Festival Day Two | Short Block 2

Today we highlight Short Block 1 films and filmmakers. Short Block 2 films and Short Blocks 1,3and 4 are now available to watch! Screen on our Seed&Spark festival platform. Tonight … Continue reading Festival Day Two | Short Block 2

Festival Day One | Short Block 1

Today we highlight Short Block 1 films and filmmakers. Short Block 1 films and Short Blocks 2-4 films starting at 10 AM PT today thorough 8/9/20 on our Seed&Spark festival … Continue reading Festival Day One | Short Block 1

Maya Hawke, Rachel Hilson, Charlotte Hornsby, Rhianon Jones, Nicolaia Rips and Haroula Rose on Their Sublime Short Film, “As They Slept”

On the eve of Cinema Femme’s inaugural short film festival, it seemed fitting to post my feature with a team of talented and amazing womxn. I felt so honored to … Continue reading Maya Hawke, Rachel Hilson, Charlotte Hornsby, Rhianon Jones, Nicolaia Rips and Haroula Rose on Their Sublime Short Film, “As They Slept”

Elyse Steinberg, co-director of “The Fight,” focuses her lens on ACLU’s heroic humanity

Following the Women’s March in January 2017, I was witnessing a power in the collective, a power I hadn’t seen before in my lifetime. Though I didn’t have a name … Continue reading Elyse Steinberg, co-director of “The Fight,” focuses her lens on ACLU’s heroic humanity

Christina Raia subverts genre through her horror and comic shorts

During quarantine, a series of amazing cat videos have been produced once a month on Instagram by CongestedCat Productions. I encourage you all to check them out. That kind of … Continue reading Christina Raia subverts genre through her horror and comic shorts

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”

Introducing Kyra Jones, Filmmaker, Artist, and Co-Founder of BLACK IN FILM

We are so excited to introduce you to Kyra Jones, a queer Black filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist based in Chicago, IL. Kyra received her degree in Theatre and Gender Studies … Continue reading Introducing Kyra Jones, Filmmaker, Artist, and Co-Founder of BLACK IN FILM

Directors Anna Koch and Julia Lemke celebrate cowgirls in ‘Glitter & Dust’

KRAKOW 2020 “It’s en vogue to be a cowgirl right now” by Marta Bałaga 05/06/2020 – We talked to Anna Koch and Julia Lemke, the directors of the Krakow title Glitter & Dust, only to … Continue reading Directors Anna Koch and Julia Lemke celebrate cowgirls in ‘Glitter & Dust’

Her Effortless Brilliance: A celebration of Lynn Shelton through film and music to air tonight on YouTube

PRESENTERS TO INCLUDE EMILY BLUNT, KAITLYN DEVER, ROSEMARIE DEWITT, THE DUPLASS BROTHERS, JOSHUA LEONARD AND REESE WITHERSPOON AMONG OTHERS FEATURING MUSICAL PERFORMANCES FROM MARC MARON, DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE’S BEN GIBBARD, … Continue reading Her Effortless Brilliance: A celebration of Lynn Shelton through film and music to air tonight on YouTube

Mounia Meddour • Director of ‘Papicha’

Today we share our media partner Cineuropa’s feature with filmmaker Mounia Meddour about her film “Papicha”. The interview took place during the Cannes Film Festival in 2019. The film is … Continue reading Mounia Meddour • Director of ‘Papicha’

Pausing Production to Create Hope in a Pandemic

In light of the pandemic crisis we’re in, we are supporting organizations that support womxn in film during these difficult times. Mezcla Media Collective is an organization that supports over … Continue reading Pausing Production to Create Hope in a Pandemic