“Santiago Rising,” a documentary by Nick MacWilliam, is a powerful portrayal of the insurrectionary uprising that shocked Chile at the end of 2019.
Like most conspiracy theories, the flat earth theory seeks to “connect the dots” and bring clarity to a world that feels confusing and polarized.
Bong Joon-Ho’s Oscar-winning movie “Parasite” depicts the brutality of life under capitalism, showing how poverty forces people to struggle against one another to get by.
The new Joker film reimagines the classic villain as the victim of a system that abandons the mentally ill and leaves people to languish in a manufactured poverty.
Events in Paris demonstrate that capitalism is undermining its own past achievements and those of previous societies.
A recent Netflix show, produced by Russian state television, is a scandalous misrepresentation of Trotsky’s life and the October Revolution.
The growing search for ways to individually “opt out” of capitalist society is an indication of the historic impasse of this system.
Communist director and rapper Boots Riley promotes socialist revolution with his new movie “Sorry To Bother You.”
Not only has capitalism ceased to move society forward, but it is also threatening the human cultural heritage of past generations.
Marvel’s latest blockbuster demonstrates how the growing concentration of intellectual property in fewer hands is affecting art and entertainment.
The crisis of mental health is neither “human nature” nor the sum of millions of individual experiences. It is a systemic problem with a systemic solution. Nothing prevents us from creating an unimaginably superior world […]
The future of art is linked inextricably to the future of humanity as a whole and the political struggle against capitalism must necessarily find an expression in art.