Hazem Fahmy is a poet and critic from Cairo. He is an Honors graduate of Wesleyan University’s College of Letters where he studied literature, philosophy, history and film. His work has appeared, or is forthcoming in Apogee, HEArt, Mizna, and The Offing. In his spare time, Hazem writes about the Middle East and tries to come up with creative ways to mock Classicism. He makes videos occasionally.
We were able to talk with Marja-Lewis Ryan, Samantha Housman and Ross M. Dinerstein, the director and producers of the Netflix drama 6 Balloons.
Relying heavily on the personal over the historical, 1985 is a gripping reminder that the social drama need not be loud and tumultuous for
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Far from the average Netflix indie, 6 Balloons is a thrilling turn for its co-stars and a promising sophomore picture for its director.
We spoke with the Jackie van Beek & Madeleine Sami, directors, writers and stars of upcoming New Zealand comedy The Breaker Upperers, about their
It's hard to describe what Boots Riley's debut, Sorry To Bother You, is actually about, because it is trippy, all over the place, and
We explore how Guillermo del Toro's Oscar nominated period piece The Shape of Water accurately reflects the prejudices still held in contemporary American society.
We argue that Lady Bird's Nick Houy should have been nominated for Best Editing for the subtlety of editing that brought script and character
Hazem Fahmy examines The Big Sick and its failure to dive into the complexities and challenges of hybrid, first-generation identity Muslim Americans.