysis from an activist point of view.

    Comics