This is the true story of a man locked in Guantanamo Bay without charge for 14 years
The Night is a horror movie set largely in a small space with just a handful of characters
Gabby Thorpe urges Socialist Worker readers to get beyond this docudrama’s corny characters and misshapen plots, and embrace their inner raider
The Dissident is the true story of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Arabian journalist who walked into his country’s consul in Istanbul and disappeared.
A new BBC documentary tells the history of anti-racist resistance in the 60s and 70s, featuring interviews with leading activists
The documentary Framing Britney Spears has lifted the lid on the ugly world of profit and exploitation behind the celebrity glamour
Black, Asian and minority ethnic patients are dying in disproportionate numbers from Covid-19. Actor David Harewood felt compelled to discover the reasons why
Judas and the Black Messiah tells the true story of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. It captures the spirit of a revolutionary
Slowthai’s new album TYRON is one of two halves—the first brash and loud, the second more introspective
In an era when many artists shun political affiliations, veteran saxophonist Archie Shepp makes a point of wearing his on his sleeve
Can’t Get You Out of My Head looks far more interesting than many things on TV, but it puts the blame on ordinary people
Netflix’s newest fantasy series blends Brazilian folklore with environmental issues to bring an enchanting fable
Bloodlands sees James Nesbitt star as a cop on the hunt for a serial killer
The second episode of Trump Takes On the World airs this week. It’s a glimpse inside the ruthless workings of US imperialism
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.