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Meet the Queen of the Punk Underground in ‘Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over’

FF2 Guest post by Megan Hennessey 

*Content warning: Brief mention of child sexual abuse. 

Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over pulled me in with the promise of indulging in a feminist of punk music history. Directed by Beth B, the film captures the eloquent rage of Lydia Lunch — and the problems of patriarchy— and asks us: Why aren’t you mad tooread more.


Leyla Bouzid on the Jasmine Revolution

Leyla Bouzid’s new film As I Open My Eyes, was made just as Bouzid now lives. Raised in Tunis, she immigrated to Paris to study in France, earning a degree at the Sorbonne University and film school at the Femis School. Just a few months before the Jasmine Revolution she films her short film thesis project Soubresauts in Tunisia, but returned to France to finish school and make a second short, Zakaria (which earned her a multitude of awards).read more.