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Kate McIntyre Clere on the making of documentary ‘Kangaroo’

After the release of her new film Kangaroo: a love-hate story, Contributing Editor, Lindsy M. Bissonnette was able to ask her some questions about the making of the film and what it's like being a woman in the industry.

Wonder Woman, a costume change for the worse?

This year we all realized our need for a female-dominant super hero film… a need we didn’t even know we had until Wonder Woman’s release. With its star-studded cast and female-central story and female-powered production team, it’s no surprise that it was an overwhelming box office success. So it’s no surprise that the internet has been in a recent uproar over some new scantily-clad Amazons.… read more.


Haunted Hot Pink Pen Horror films for this Halloween

No matter what your terror-tolerance level, there is a film out there for you! Here’s a list of some of our favorite frightening films to get you into the Halloween spirit.

Editorial: After Weinstein, silent no more

Innocent until proving guilty is the way of American law, unless, it would seem, that the “innocent” is a white, privileged, powerful male, and the “guilty” is a young, green slutty female actress who has been taken advantage of.

Tan Takes the Lead: Pop Aye wins at Zurich

Incredibly eloquent, funny, and honest, Kirsten Tan is a fantastic artist. Not only is she making poignant and artistically interesting films, she’s making huge strides in the industry for women, and minority women. Tan’s work swept through New York this summer with the release of Pop Aye, and now is sweeping through Europe, and we are happy to say that she’s sweeping the awards.… read more.


FF2 Congratulates Ann Hui on her AMPAS Directors Branch Appointment

Ann Hui, award-winning filmmaker from Hong Kong, is one of the women added to the AMPAS Directors Branch this month. Our Time Will Come is her new feature. Here’s what we think!

FF2’s Managing Editor Brigid K. Presecky:

Director Ann Hui’s third feature goes on an atypical journey with “Lan,” (Zhou Xun) a quiet leader who takes on an important role in Japanese-occupied Hong Kong during the 1940s.… read more.