INTERVIEW: ‘Plan C’ Director Tracy Droz Tragos On Bringing The Fight For Abortion Access To SXSW 2023

Reading Time: 5 minutes Tracy Droz Tragos discusses her documentary Plan C, screened at SXSW, and the fight for abortion access in the United States

REVIEW: ‘You Were My First Boyfriend’ is a Bittersweet Return to Awkward Youth

Reading Time: 2 minutes You Were My First Boyfriend asks the question “What if you could rewrite your adolescence?” in this creative documentary reliving its creator’s past

SXSW 2023 Presents an Impressive Slate of Animated Shorts

Reading Time: 4 minutes SXSW 2023 Animated Shorts brings 4 unassuming films, each bringing wholly unique, refreshing, sophisticated, and exciting approaches to the medium

REVIEW: ‘Pay Or Die’ Dares to Search for Hope

Reading Time: 3 minutes Pay Or Die Pay or Die shines as a piece that is deeply human, examining the U.S. insulin affordability crisis by way of three families.

Loungefly’s SXSW 2023 Fashion Preview Is A Nostalgia-Ganza

Reading Time: 2 minutes Check out the Loungefly immersive SXSW fan experience and fashion preview for this fabulous collection from March 12 to 15 at the Austin Convention Center

REVIEW: ‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ is a Treat, Plain and Simple

Reading Time: 3 minutes Television’s lovably awkward Belcher family is stepping off the small screen and into theaters for The Bob’s Burgers Movie.


REVIEW: ‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Leaves Much Desire to be Desired

Reading Time: 3 minutes Bridgerton Season 2 follows Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s quest to find a suitable wife, and the series somehow seems to have lost its spark.


REVIEW: ‘Human Resources’ Season 1 Has the Nerve to Go There

Reading Time: 3 minutes From the (filthy) minds that brought us Big Mouth comes Human Resources, a spin-off series that explores of the human condition

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