Currently Browsing: female playwright
On this day in 2015, The Danish Girl was released in theaters. A biographical romance about a trans woman who received one of the first gender-affirming surgeries ever, this film was created by the artistic and sensitive mind of Lucinda Coxon.
Lucinda Coxon is an English playwright and screenwriter, known for telling comedic contemporary stories as well as riveting historical tales.… read more.
With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start making our lists of holiday films to watch and checking them twice. Six years ago today, The Man Who Invented Christmas was released in theaters. That makes today the perfect day to revisit this cozy Christmas film and the woman who invented it, Susan Coyne. … read more.
Lorraine Hansberry and I have quite a bit in common. We are both Black women from Chicago who use the power of the pen to convey our emotions regarding the state of the world and even our own lives. We are two individuals who feel deeply about changing the world around us and hold a sense of idealism in a world that does everything to crush it.… read more.
During Pride Month, we are taking the opportunity to celebrate some of the many incredible queer artists that we know and love. Our next artist is the filmmaker Phyllis Nagy!
Phyllis Nagy is an American screenwriter, director, and playwright, known best for her work on the critically-acclaimed film Carol (2015).… read more.