“Sisters Rising” Co-Directors Willow O’Feral and Brad Heck on the power of documentary storytelling for the audience and themselves

“Sisters Rising” is an intimate portrait of 6 Native women who have survived sexual violence and/or domestic violence in their lives, and how that has transformed them. Through their trauma, they have become inspiring women who are fighting to help other women in their communities […]

Our top 10 recommended films to see at The 58th Chicago International Film Festival! (10/12 – 10/23)

Cinema Femme is based out of Chicago, and every year we make sure to promote our top recommendations for The Chicago International Film Festival. We’ve featured interviews with female and non-binary filmmakers in past years of the festival. Our list below is based on our […]

Co-producers Mollye Asher (“Nomadland”) and Kimberly Parker on their Tribeca thriller “Catch the Fair One”

“Catch the Fair One” premieres at Tribeca on June 13th, and Cinema Femme was fortunate to speak with co-producers Kimberly Parker (“The Last Black Man in San Francisco”) and Academy Award-Winner Mollye Asher (“Nomadland”) about their film. “Catch the Fair One” is about former pro […]

Indigenous Filmmaker Erica Tremblay charts her road to making “Little Chief” and future projects

Erica Tremblay is the recipient of 2021 “Of A Certain Age” Grant, a grant created in Lynn Shelton’s honor. Northwest Film Forum is behind the grant, along with Duplass Brothers Productions. If there’s anything that I’ve been thinking a lot about lately, it’s the sovereignty […]

Q&A with “Once Upon A River” filmmaker and cast

This fall we talked to filmmaker Haroula Rose, actors Kenadi DelaCerna, John Ashton, Lindsay Pulsipher, Kenn E. Head, and producer Grace Hahn about their film “Once Upon A River”. Now playing in virtual cinema: https://www.filmmovement.com/once-upon-a-river Written & Directed by: Haroula Rose (“Lost & Found”) Based […]