Personally, I’d like to think that the changes in my life stem from my passions. I’m passionate about women’s stories through the lens of film. It is important that these stories are seen and heard. To celebrate International Women’s Day, I’d like to highlight some films directed by women who are great storytellers.
Thank you all who came out last night to celebrate Cinema Femme’s Issue 3 at WeWork!
Thank you to all who came out Wednesday to Revolution Brewing to celebrate the second issue of Cinema Femme magazine! Here are photos from the event.
Happy holidays from the staff at Cinema Femme magazine! If you’re still looking for gift ideas for the film aficionados, women in film, or just awesome people in your life, here are some of our favorite gifts.
Thank you all who came out last tonight to our launch at the Music Box Theatre! Here are some photos for the event. If you have any photos you took … Continue reading Launch Party photos!
For me, movies have always felt like home. I watch films not just for enjoyment, but for finding a deepness in life, finding understanding, finding that place where I feel like I belong.
Statistics about Female Film Critics A September 2018 report from Dr. Stacy L. Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative (and conducted with Time’s Up Entertainment) used reviews of 300 top-grossing … Continue reading Reason for the Cinema Femme Movement
One of the raffle prizes at our launch party with be Cinema Femme founder Rebecca Martin’s personal collection of Criterion Collection films. Here, Rebecca writes about what each film means … Continue reading 10 of Rebecca’s Favorite Films
Our launch party at this Music Box Theatre is this Thursday! We will have raffle prizes from… #1: Revolution Brewing Company Cheers to the weekend! One of our awesome raffle … Continue reading Cinema Femme Launch Party
Inaugural Issue (launching 11/12/18) interviews film critic Pamela Powell and filmmaker Laura Moss. Learn about their personal female film experiences in the upcoming digital issue, launching November 12, 2018. Pamela Powell … Continue reading Inaugural Issue interviews
“Virgin Suicides” (1999) “Everybody—the male and female actors and the audience alike—is captivated by this film that is a meditation on the existential horror of teenage life. We are all … Continue reading Sneak Peek of Essays in Upcoming Issue
Founder Rebecca Martin’s journey to Cinema Femme started in 2011 when she decided to form a Meetup called the Chicago Film Lover Exchange (CFLX).