James Morgan reviews Karen Shakhnazarov’s “White Tiger” and finds it a refreshingly effective model for how fascism should be portrayed in films.
Spotify, in an attempt to return to illegal payola strategies of the radio, has announced a new scheme intended to expand the dominance of the largest music monopolies, Hector McLachlan explains.
Zeb Schrader discusses the challenges of buying fresh food on a budget, and details a couple of easy recipes that are both simple and tasty.
Hector McLachlan investigates the neglect of musicians in Aotearoa and identifies the root of their mistreatment – monopoly capitalism.
Hector McLachlan reviews Rangatira, and finds it an exciting addition to the musical canon of Aotearoa.
Jack Mells reviews Guan Hu’s new blockbuster film, ‘The Eight Hundred’, a Chinese film Mells finds pleasingly different to US blockbusters.
People’s World Contributor Michael Berkowitz reviews ‘Five Days, Five Nights’ by Manuel Tiago, penname of Alvaro Cunhal, longtime leader of the Portuguese Communist Party.
Katjo Buissink reviews ‘Allende’s Chile’ by Ed Boorstein and its relevance to understanding fascism and the road to socialism in the modern day.