Trauma and Memory in I May Destroy You

Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You manages to comprise multiple genres and themes, seamlessly moving from tragedy to comedy and from unsettling to comforting. Coel’s character, Arabella, is a Black female writer living in London and working on her second book. The series centres...

Review: Disclosure

Disclosure is a dynamic and deeply personal documentary now available on Netflix, which offers insight into the way transgender identity and transgender representation in the media is deeply intertwined. It is a moving deep dive into how transgender identity is carved, shaped and more...

Review: The Truth

The misremembered past sneaks through the excellent The Truth like a devious shadow, subtly subverting every scene, creating a gently absurdist take on family dynamics. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest film, the follow up to his 2018’s award guzzling Shoplifters, is an elegantly humorous portrait of...