Barry Healy

Rachel Sennott and Danny Deferrari as the young student, Daielle, who is selling sex to get through

Barry Healy reviews a social satire set at a Jewish wake in New York City.

The cast of York telling the history of racist murder in the early settlement of the district

Barry Healy reviews a new play that delves into the intricate, complex and terrifying history of white settlement in Western Australia.

Gunpowder Milkshake mixes intricate fight scenes with a slick, retro, neon-inflected look, writes Barry Healy.

Tove film poster

Barry Healy reviews Tove, a film about Swedish-speaking Finnish artist, cartoonist and novelist, Tove Jansson, the creator of the popular children’s cartoon series Moomin.

Jane Hammond spoke with Green Left about her new film, Cry of the Forests that exposes the devastation of Western Australia’s old-growth forests.

Barry Healy reviews The Last Horns of Africa, a documentary about preventing the poaching of wild rhinoceros.

The wildly hedonistic Berlin club culture is celebrated in a new documentary, focusing on the lives of three of its most famous bouncers. Barry Healy reviews the film.

Barry Healy reviews a new film about the industrial mercury poisoning of a Japanese village and the photographer who exposed the story to the world.

Dean Imperial as Ray, a worker just trying to get by in the sardonic gig-economy altern

Barry Healy reviews Lapsis, a sci-fi film in which gig economy workers are manipulated into competing with each other — and with robots — to make a living.

Green Left speaks to Bob Zellner about Son of the South, a new film that tells his story of breaking from his Ku-Klux-Klan heritage to become the first white Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee organiser. 

Lucas Till as anti-racism campaigner Bob Zellner in Son of the South

Barry Healy reviews Son of the South, the true story of Bob Zellner, a white student in Alabama who broke from the prevailing Jim Crow apartheid and nearly lost his life in the anti-racist struggle.

David Gulpilil in My Name is Gulpilil

Barry Healy reviews My Name is Gulpilil, a testament in film to David Gulpilil's triumphs as an actor and traditional dancer as well as his suffering.

Barry Healy reviews Mientras dure la guerra, a film illustrating human failure and the psychology of fascism during the Spanish Civil War.

Barry Healy reviews a new film depicting jazz singer Billie Holiday’s extraordinary courage in facing up to racism in the United States.

Barry Healy reviews a new book researching the impact and consequences of anti-Semitism during the Russian Revolution.

Jazz is quintessentially American music. But, as Barry Healy writes, the story of jazz is a harrowing tale of racism and criminal violence stretching through to the present day. 

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