It’s nearly the end of the hellscape we’ve been calling 2020, and to celebrate, we’ve been working hard at collating Epigram’s Top 25 films of the year. This started out at as the top 10, but there were too many honourable mentions, and so it’s expanded!
The intention of a “2020 achievement” post on social media is well-meaning, but its negative effects are manifold, however that’s not to say you shouldn’t be making these posts: there’s a lot to be said for congratulating yourself when congratulations are in order.
Casting choices in Hollywood have become the hot topic in recent years. And, while we seem to be making progress, sometimes it feels like a one step forward, two steps back conversation – especially when it comes for the representation of those with special needs.
Donta Storey is a non-binary, Black, and queer filmmaker from Compton, California on the rise. Their film LiME was an Official Selection at this year’s Outfest Fusion Film Festival after a successful festival run that took the film from San Francisco’s Black Film Festival to the DC Film Festival.