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Who was Jean Seberg?
Jean Seberg was a prominent actress from 1957 to her untimely death in 1979 at the young age of 40. Her career and personal life were tumultuous, and many of her films were frankly major flops. You may remember her from Saint Joan, Otto Preminger’s rendition of Joan of Arc. Seberg was a rookie before landing this role, and she supposedly beat out 18,000 actresses for the part.… read more.
Best-selling author Stephanie Meyer recently announced the August release of the latest addition to her beloved Twilight saga. Midnight Sun is the fifth official Twilight novel, a re-telling of the first book from the perspective of vampire Edward Cullen. The original series was told almost entirely from Bella Swan’s point of view, examining the female side of the fated love story between a teenage human and a centuries-old undead vampire. … read more.
FF2 Media’s new “Watch at Home” columns list the new films written and/or directed by women filmmakers that are newly available each week on DVD, Video On Demand &/or streaming services.
Here are the new films written and/or directed by women filmmakers now available at home as of 3/13/2020 (with links to FF2 Media reviews posted the week of their theatrical release):
- Charlie’s Angels – Elizabeth Banks (writer-director)
- The Dog Doc – Cindy Meehl (director)
- Lost Girls – Liz Garbus (director) (Netflix)
- Lost Transmissions – Katharine O’Brien (writer-director)
- The Postcard Killings -Liza Marklund (co-writer)
- Ride Like A Girl – Rachel Griffiths (director), Elise McCredie (co-writer)
- Spies in Disguise – Cindy Davis (screen story by)
- Stargirl – Julia Hart (director/co-writer), Kristin Hahn (co-writer) (Disney+)
- Transference – Jennifer Lloyd (co-writer)
DANIELLE’S TOP PICK OF THE WEEK
Charlie’s Angels takes the Townsend Agency international in this very fast-paced action-comedy written and directed by Elizabeth Banks.… read more.
“Women took upon themselves the responsibility to care for others,” said Yehudit Shendar when she introduced Spots of Light: To be a Woman in the Holocaust, the new exhibit at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center. “It was the task of the perpetrators to take away their beauty, but after the war many became gorgeous again.”… read more.