Opening May 21, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit surrounds the displacement of a Jewish family during the rise of the Third Reich in an intimate story accessible to all ages.
In 2012 Haifaa al-Mansour wrote and directed Wadja the first movie to be filmed entirely in Saudi Arabia. During filming for Wadja, al-Mansour directed from a van as to not intermix with male members of her crew. With The Perfect Candidate, al-Mansour returns to Saudi Arabia, this time without the van, to focus on the evolving role of women in Saudi Arabian society.
The Academy Awards are less than a month away which means it’s time to binge-watch as many of the nominations as you can before the ceremony. This week you can add to your list The Man Who Sold His Skin, the Tunisian nominee for Best International Feature.
Stuttering is not an issue that typically garners a lot of media attention. My Beautiful Stutter, soon available on Discover+, aims to build awareness to children who suffer in silence due to their stutter.
The release of Raya and the Last is just around the corner and in Part II of our coverage we are talking about the Southeast Asian influences that appear throughout the movie.
Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon will hit screens on March 5 and features a new Southeast Asian-inspired warrior with a mission to save her world.
Florian Zeller’s “The Father” starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman will premiere this week just before the Golden Globes.
Serbia officially submits “Dara of Jasenovac” directed by Predag Peter Antonijević for consideration in the 2020-2021 Academy Awards.
Italy’s official entry to the Oscars for Best International Film is the documentary Notturno from award-winning director Gianfranco Rosi. Over three years, Rosi traveled through Iraq, Kurdistan, Syria, and Lebanon and captured vignettes of the citizens within those countries.