Culture

‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t care about the common people

The fantasy series’ biggest problems have a simple solution: remember the little people who have everything to lose.

The Rogue Recap – August 18-25

Say goodbye to the sun, to comedy, and to animated characters as we continue to welcome our inevitable apocalypse.

Mikhail Red is The 25-year Old Filmmaker Cineastes Can’t Stop Talking About

Fresh off the success of his second film, Birdshot, the young director embodies the best and boldest qualities of the local independent filmmaker.

A Conversation With Mark Z. Danielewski

The author behind House of Leaves, Only Revolutions, and The Familiar talks about his affinity with the novel, and the way current events are shaping...

Why You Need to Pay Attention to The Rise of Collage Art

Chabet loved his collages—and so do these six young artists who have embraced the form as their own. Here's why collage art is way more...

What We’ve Learned from 6 Local Road Films

From Pauwi Na to Patay Na Si Hesus, life on the road remains the best teacher.

This Week In Cinemas – August 23, 2017

Haunted dolls, sharks, and emojis take over the movie houses after a week of Filipino cinema

‘BioShock’ Proves How Video Games Can be Legitimate Art

10 years after its release, the Ayn Rand-inspired shooter shows us how video games can be as intelligent and philosophical as literature and film.