Currently Browsing: November 2017
Wells is breaking out in 2017, adding writer-director to her resume with Mr. Roosevelt, the 20-something coming-of-age comedy.
Amy Glazer’s new film Kepler’s Dream is her first foray into the literary adaption of a young adult book.
The 55th New York Film Festival of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, September – October 2017, featured some of the best documentaries by women directors this year. Using a wide variety of expressive, entertaining, poignant and educational styles, the films reveal both the neglected past and the troubled present. Top selections include: Faces Places […]
Director Sofia Coppola was honored at the IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards with a tribute video airing at the ceremony.
The 27th annual IFP Gotham Awards were held on Monday, November 27 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. Women-directed films were honored solely for their casts.
The following nominations are by women filmmakers, both writers and directors whose work has been critically reviewed and covered by FF2 Media.
But as she followed Sonia through her day-to-day life and heard the story of her youth first-hand, she found a fascinating story and new image of her grandmother.
First-time screenwriter Susan Coyne creates a heartwarming historical drama which likely will get viewers in the holiday spirit.
Negri costars in the film, in a role loosely based on herself, opposite actress Catherine Curtain and Robert Vaughn, in his final performance.
On a whim, Poppy hops a flight to L.A. from England in search of her perfect man—George Clooney.
Writer/director Volpe goes more into detail about the film, its symbolism and why she considers herself a feminist.
When Christina Herrera Borquez decided to document one of these landmark struggles for the right to marriage, she thought the struggle would take place over a few months.
The film depicts the brutal rape of Bonnie (Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Stephanie Beatriz) and the devastating aftermath.
The 8th annual festival runs until November 16 and includes 111 feature-length documentaries (out of more than 250 films and events overall).
Even today, the genocide of 1915 is widely unacknowledged, but INTENT TO DESTROY director Joe Berlinger is determined to change that, one movie-goer at a time.
All the Queen’s Horses, which premieres at the Gene Siskel Film Center for a two-week theatrical run beginning November 10, is a thrilling story fit for a fictional feature film.
All the Queen’s Horses is a documentary about the biggest embezzlement case in American history. Rita Crundwell, a comptroller and treasurer in Dixon, Illinois (a small, predominantly white town) stole $53 million from 1983 to 2012.
Given the prestigious imprimatur of the 55th New York Film Festival of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the features by the women directors were a diverse and challenging slate.
Taking place at the New 400 Cinema in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago on November 9-11, the festival is one of the few comedy festivals in the country and will screen more than 50 short- and feature-films with Q&As with the filmmakers and talent after each showing.