“The Virgin Suicides” film is a feast of watchers: it confirms that we are all watched and we all watch. Like George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four,” this film reminds the viewer … Continue reading The Watchers: The Compelling Gaze in “The Virgin Suicides”
For our Inaugural Issue, we chose Sofia Coppola’s “The Virgin Suicides” (1999) for our film focus.
Why do men always think they can save us? That may be the wrong question, because there are plenty of people with all different kinds of answers to that. Some … Continue reading Superman Is Just For Kids
Orange jumpsuits with chainsaws. A dead oak tree on the front lawn. Midwest suburban house. Four teenage girls in white nightgowns and yellow hair race out of the front door … Continue reading Enchanted by the Details
By Stephanie Dykes The question of who might be trustworthy is a constant point of contention in Bart Layton’s vision in the 2018 film “American Animals.” Can we trust the … Continue reading American Animals
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Cinema Femme magazine, the voice of the female film experience! Cinema Femme is a digital magazine that voices the female film experience through personal essays and interviews, accompanied … Continue reading Cinema Femme Inaugural Issue — Editor’s Letter