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Matt McDonald (BBDO), Trevor Guthrie (Giant Spoon), filmmaker and honto88 founder Shruti Ganguly, Ben Hughes (Squarespace), Angela Matusik (HP), and Ad Age associate creativity editor I-Hsien Sherwood gathered at IFP Week earlier this fall for a panel titled “Don’t Call It A Commercial” to discuss how the line between entertainment and advertising has blurred.
Last month at Brooklyn’s Made in NY Media Center by IFP, Scott Macaulay, editor-in-chief of Filmmaker Magazine, sat down with local editor Michael Taylor (The Farewell) at a launch party for the magazine’s Summer 2019 issue.
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A black fashion blogger shared a bunch of pictures that prove the influencer world has a huge diversity problem
Blogger and influencer Alicia Tenise shared a Twitter thread that showed the lack of diversity in the influencer space.
"Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile" is available to stream on Netflix and is showing for a limited time in select theaters.
Zac Efron convincingly channels the sinister charm of the serial killer Ted Bundy, but the film doesn't quite match his performance...
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Unlike Guatemalan conceptual artist Darío Escobar, most people who pass through the sporting goods section of a store would not pause to consider the accumulation of mass-produced industrial objects like soccer balls and the cultural value that they gain via those who consume them.
I asked people of color and allies on social media to share the ignorant questions that White people are still asking.