Kino Classics’s new release attempts to redress a story of cinema centred on white male accomplishment
Over the past year Queerdirect has taken over several London institutions, reimagining the gallery as a visible space for queer artists
Representation is powerful – but what happens when a delightful, silly rom-com is asked to represent so many?
Since 1991 the feminist collective has played a key role in nurturing a space for queer activism and sexual and identity politics on film
A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body
Her work animates the consequences of our colonial history and the construction of identity politics: in a divided Britain, will we listen?
Inverting the gaze: real life biography, game play fantasy and Frantz Fanon combine in the British artist’s films
A revelatory exhibition cements a rising appreciation of African American art
From Irving Penn to the stereograph: a photography themed weekend reading list
A response to some of the responses
Soap operas, identity politics and sentimental songs; humour, hysteria and sincerity