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The only thing that might have made Los Angeles’ Inaugural Rom Com Festival more entertaining is if guests would have arrived to each screening dressed in a terry cloth robes, UGG fur-lined slippers, and sporting cucumber face masks. The fun of the pajama party was reserved only for the late-night screening of How Stella Got Her Groove Back, but it might have been even better to make PJs the overall dress code, just to liven up the celebratory nature of the fest.… read more.
The power of an organization like Women in Film cannot be overlooked in today’s world. As women finally find themselves in a world where they can begin to be recognized, the significance of this union of female artists is just beginning to take shape. The Los Angeles chapter of WIF is gearing up to host its annual gala that will take place on June 12, 2019.… read more.
The buzz on the Red Carpet for the 2019 Indian Film Festival on opening night was unfettered by the strong April gusts of wind that threatened to blow over the backdrops and tussle the carefully coiffed hair of the many names that came to celebrate. Perhaps the energy was due to the fact that roughly half of the films screened at this year’s festival were directed by women.… read more.
There is nothing as magical as the creative energy that women in the arts possess. Put a few dozen of those women in a room, or perhaps, a theater together and the atmosphere is positively other-worldly. Such was the case on March 23rd, at the renowned A Noise Within Theater in Pasadena, Ca.
In an event sponsored by the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative and Noise Now, some of LA’s talented female playwrights came together to celebrate the 12th Annual Swan Day.… read more.
Oh, Oscar. Women in film have all had a crush on that guy for a very long time. Did the 2019 Oscars mark a seismic shift in the entertainment world for women? I mean, after all, when a short film about menstruation, produced by two women, wins the coveted prize, have we finally made it?
Watch a woman win an Oscar, and more often than not, she will tell you to “believe in the impossible,” or something of that ilk.… read more.