“Cruella” Offers Another Iconic Example of Disney’s Failed LGBTQ Representation

Katie Caracciolo examines the performative LGBTQ representation in Disney media.
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A Comprehensive Guide to Big Media’s Queerbaiting Crimes

Katie Caracciolo unpacks the exploitation of queer identities in popular media.
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Pandemic-Era Rule Changes Should Usher in a New Era for Awards Shows

Katie Caracciolo unpacks the changing environment of awards shows amidst a pandemic ultimately devoid of the traditional movie-going experience.
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In Review: Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari” Confronts the Reality of the American Dream

Though the Golden Globes wrongly classifies it as a foreign language film, “Minari” is one of the truest contributions to the American storytelling tradition.
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On This Day: Celebrating 50 Years of Carole King’s “Tapestry”

No. 25 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time,” “Tapestry” has long since taken its rightful place at the heart of the American soft-rock canon.
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“How to Make a Rainbow” Stars Open Up in MCC “Cup of Culture” Series

Above all else, both the film and Martinez’s words in the Q&A session reinforce how important it was for her that she and her daughter embark on the journey of her gender transition together.
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In Review: Carey Mulligan Delivers a Career Highlight in “Promising Young Woman”

As we look back on 2020, “Promising Young Woman” stands as an example of the thrilling work that can come out of even the darkest of times.
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“Harry Potter” and the Heat Death of the Author

Katie Caracciolo unpacks the recent condemnable actions of author J.K. Rowling and the dangers of the resulting attempted reclamation of her previously blindly beloved series.
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“Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey” Screenwriter Christina Hodson Delights in Pollock Theater’s Script to Screen Series

As part of the Script to Screen series, Ryan moderated a lively discussion with “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” screenwriter and co-producer Christina Hodson.
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Argument in the Office: Personality Tests — Benign Pastime or Testing our Patience?

Katie Caracciolo and Priscilla Goh debate the merits of personality tests.
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Prop 22 and the Tech Industry’s Continued Exploitation of Gig Workers

Katie Caracciolo implores readers to vote no on Prop 22 this November.
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Now More Than Ever, Binge Watching Is a Necessity

Katie Caracciolo wants you to keep binge watching your favorite shows.
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Yes, I’m Watching the Oscars This Year — But Should I Feel Bad About It?

In anticipation of Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony, Katie Caracciolo delves into the politics behind the pics.
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