Alternative Entertainment

Murals: An Artist’s Way of Cherishing the Community’s Past

A perfect shot of yourself in front of a graffiti wall sounds like "the" plan to show it off on the 'Gram. While some may walk past these gorgeous solid blocks of bricks, igno...

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‘Rebel Women: The Great Art Fightback’ - A Story not told Enough

In April 1971, the police closed down London's first overtly one-woman feminist art show after just one day, on the grounds of indecency. At first glance, British artist Marga...

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In the Golden Age of Documentaries

Documentary films have risen significantly in popularity since the turn of the century, increasing from less than 5 percent of all movie releases to more than 20 percent as of...

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Sartre's Experiment with Drugs and the ‘Reprehensible Crabs’

It is believed that throughout history, many philosophers, writers and artists have produced their work after the intake of drugs. Salvador Dali, Mark Rothko and Andy Warhol, ...

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The King: An Exceptional Documentary on Elvis Presley and the American Dream

Eugene Jarecki doesn’t do small stories. The documentary director calls himself “a big-game hunter”, confidently tackling the sort of big abstract concepts a...

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The Game Changers: A Documentary that backs the Vegan Movement

One doesn't need to question whether a film is worth watching if the name James Cameron is associated with it. The Titanic and Avatar director has executive produced a new doc...

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Limited DC Comic Book Series to launch ‘Heroes in Crisis’

Heads up DC comic book lovers, there's a new limited series going to be launched soon. Heroes in Crisis, a new seven-part limited series will explore superheroes like Batman, ...

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2018 So Far: The Songs that are Trending

The year in songs has been good so far. Probably because there is a staggering amount of music out there. Gone are the days when one would be hooked onto the same song for wee...

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Drones Revolutionize Filmmaking

We are living in a time where drones are used not only for sports and news coverage but also increasingly being used in filmmaking too. Aerial filming in movie production prov...

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The Tale: A First Person Account on Life as a Survivor

We finally have a film which takes on the #MeToo movement. Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's scandal kicked off an international reckoning around sexual harassment and ass...

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Turning Air Pollution Into Art

Artists are known to take inspiration from the world around them. So it’s no surpr...

May 25 2019

Urban Fairytale

“Who will believe a woman, who went willingly with her boyfriend to a private part...

May 23 2019

Adolescent Health: The Missing Population in Universal Health Coverage

The Sustainable Development Goals and global political momentum behind Universal Health ...

May 22 2019