In There is a New World Somewhere, two young people lock eyes at a backyard party in Austin. They both clearly feel like outsiders—they’d rather not be there. So they take off, very shortly after, for an impromptu road trip across the South.
With its harrowing statistics and deeply personal stories from survivors, The Hunting Ground, a new documentary about sexual assault on college campuses, is not an easy film to watch. But it is an important one.
The last time we heard about a film being pulled from theaters it was The Interview, a major studio production that received so much publicity from the alleged "censorship" that it's earned almost $46 million to date. This stands deep contrast to what the filmmakers of Zunn: Showgirls of Pakistanare facing.
Let’s just get this clear at the outset: New film The DUFF is based on the premise that every group of female friends has a “Designated Ugly Fat Friend” whose sole purpose for being in the group is to act as a gateway to her prettier companions.