Creator Hassan Siddiqui hopes to empower females in his country to take a stand to fight injustice in a society that heavily favours males.
Following the senior year of three underprivileged teens, Step is an authentic glimpse of the extra effort they need to put in to pursue higher education.
Ingrid Goes West, with great performances by Elizabeth Olsen and Aubrey Plaza, examines our relationship with social media [Review]
This dark comedy is also a thoughtful look at how one's Instagram feed twists the reality of both the person who posts and their followers.
Continuing the story of intrigue started in Cogheart, find out how the first human with a mechanical clockwork heart deals with a notorious escaped criminal.
American Dream is New York electro rock band LCD Soundsystem's first album in seven years. While there are plenty of interesting ideas going on, none of them sound that original or exciting.
Taiwanese documentary The Silent Teacher takes a hard look at the meaning of life and its looming – and taboo in discussions – shadow, death. The story is told through widower Lin Hui-tsung.
Just before opening for US shoegazers Diiv, local indie rock outfit Phoon spoke to Young Post about unexpected crowds, jam sessions and writing fun songs.
On their seventh album, Sleep Well Beast, The National take some risks, and it pays off.
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t seen or at least heard of the 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth. It won Oscars, became mandatory viewing in schools and brought the issue of climate change firmly into the public eye.
Super Mario, PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds and Gran Turismo: the 3 biggest games coming to the biggest consoles this year
Mario free roams in an open world, 100 players face off in a fight to the death, and simulation driving gets more realistic than ever before in these hotly anticipated console games.