In this series, Team FC scours the best of the internet every week to bring you a list of great reads, watches and more, from the world of film and entertainment.
This hour-long film produced by Google explains in detail what happens when we make a Google search, and how the various links on the internet that answer are questions are collated.
Critic Nandini Ramnath explores how the films nominated for the Oscars this year often make obvious political statements and speak truth to power in ways that are unimaginable in the Indian context, given the reaction shows like Tandav received. You can read the essay here.
Peter Jackson's 2009 film The Lovely Bones, starring Saoirse Ronan and based on Alice Sebold's 2002 novel of the same name, was about a young girl who is murdered and then watches from her heaven as her family try to cope with her death. This video essay examines how the film is actually more unsettling than acknowledged.
Emerald Fennell is only the seventh woman ever nominated for Best Director; she's also the first woman to be nominated alongside another woman in the same year (Chloé Zhao for Nomadland). In this brief interview with the New York Times, she discusses her immediate reaction to the nomination. You can read it here.
If you've spent the last two weeks watching or reading about the Meghan-Harry-Oprah interview, you'll enjoy this short video by Vanity Fair, which details the lengthy and complex process to be followed once Queen Elizabeth dies. The process is called Operation London Bridge. It involves many phone calls and a few coded messages.