Film Review: Saint Omer

Saint Omer is bold, provocative and unapologetic cinema and the latest film from Alice Diop. Rama (Kayije Kagame) is a novelist and literary professor who attends the trial of Laurence Coly (incredible performance by Guslagie…

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Film Review: The Whale

Light, camera, and performance are what director, Darren Aronofsky said The Whale is about in his introduction at the film’s premiere at the BFI London Film Festival. For him, that’s the beating heart of The…

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Documentary Review: Stranger at the Gate

Stranger at the Gate is part of the New Yorker’s documentary series and is available to stream for free. It is a short but powerful conversation starter and Oscar nominated. Stranger at the Gate is…

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The Inspection’s overriding message is that a young gay, Black man can be his own hero. The Inspection is written and directed by Elegance Bratton. It is based on his own life as a young…

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Five plays to see this February, London theatre

Even the pandemic didn’t stop me from seeing plays. I became a streaming theatre queen but nothing can ever replace the buzz of being in a live space and slurping down a cheeky G&T in…

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