The Great COVID-19 Gap: Why are Film and TV Ignoring the Pandemic?
For the past several years, I've had the urge to return to my journalism roots. Primarily writing essays interested in pop-culture, and especially ones looking at the intersection of philosophy and pop-culture -- how we experience the world around us, through the lens of the arts. Recently, the Sydney Morning Herald, Melbourne Age, and others published my first such piece, examining the near-total absence of Covid from our television screens and movie theatres and its potential consequences.
"We’re witnessing the Disney-fication of all filmed pop culture, with no room for the greatest global horror of our time."
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