In short Black Barbie, filmmaker Comfort Arthur explores the concept of lighter skin equated to beauty and the effects it has on young women. Through spoken word, in just four minutes, she relays a young women’s journey, when beauty standards sadly exclude you. Black Barbie is an animated poem about a young girl’s experience with skin bleaching. As a child she is given a black … Continue reading Black Barbie (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review
Woody Allen is back with his latest film, and good Lord, it does not look good. Wonder Wheel stars Juno Temple as a young girl in the 1950s on the run from her gangster husband, running back to her parents (Jim Belushi and Kate Winslet) on Coney Island, a story told to us by a life guard played by Justin Timberlake because…Why not? Woody Allen doesn’t … Continue reading Wonder Wheel – Brand New Trailer!