This, the seventh outing, sees right wingers marching on the street and tech empires trying to buy into the state.
This might sound like some awful twee collection of old-fashioned stories, but it isn’t
This new Netflix film, about a servant in India who works his was to the top, has been compared to Parasite—with good reason
In this new Netflix documentary, a timeline of events unfold during the period of the “crack epidemic” which began in the early 1980s in US cities.
It’s a Sin is both a joyful celebration of self expression—and an angry tribute to those whose lives were betrayed by homophobia
Bamous—a new BBC comedy show—is a cleverly constructed satire of attitudes towards black people within the BBC and wider society.
This new BBC4 documentary by producer Questlove looks at six seminal tracks. The first is a reminder of some of Kanye West’s best work, writes Sarah Bates
One Night in Miami imagines a real life meeting between heroes of the Civil Rights Movement—and brings intense debates to life
This is a brilliant album from the East Midlands two-piece Sleaford Mods
Using newly revealed documents, MLK/FBI delves into how the US ruling class sought to undermine the Civil Rights movement
Michael Crowley tells a story of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants fleeing war, poverty, domestic violence and other horrors crossing continents to try to find a better life
Here’s an unsettling glimpse inside a new but highly lucrative entertainment industry
New book Rebellious Daughters of History brings to light inspiring lives of women that fought for change
Mank is about the destructiveness of trying to survive while avoiding doing the wrong thing
Art is about social relationships, says writer John Molyneux—and what art is changes as society develops
Colourful Nights is the latest annual festival illuminating large parts of Canary Wharf in east London.
It is not often that when critiquing war we can look straight into the eyes of those most affected.
This new film is set over 20 years ago, but the pressures on athletes remain the same today. Nick Clark recommends this visceral look into the elite sport
In 2014, Michigan’s state government decided to cut costs by redirecting Flint’s water source from Lake Huron to the river Flint
County Lines doesn’t flinch from showing the squalor behind the headlines. But it feels as if it’s avoiding the most important question