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Seven years ago today was the theatrical release of Miss Stevens, the directorial debut of the incomparable Julia Hart.
Julia Hart is an American filmmaker known for the complexity, depth, and heart that she brings to every genre (which, for her, spans from young adult musical romance to crime thriller). Raised by James Hart, a Hollywood screenwriter known for his literary adaptations such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and Hook, Julia was exposed to the world of film from a young age.… 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.
There were many triumphant moments for women at the 76th Golden Globe Awards, despite very few female writers and directors being represented in film categories. Many winning actresses used their acceptance speeches as an opportunity to champion female creators.
On the television side, Best Actress Rachel Brosnahan of The Marvelous Mrs.… read more.