Anna Nappi 28 posts
Anna is currently a senior at Brandeis University studying Film, Journalism, and Psychology. At Brandeis, she writes for the student newspaper and is the undergraduate degree representative of the Journalism program. From theaters to museums to concert halls, she loves exploring the art world in Boston as well as in her Maine hometown. Anna is passionate about FF2’s mission and excited for the opportunity to work alongside a wonderful team dedicated to supporting women artists.

Currently Browsing: Anna Nappi

Charming Performances from Toni Collette Make us Laugh & Cry

Toni Colette and Drew Barrymore in Miss You Already still
Today is Toni Collette’s birthday! From comedies to dramas, the Australian actress has received 89 award nominations throughout her career.
CONTINUE READING

Lee Krasner: Kindness Thrives in the Art World

Happy Birthday to American abstract expressionist painter, Lee Krasner!
CONTINUE READING

Rosemarie DeWitt Brings Emotion to Indie Silver Screens

Rosemary DeWitt

Happy Birthday, Rosemarie DeWitt! Today we celebrate an actress who has won a Satellite Award, a Toronto Film Critics Award, and received nominations for Independent Spirit Awards and Gotham Independent Film Awards. She has graced many indie movie screens throughout her career, including the films of Lynn Shelton, who was FF2’s SWAN of the Day on October 23 for the anniversary of her film, Laggiesread more.

CONTINUE READING

‘Laggies’ Showcases the Unique Skill of Lynn Shelton

Chloe Grace Moretz and Kiera Knightly in Laggies
Seven years ago today, Laggies, the romantic comedy directed by the late Lynn Shelton, was released in theaters!
CONTINUE READING

Jacqueline Stewart Protects & Illuminates the Black Experience

Jacqueline Stewart MacArthur Genius Grant
Cinema studies scholar and art curator, Jacqueline Stewart, received the MacArthur Genius Grant for her work in supporting Black filmmakers.
CONTINUE READING

Nicole Fleetwood Curates ‘Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration’

Nicole Fleetwood
Nicole Fleetwood combats the dehumanization of incarcerated people and highlights how art is used for both self-expression and survival.
CONTINUE READING