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At ease in both East and West despite experiencing racism in both Hong Kong and the US, studious of ancient Chinese
Arguably the greatest film ever made, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey eloquently brought to the screen questions
Malcolm X remains an enigma despite — or because of — what is written on him. Frequently speculative and often
Spike Lee’s masterful biopic about the iconic civil rights campaigner was released 25 years ago. It remains as relevant
US President Trump is often labelled a ‘Manchurian Candidate’, a phrase which originates from the eponymous film.
The 1927 silent epic is one of the most influential films ever made
Revisiting 1995’s seminal Japanese animated feature film Ghost In The Shell, which unlike Hollywood’s latest live-action
'Welcome to the post-truth world.'
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The cult TV show was ahead of its time with its vision of a multiracial, post-capitalist world
The Battle of Algiers gives insight into guerrilla tactics and warfare like no other movie or documentary; a must-watch
Utopia is not merely a work of fantastical fiction; it is one of the most influential and prophetic books ever written
What makes The Good, the Bad and the Ugly such a classic?
A graphic novel based on the life of the artist Shakir Ali presents all the nuances of his personality
LLF offered a reasonably diverse array of literary, musical, political, and historical sessions
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On 80 years of the publication of Penguin paperback books.