This PBS documentary highlights the racism and the resistance.
A vital film that leaves the viewer wanting to know more about the extraordinary life of revolutionary Fred Hampton and the Black Panther Party.
The Netflix movie Kiss the Ground reveals a soil-based strategy to help with global regeneration. Worth seeing!
“Planet” boldly exposes that corporations profit from green campaigns and discusses real problems. But eco-socialist ideas are missing.
Set in South Korea, the fearless and funny Parasite brilliantly exposes the unbridgeable gap between rich and poor.
Or does it say something about the world?
A gripping film about the racist, anti-working class character of gentrification.
A moving love story, brilliantly acted, directed and musically scored, and deeply political.
Remezcla.com offers commentaries on what many critics are calling the year’s best movie, now in theaters and on Netflix. (P.S. Also check out the director’s Children of Men.)
Two brilliant films creatively use Afro-surrealism to blast their political targets.