The new documentary “Waging Change” explores how the restaurant world takes cruel advantage of its employees.
White “reopen” protesters from California to Germany have paraded the image of Anastácia, a shackled Brazilian slave. It is the height of white appropriation and privilege.
Esaw Garner, whose husband Eric was choked to death by the NYPD, talks new film “American Trial,” Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, and how the cops won’t leave her alone.
The new FX documentary “AKA Jane Roe,” out May 22, contains a shocking revelation: Roe (of “Roe v. Wade” fame) played the part of an anti-abortion crusader in exchange for money.
The new documentary “Belly of the Beast” explores the epidemic of forced sterilizations within the female prison population of California.
The new doc “Coded Bias,” screening in the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, captures the women exposing how artificial intelligence software is mostly by and for white men.
The indie drama “Fourteen,” available on May 15, offers a tender, realistic depiction of the bond over the years between two women, one of whom suffers from chronic mental illness.
The new documentary “Bernie Blackout” explores how the mainstream media allegedly helped bring Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign to an end.
The new doc “Blackballed,” premiering May 11 on Quibi, provides an in-depth look at former Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist rant—through the eyes of ex-players and coaches.
The new Netflix series “The Eddy,” premiering May 8, stars Andre Holland as a jazz club owner in Paris—and is most notable for its episodes *not* helmed by creator Damien Chazelle.