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In 2020, TV and film still couldn’t get abortion right

Stephanie Herold, University of California, San Francisco and Gretchen Sisson, University of California, San Francisco According to decades of research, abortion is an incredibly common...

Movie theaters are on life support – how will the film...

Matthew Jordan, Pennsylvania State University Since the start of the pandemic, the film industry has been in free fall. As deaths have continued to climb, so...

How popular culture hobbles protest movements

Chauncey Maher, Dickinson College In response to the anti-racism protests that have erupted across the U.S., many Americans are saying they agree with the goals...

Perfection comes at a price in latest adaptation of Austen’s ‘Emma’

Inger S. B. Brodey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The latest film adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic “Emma” is a visual feast of...

Vaccines without needles – new shelf-stable film could revolutionize how medicines...

Maria Croyle, University of Texas at Austin The race is on to identify an effective vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. Once discovered, the next challenge...

‘Uncut Gems’ celebrates Manhattan’s Diamond District, a neighborhood that’s a window...

Barak Richman, Duke University In “Uncut Gems,” an overleveraged diamond jeweler named Howard Ratner, played by Adam Sandler, frantically tries to cover his bad business...

Exploring the data on Hollywood’s gender pay gap

Roberto Pedace, Scripps College Audiences were furious to hear that Michelle Williams was paid eight times less than Mark Wahlberg for her starring role in...

We’re in a golden age of black horror films

Robin R. Means Coleman, Texas A&M University In the horror genre, black is definitely back. The movie “Ma,” which premieres on May 31, will star...

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Guilty Pleasures: father of the modern western, king of crime

By Neil Sammells, Bath Spa University Think of what you skip reading a novel: thick paragraphs of prose you can see have too many words...