Currently Browsing: 2017
In Camille Thoman’s psychological thriller Never Here, she flips the story with her lead actress Mireille Enos, whose professional voyeur/installation artist Miranda suddenly finds herself as someone’s new obsession.
If you’re like me, you were excited for The Big Sick’s release. But I have to be honest. About twenty minutes into the film I found myself asking where are the women.
You might be saying “yeah, but the story doesn’t follow any women, it follows Kumail.” And to that I would say yup. The story doesn’t follow any women, instead they’re used to portray certain emotions/themes.
As the editor-in-chief of a growing site, one of my priorities is to balance quantity with quality. But as the flood of women filmmakers grows ever greater (hooray!), it’s frankly hard to keep up. So I am proud to announce the creation of our new initiative Coach Corner. Wonderful women will be joining me as […]
Wendie Malick has portrayed some of the sassiest characters on television, including Hot in Cleveland’s Victoria Chase and Just Shoot Me!’s Nina Van Horn. She has brought some of that sass to her newest role in Darrow & Darrow a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie. She portrays Joanne Darrow, mother of Claire Darrow, a lawyer […]
Outspoken about her own experiences and pulling from 25 years writing about the industry, Joan Kron argues against secrecy and looks at how female comedians have approached the issue – and their choices – publicly with humor.