Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom

In the documentary, “Winter on Fire,” blue and yellow undertones fill every second of each frame, an effect that constantly reminds you of the vibrant colors of a country’s flag, one that was waved all around Ukraine during its 2014 revolution.

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower

When I first saw a photograph of Joshua Wong holding up a peace sign on the cover of an article, I didn’t think much of him. Little did I know that he was the teenager responsible for a national revolution in Hong Kong.

"Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry"

"Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry"

I first discovered Ai Weiwei in my art history class, where we studied his 100 million porcelain sunflower seeds, which, once collectively observed, lose their individual state of being, a metaphor for the loss of individual identity under communism. Over the summer, as I browsed through a number of Netflix documentaries, I came across “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry,” a title that stuck to me. It is one thing to be apologetic, but for one to be never sorry, never regretful, was a big message.