CODA (Children of Deaf Adults, an acronym for hearing children of deaf parents) is an American adaptation of the 2014 film La Famille Bélier. Written and directed by Sian Heder, this movie gathered a ton of attention recently, being the first streaming service original movie to win Best Film at the 94th Academy Awards
Published in 1956, Giovanni’s Bedroom is already a work known as a classic of queer literature. In a novel that explores the roots and repercussions of shame associated with sexuality in someone’s life, James Baldwin offers us a reading that is capable testing our emotions until the very last moment.
Hannah Gadsby is an Australian comedian, born in Tasmania in 1978, who uses her comedy as a means to expose and destigmatize human conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorder. Among these topics, there are also some of her other numbers whose main punchline is the comedian’s sexuality.
Charli XCX, Christine and the Queens, and Caroline Polachek make main character music: Futuristic, avant-garde pop songs that place you—twirling, glitter-coated—at the center of the dancefloor. It’s with “New Shapes,” a song from Charli’s forthcoming album CRASH that the full trio teams up for the first time to deliver one of the most heartbreaking tracks of the album
In his debut album, MONTERO, Lil Nas X (Montero Lamar Hill) expands his musical lexicon with several styles going from pop, trap beats, hip-hop and rap. With featured artists such as Miley Cyrus, Elton John, Meghan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow and Doja Cat, the range of songs tell stories about Montero’s own life experience growing…