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The perspective by which women are often seen, sexualized and objectified by men — consciously or not — in Hollywood films is known as the "male gaze." Is there a 'female gaze' in movies?

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He's cool, with moral clarity and he's three moves ahead of everyone. No wonder he's such a welcome sight in 2018 America and no wonder Denzel Washington wanted another go-around.

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Director X’s Superfly transplants the 1972 Blaxploitation classic from Harlem streets to suburban Atlanta mansions, flips Curtis Mayfield’s soul score for Future’s hip-hop soundtrack and forsakes the original’s politically charged grit for shallow music-video indulgence. 

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Despite high-profile Oscar wins for art house films like Call Me By Your Name and A Fantastic Women, LGBTQ representation in films from the seven biggest Hollywood studios fell significantly in 2017 according to a study released by the advocacy organization GLAAD.

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A Cannes Film Festival grappling with issues of gender equality and other winds of change was declared open by Martin Scorsese and Cate Blanchett, arm in arm, before the premiere of Asghar Farhadi’s Everybody Knows.

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Summer starts early this year in Hollywood with the potentially record-breaking release of Avengers: Infinity War today, and the marquee Marvel superheroes couldn’t be coming at a better time.

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Cinema might have a worthy successor to early Terrence Malick in Chloe Zhao, whose second feature The Rider is a spiritual and poetic journey into the fading world of the Lakota cowboy, starring the real people who inspired her film.