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Yasmin Omar

Harper's Bazaar

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Past articles by Yasmin:

"How I embraced my natural curly hair texture"

How I embraced my natural curly hair texture: A mixed-race writer with curly hair reveals how she learnt to embrace her natural texture → Read More

Writer-director Céline Sciamma on crafting a resonant film about childhood during Covid

The celebrated auteur reflects on her success, dreams and creative process ahead of her delightful new movie Petite Maman → Read More

Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in Spencer

The actress embodies Diana’s rebellious spirit in this unusually fantastical biopic → Read More

Why Romeo + Juliet is an enduring cultural classic

As Baz Luhrmann’s provocative Shakespeare adaptation celebrates its 25th anniversary, we reflect on the movie’s lasting legacy → Read More

Women of the Year Awards Editor's Choice: Jodie Comer

From an alluring assassin in Killing Eve to a mediaeval feminist in The Last Duel, the multifaceted actress has redefined what it means to be a heroine on our TV screens. Now, she has her eyes on Hollywood → Read More

Why you should watch… the fashion-world psychological thriller Last Night in Soho

An elegant, neon-lit parable on the true cost of dreaming big, starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy → Read More

Why you should watch… Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac drift apart in Scenes from a Marriage

With honesty and heart-wrenching performances, this moving limited series follows the slow dissolution of a relationship → Read More

Why is Scarlett Johansson still not allowed to shine in Black Widow?

Those hoping the superhero would finally get her moment in her long-awaited standalone movie may be disappointed → Read More

Why you should watch...  Sweat, the contemplative movie that reveals the true cost of Instagram fame

A layered, sympathetic character study of a social-media influencer’s crushing loneliness → Read More

Rose Byrne: “I’m as self-conscious as the next person”

In the pilot of her new 1980s-set comedy-drama series Physical, Rose Byrne establishes everything you need to know about her character in three minutes flat. Byrne, in a ringleted wig and patterned kaftan, assesses herself in the mirror with a downturned expression of complete self-hatred, dabbing concealer onto a stubborn spot on her laugh line. The voice in her head prods at her insecurities… → Read More

Olivia Williams: "There is an astounding amount of interesting work for women in their fifties"

The Nevers actress discusses how Hollywood has evolved since she started out in the 1990s → Read More

Aubrey Plaza: “I’d rather humiliate myself to feel like at least I’m having a truthful moment”

Ahead of her new movie Black Bear, the actress sets the record straight on her sarcastic onscreen persona → Read More

Why you should watch... nice guys finish last in Promising Young Woman

Carey Mulligan teaches misogynist men a lesson in this intoxicating feminist revenge thriller → Read More

Why you should watch... a Korean family pursue the American Dream in Minari

The Oscar-nominated writer-director Lee Isaac Chung lovingly shapes his personal experience into a lyrical, heartwarming movie about finding your identity → Read More

The new film Baby Done redefines what it means to be pregnant

This boundary-breaking comedy offers an unconventional presentation of expectant motherhood → Read More

Regina King: ”I wanted to present the Black experience with honesty”

The actress discusses inclusive storytelling in her feature directorial debut One Night in Miami and beyond → Read More

Why you should watch... Vanessa Kirby fall apart as a bereaved mother in Pieces of a Woman

The actress is utterly devastating in this heart-wrenching drama about losing a child → Read More

Why you should watch... Gal Gadot’s triumphant return in Wonder Woman 1984

After multiple delays, the Amazonian superheroine is finally soaring back into cinemas → Read More

Why you should watch... a carefree summer of teenage self-discovery in We Are Who We Are

Call Me by Your Name’s Luca Guadagnino spins a dreamy coming-of-age tale for television → Read More

Women of the Year: Daisy Edgar-Jones shoots to stardom

The actress brought comfort to locked-down audiences with her heartfelt performance on the hit BBC show – all the while deftly managing the challenges of socially distanced fame → Read More