All articles by Leila Latif

Reviews

Nanny is a tense, supernatural exploration of immigration and motherhood

Nikyatu Jusu’s extraordinary horror debut devotes itself to the story of Aisha, an undocumented Senegalese nanny attempting to navigate her precarious new life in New York.

By Leila Latif

Nanny is a tense, supernatural exploration of immigration and motherhood
Reviews

Sharp Stick proves an uneven return for Lena Dunham

By Leila Latif

Sharp Stick proves an uneven return for Lena Dunham
Obituaries

Sidney Poitier, a giant who broke ground and changed perceptions, 1927 to 2022

By Leila Latif

Sidney Poitier, a giant who broke ground and changed perceptions, 1927 to 2022
Reviews

tick, tick… BOOM! proves a moving tribute to composer Jonathan Larson

By Leila Latif

tick, tick… BOOM! proves a moving tribute to composer Jonathan Larson
Reviews

The Harder They Fall: a brilliantly over the top revenge tale

By Leila Latif

The Harder They Fall: a brilliantly over the top revenge tale
Obituaries

Michael Kenneth Williams, forever Omar in The Wire, 1966 to 2021

By Leila Latif

Michael Kenneth Williams, forever Omar in The Wire, 1966 to 2021
10 great

10 great films about Arab women and womanhood

By Leila Latif

10 great films about Arab women and womanhood
Where to begin

Where to begin with Youssef Chahine

By Leila Latif

Where to begin with Youssef Chahine
Reviews

I’m Your Man test drives the perfect robot partner

By Leila Latif

I’m Your Man test drives the perfect robot partner
Reviews

Night of the Kings concocts an Ivorian prison myth of raw beauty

By Leila Latif

Night of the Kings concocts an Ivorian prison myth of raw beauty
10 great

10 great African films

By Leila Latif

10 great African films
Reviews

Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism

By Leila Latif

Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism
Interviews

“I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House

By Leila Latif

“I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House
Reviews

Tesla review: sparks of brilliance fail to carry this eccentric biopic

By Leila Latif

Tesla review: sparks of brilliance fail to carry this eccentric biopic