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2020 in Review: May

This month: minimalism, Jane Roe, Asian American film, Satoshi Kon, and more.

People Are Creating Some Unusual Video Games During Quarantine

Entertainers Are Doing Their Best in Quarantine

Indigenous Filmmakers Share Features, Shorts, and More Online

These Interactive Documentaries Look at 3D-Scanned Desserts and Earth From Orbit

The Timely Resonance of PBS’s Asian Americans

An Animated Horror Film Dredges a Disturbing Chilean History

A Mind-Bending Cultural Critique From One of Anime’s Most Influential Directors

An Unlikely Friendship Between a Painter and the Man Who Stole Her Artwork

How Asian American Representation in Film Has (and Hasn’t) Changed Over the Years

The Truth About Jane Roe

Minimalism Takes Flight

By Dan Schindel

Born and raised in Maryland and currently based in New York, Dan Schindel is an associate editor at Hyperallergic, freelance culture writer, and available for any copy-editing/proofreading needs you may have. This website was originally a blog called Days of Docs, and chronicled his attempt to watch and review a documentary every single day for a whole year. He was mostly successful at this, and now he knows everything. He puts this knowledge to use by writing about movies, TV, games, books, comics, art, and more.