The Dissolve’s Tasha Robinson writes up a brilliant piece about female characters in films who are supposed to be “strong” but who, in the end, really are just your... (Read More)
In case you’ve been wondering why it’s so difficult to get movies about women made you don’t have to look any further than 2014′s 67th Cannes Film Festival. Under... (Read More)
What do you do if you’re an independent movie written and directed by a woman, about a lesbian getting married? Do you wait for Hollywood to shove aside that... (Read More)
Fairly enlightening, this. And depressing. Don’t make me start talking about the three holes again. Full infographic after the cut.
I love this interview. I don’t think it’s a matter of many of us just being old and out of touch. It’s a matter of watching something that was... (Read More)
Women and Hollywood’s Melissa Silverstein, someone I consider to be a growing voice in the film community, has co-curated a panel for the New York Times on women and... (Read More)
Three American indies directed by women are “marvelous.” He calls Winter’s Bone, the “Movie of the Year.”