Currently Browsing: Inside out
As part of our Sister Series, FF2 Media Vice President Brigid Presecky and Engagement Manager Georgi Presecky discuss their favorite films by female filmmakers. Be sure to click on the film titles for full reviews.
INSIDE OUT was released in 2015 by Pixar Animation and Walt Disney Pictures.
Yeah, the film is written by Meg LeFauve, who more recently also co-wrote CAPTAIN MARVEL, and she has a story credit on the most recent Pixar release ONWARD.… read more.
The term “best” is all relative. What might be right for you may not be right for some (it’s right there in the Diff’rent Strokes theme song, guys). But even in the post #MeToo era, when the conversation about equality is becoming increasingly important, women are continuously being shut out of awards season – most notably from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the lack of female nominees 2020 Golden Globes.… read more.
Contributing Editor Jessica Perry’s Take on the 2016 Oscar Nominations 🙂
This year at FF2 Media, we reviewed many of the films up for selection for the coveted 2016 Oscar nominations. Now that the nominations are in, and the uproar has begun over the lack of diversity amongst this year’s nominees, we must question the Academy’s choices in a few of these categories.… read more.
Associate Editor Brigid Presecky’s Take on the 2016 Oscar Nominations 🙂
With hundreds of eligible films (many of which were reviewed by FF2 Media) the final nominees are a well-deserved, if not surprising, list of immeasurable talent.
Academy voters for the 2016 Oscar nominations apparently ‘never let go’ of their fondness for Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, both nominated for their respective roles in Alejandro G.… read more.
2015’s Top Picks from FF2 Associate Editor Brigid K. Presecky
BEST ENGLISH LANGUAGE FILMS
Between the impressive ensemble and outstanding script by Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer, Spotlight earns the top spot for my 2015 list. It tells the story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the massive scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese.… read more.