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Rethinking the Reboot in ‘The Matrix: Resurrections’

The Matrix Resurrections Poster
For a movie that so loves to talk about itself, The Matrix: Resurrections has nothing to say once tasked with having a plot.
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Spend 2022 in Susan Seddon Boulet’s Mystical Realm

Susan Seddon Boulet painting.
Susan Seddon Boulet lived her life in search of the magical and magnificent.
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Spend 2022 in Darlene Kulig’s Vibrant Canadian Wonderland

FF2 Guest Post by Reanne Rodrigues

This holiday season, we’re excited to introduce Pomegranate, a publishing and printing company that offers its customers “art you can bring home.” In celebration of Pomegranate’s commitment to inclusivity, we’re proud to spotlight some of the brilliant women artists in their catalogue.read more.

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Delia Kropp Is Subtle & Sincere in Onscreen Debut

FF2 Guest post by Muffy Koster

Prominent Chicago actress, director, and LGBTQ advocate Delia Kropp makes her feature film debut in Landlocked, a heartfelt story of reconnection from indie director Timothy Hall. The film follows “Nick” (Dustin Gooch), an aspiring restaurateur, and his estranged mother “Briana” (Kropp), a transgender woman, as they reunite over the course of a road trip to scatter the ashes of Nick’s other, cisgender mother.  read more.

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Three Must-See Films at NYC’s 2021 South Asian Film Festival

WOMB Women of My Billion still at NYC SAFF
The female-led productions in this year’s NYC SAFF tell timely and timeless stories that urge us to shed our stereotypes.
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Greek God Dionysus Returns as ‘Hurricane Diane’ to Confront Climate Change

Rami Margron in Hurricane Diane
With Huntington Theatre Company's Hurricane Diane, director Jenny Koons and her cast pack a punch in 90 minutes.
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