Category: Pop Culture

Jonah Raskin: A Review of The Call of the Wild (2020)

A Cinematic Fairy Tale for the Age of Environmental Disaster

Sam Pizzigati: Football without Billionaires?

Why Not? Fed-up sports fans are stirring, and progressive pols worldwide are beginning to take notice

John Sayles: “If They Can Do It by Busting a Union, They’ll Do It”

Interview about how Matewan happened, Will Oldham’s acting career, the Writer’s Guild, and whether the long decline of labor unions in America can ever be turned around

Joe Emersberger: Amazon’s Anti-Venezuela Propaganda

Amazon’s new anti-Venezuela TV series and the media complicity surrounding it

Adam Sweeting: DA Pennebaker obituary

Maker of idiosyncratic documentary films including Dont Look Back, about Bob Dylan’s 1965 UK tour

Peter Certo: Does the Super Bowl Feel Too Political? Thank Militarism

The staging of professional sports events is deeply political. It’s only when someone breaks character that we notice it

Bruce Lerro: Why Hasn’t Socialism Captivated Working Class?

Nationalism, Religion and Sports Have Captivated the Working Class. Why Hasn’t Socialism?

Michael Albert: Hollywood On My Mind

With Hollywood on my mind, I continue to seek a good outcome. I figure it won’t be Marvel, but maybe a new franchise can emerge focused on films seeking fundamental societal change

Dave Zirin: Colin Kaepernick’s celebrity allies

The NFL and Roger Goodell can speak elliptically all they want about “listening” to players, but as long as Kaepernick is sidelined, the NFL’s cowardice will be on display

Dave Zirin: Sports History

Interview on Ali, Kap, MJ & More

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