Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph shares what she considers to be essential viewing for supporting, uplifting and understanding black stories.
Exeposé writers reveal our ten favourite films of the past decade.
Barry Jenkins’ distinctive style shines as brightly as ever in his newest feature, an adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel of the same name. Touching on issues of racism, mass incarceration, and housing discrimination, the film portrays the love story between Fonny and Tish, a young black couple living in Harlem in the 70s. Following […]
The casting couch. We’ve all heard the stories confessing the dark truths of Hollywood’s underbelly. From Marilyn Monroe to the child star, Shirley Temple, Hollywood has a long, ugly history with sexual harassment, stemming from an endemic lust for power by those placed in positions of authority. A throwback to the ‘golden-era’ of old Hollywood, […]
What Jordan Peele has created with his debut film is a product of genius; it’s a film that feels like a career-defining piece, yet has all the blindingly fresh quality of a first time effort. It is not just a genuinely creepy horror laced with social commentary; it is an impeccably balanced horror-comedy that moulds […]