The X-files Filming Location 2/

A-maze-ing Laughter is a 2009 bronze sculpture by Yue Minjun, located in Morton Park in Vancouver, Canada. The patinated bronze sculpture, composed of 14 statues each about three metres tall and weighing over 250 kilograms,[4] portrays the artist’s own image “in a state of hysterical laughter”. (x) The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat, Season 11 episode of The X-files were filmed here in 2017. Disclaimer: The photos from the filming our not mine. They are taken from the following websites: x & x Continue reading The X-files Filming Location 2/

Unbelievable

Watch the new TV Show on Netflix, Unbelievable and then go and watch the below panel on Build. Unbelievable is an American drama based on a series of rapes in Washington and Colorado, starring starring Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever. The show dissects rape culture and the injustice that surrounds the victims. It also displays the mistreatment of the survivors by the police and the pressure they can put on you just because your behaviour isn’t what it should be… It is raw, it is honest and it is a female lead production showcasing how women survivors are … Continue reading Unbelievable

Our Eight Favorite Feminist Moments from the 2019 Emmy Awards

“I have the right, you have the right, we all have the right,” Billy Porter declared in his 2019 Emmy awards acceptance speech, making history as the first openly gay black man to win in his category. “We, as artists, are the people that get to change the molecular structure of the hearts and minds of the people who live on this planet. Please don’t ever stop doing that. Please don’t ever stop telling the truth.” Porter’s speech wasn’t an outlier. The 71st Primetime Emmys on Sunday honored the best of television—but the night’s real winner was feminism. Speeches celebrating … Continue reading Our Eight Favorite Feminist Moments from the 2019 Emmy Awards