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The feeling and mood are what lead the direction of the music for composer Isobel Waller-Bridge

Isobel Waller-Bridge is an award-winning composer born on April 23rd 1984 in England, known for her work on Fleabag and Black Mirror.

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Jenny Eagan brings looks and depth to characters through costumes

Jenny Eagan is costume designer who started out her career by studying Fashion Merchandising in the University of Missouri. She has been nominated for several noteworthy awards.

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Celebrating Rachel Portman—the versatile composer behind many of our well loved films

Born on 11th December 1960 in Surrey, UK, Rachel Portman is “one of the most prolific film score composers of the modern age,” having written over 100 scores for films and stage productions.

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Ten Female Composers Who are Writing Great Film Scores

Composing film scores is a field within the movie industry that is still overwhelmingly monopolized by men. A study published last year found that of the 100 top-grossing movies of the last twelve years, only 1.4% had a score composed by a woman. And yet, there are female composers: a handful who have been steadily […]

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Cinematographer Hélène Louvart’s prolific career doesn’t show signs of slowing

As part of our Tribute Series, FF2 Media celebrates the work of female filmmakers. Be sure to click on the film titles for full reviews & see where you can stream on JustWatch.com. In celebration of the artists who contribute to films through visuals and music, we’re shining the spotlight this week on cinematographer Hélène […]

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Natasha Braier Enhances Emotion of Cinematography

FF2 Media staff writers are using our time in quarantine to reflect on the influence of women artists – especially behind the camera, where women account for only six percent of cinematographers working on top-grossing films, according to research from San Diego State University’s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film. Though […]

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