Tags : representation

Why The Internet Is Mad About The ‘Winx’ Reboot

In early December, Netflix released a teaser trailer for their latest 2021 series, Fate: the Winx Saga. Given the title, viewers were immediately drawn to the reboot of the beloved 2000’s cartoon The Winx Club that focused on five teenage fairies attending Alfea School to hone their skills and save the universe. The showrunner of the reboot, Brian […]Read More

Interview: Anairis Quiñones on Diversity in Anime and Voice Acting

My Hero Academia just recently announced their third film to be released next summer. In preparation for all new content coming in 2021, including its fifth season, we interviewed Anairis Quiñones, voice of Rabbit Hero: Mirko. Anairis has an abundance of voice roles in indie games and animation. She plays Nessa in Pokémon: Twilight Wings, […]Read More

Sacrifice and strength in ‘Miss Juneteenth’: Review

I’m a woman, phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, that’s me. This charming directorial debut from Channing Godfrey Peoples establishes her as one to watch. Set in Peoples’ hometown, Fort Worth, Texas, Miss Juneteenth portrays a personal and thoughtful exploration of black womanhood in a society where the odds are stacked against them. The film follows a single […]Read More

Here’s Why Short Films Deserve Better

During lockdown earlier this year, Disney launched its successful streaming site Disney+ and with that, our childhoods were unlocked. Every single Disney film, with the additions of the Star Wars and Marvel franchises all at the click of a button. But while all these films are brilliant, Disney also added an extensive range of short […]Read More

Film Review: Blue Sushi

We’ve been waiting for what feels like months on end for this, and it’s finally here. ‘Blue Sushi’ made it’s debut on social media and the response is phenomenal. Poppy Harrold, who is also on YouTube and Twitter played Scarlett Monroe, a trans man who is the lead singer of… Yep, ‘Blue Sushi’ alongside Bertie Gilbert, Andrea Valls, […]Read More

Pale, male and representatively frail

Despite the 2015 Parliament being dubbed “the most representative yet”, it still remains disproportionately pale, male and representatively frail. With the Conservative Party manifesto stating that “equal treatment and equal opportunity for all in a society proud of its tolerance and diversity”, equality is clearly a topic at the forefront of British politics. Yet, despite these […]Read More