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Miss Juneteenth. A love letter to phenomenal women.

As I watched Nicole Beharie’s graceful and honest portrayal of this beautiful, overbearing and loving mother, I can’t help but think about my own.  Enter Turquoise.  Turquoise is beautiful, intelligent, … Continue reading Miss Juneteenth. A love letter to phenomenal women.

Natalie Erika James infuses horror and a beautiful darkness in her female-led debut “Relic”

I love meeting and speaking with female filmmakers who bring a unique style to the screen, especially if it’s in a way that I’ve never seen before. Aussie based Natalie … Continue reading Natalie Erika James infuses horror and a beautiful darkness in her female-led debut “Relic”

“Little Woods” sets the stage for Nia DaCosta’s anticipated follow up “Candyman”

Who’s excited for “Candyman”? It’s an understatement how thrilled I am about Nia DaCosta’s remake coming out this fall. I’m a fan of the original, but I see how DaCosta’s … Continue reading “Little Woods” sets the stage for Nia DaCosta’s anticipated follow up “Candyman”

Dawn Porter captures an awe-inspiring legacy in “John Lewis: Good Trouble”

Black Lives Matter. There is a man named John Lewis, who has fought for that for over 60 years, and is still fighting for that in a way that creates … Continue reading Dawn Porter captures an awe-inspiring legacy in “John Lewis: Good Trouble”

To Be a Free Person: Ksenia Ivanova on “Jack and Anna”

“For many years, I had to confront the cruel system in my home country that does not tolerate people with a different mindset. People judged me for my ideas as … Continue reading To Be a Free Person: Ksenia Ivanova on “Jack and Anna”