Hollywood

Flickerfest Achieves What Hollywood Couldn't

Celebrating its 27th birthday in 2018, Flickerfest has grown to become Australia's leading competitive International Short Film Festival with entries coming from filmmakers ac...

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White Roses at the 2018 Grammy's Red Carpet

This year, stars wore black to the Golden Globes ceremony in support of the Time's Up Movement. Actresses wore black gowns standing in solidarity with victims of sexual assaul...

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The Asset: Hollywood's Sexiest Monster

Who doesn’t like a good monster movie? Shots of buildings being decimated, people running for their lives, cars being flung like toys and military weapons being reduced ...

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Boys for Sale: An Intriguing Documentary about Gay Prostitution in Japan

“If you’d never experienced this, it would be hard to understand.” That’s the first line of Boys for Sale, a documentary that had its North American p...

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Phantom Thread: Paul Thomas Anderson's Most Uncanny Yet Marvellous Film

His parables about cruel and powerful men have made him the most admired filmmaker alive, but they’ve had the side effect of making Paul Thomas Anderson seem a little do...

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Films that Celebrated Journalism and Free Press

This year's highly anticipated film was Steven Speilberg's The Post. Starring the top class actors Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, this film got a limited release in the United St...

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Jessica Chastain on being a Spokesperson for Women in Film

An enormous talent onscreen, Jessica Chastain has become a fierce advocate for women’s rights offscreen as well. Whether on her personal Twitter account or as a jury mem...

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The Glass Ceiling: A story of a Nepali Woman who climbed The Everest

The Glass Ceiling is a documentary which chronicles the untold story of Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, the first Nepali woman to summit Mt. Everest.  Born into a poor Sherpa family...

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The Problem of Diversity in Hollywood

Despite America, Hollywood, Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Bros. Entertainment, African Americans, Hollywood Studios, USC, Latina, Black Women, Stacy L. Smith, USC Annenberg School f...

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Wonder Woman Gal Gadot stands up against Bullying and Sexual Harassment

Gal Gadot is a Wonder Woman, both on and off the screen. During her interview with The Rolling Stone, she didn’t mince words about her stance on feminism. “People ...

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KASHISH 2020 Poster Contest is now inviting entries

India's top fashion designer Wendell Rodricks will select winner 11th edition of South ...

December 11 2019

All that’s wrong with the discourse surrounding Rape

In the aftermath of the brutal rape and murder of a Hyderabad Vet and the encounter of t...

December 11 2019

Witchy Brew

In common usage, the word chudail describes an aggressive or quarrelsome woman—cou...

November 30 2019