Chile’s official foreign language entry for the Academy Awards this year is Pablo Larraín’s Neruda, but those expecting a simple biopic on the Chilean poet will be in for a surprise. Neruda stars Luis Gnecco as the writer in exile, and adds a new character in Gael García Bernal’s Inspector Oscar Peluchonneau. As Neruda traverses the world with his wife, he risks their safety to leave clues for the inspector, turning his persecution into a global spectacle and using the opportunity to become a symbol for freedom.
Artists from Busta Rhymes to Residente are taking inspiration from the musical phenomenon to continue a global conversation on what America represents.
A biopic of a 20 year-old Barack Obama shows a man caught between dichotomies in America.
One of the rising voices in West Coast Rap, Raja Kumari puts her Indian-American identity front and center.
The writer behind Marvel's first Muslim superhero talks inclusivity, diversity, and how she handles real-life issues like Islamophobia in the comics.
Half and Halves is an artistic collaboration devoted to telling the story of California's Punjabi-Mexicans.
A new podcast by the U.S. State Department explains the role of religion in foreign policy.
“Translation is like toilet paper. No one thinks about it until they need it," humanitarian organizations included.