Arts and Culture Editor Ruofan Cui introduces the McGill Left Review's audience to his top picks in the upcoming Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal.
Arts and Culture Editor Ruofan Cui proposes that Netflix's appearance as a platform for individualized media consumption obscures its fundamentally ideological function.
Claudia Morgan explores the innovative and subversive potentialities of Rei Kawakubo's aesthetics.
In his latest piece, Arts and Culture Editor Ruofan Cui analyzes how narrative is framed in Rashomon, its implications for knowledge production and conflating everyday fictions for truth.
The rise of virtual reality promises to radically alter our current methods of presentation. An analysis of our postmodern existence can help see where it might take us next.
Twin Peaks' fragmented, disjointed form compels viewers to reflect on the material contradictions inherent in their own lives.
Damien Chazelle's latest film shows the tensions that arise between maintaining one's individuality and serving the audience as a commodity.