Currently Browsing: Lindsy M. Bissonnette
In May of 1977, Star Wars, written and directed by George Lucas was released. It was the first film of the many-part space-opera that takes place in the past (despite the vast technological advantages). It starred Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Peter Cushing, Alec Guinnes, and of course, the beloved late Carrie Fisher as “Princess Leia.”… read more.
By FF2 Contributor Lindsy M. Bissonnette
Filmmaker Melinda Janko has always been attracted to stories about “the triumph of the human spirit” and her work on 100 Years: One Woman’s Fight For Justice is no exception. Ms. Janko’s dedication and passion is evident in the deeply moving and disturbing story of Elouise Cobell’s fearlessness while taking on the United States government in the largest class action lawsuit in history.… read more.
FF2 Associate Lindsy M. Bissonnette asks you to consider these six films by women writers &/or directors (from the full list of films released in NYC theatres in 2016). Note that this list was created in November & will be updated after December 31, 2016.
My Favorite Feature Films of 2016 (2)
My Favorite Documentary Films of 2016 (2)
- Olympic Pride, American Prejudice (Writer/Director Deborah Riley Draper)
- Equal Means Equal (Writers Kamala Lopez and Gini Sikes, Director Kamala Lopez)
My Favorite Foreign Language Films of 2016 (2)
- 3000 Layla also known as 3000 Nights (Writer/Director Mai Masri)
- Mon Roi also known as My King (Writer/Director Maïwenn)
Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures… read more.
From Editor-in-Chief Jan Lisa Huttner: FF2 Media is proud to publish this spoken word poem by Lindsy M. Bissonnette, one response by one member of our team to the 2016 Election. We now look to the future; there is much work to do!
Don’t make eye contact.
Don’t let the friction and electricity in the air make them notice you.… read more.