Deborah Kampmeier’s ‘Tape’ explores the gray areas of #MeToo through sharing one woman’s powerful story

I was first introduced to Deborah Kampmeier’s “Tape” during my interview with the film’s cinematographer Valentina Caniglia. Since our conversation took place a year ago, she couldn’t go into depth … Continue reading Deborah Kampmeier’s ‘Tape’ explores the gray areas of #MeToo through sharing one woman’s powerful story

Rhianon Jones rocks the movie industry by producing the work of emerging female filmmakers

When you meet a woman who has the same mission as you, and is doing it in an impactful way, you can only feel an immediate connection and passion toward … Continue reading Rhianon Jones rocks the movie industry by producing the work of emerging female filmmakers

‘Women According to Men’ explores our shared humanity

Author: Zainab Zeb Khan  Iranian women’s rights have been a prime example of why personal stories are integral to understanding history. On March 1st, the Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA) … Continue reading ‘Women According to Men’ explores our shared humanity

Argentinian filmmaker Valeria Vallejos talks about her empowering short ‘Me También’

Valeria Vallejos is a talented filmmaker of Indigenous and Spanish descent, born and raised in Patagonia. She left her country for Paris at the age of 17 to pursue her … Continue reading Argentinian filmmaker Valeria Vallejos talks about her empowering short ‘Me También’

Berlinale: Uisenma Borchu • Director of ‘Black Milk’

Director-writer-actress Uisenma Borchu’s second film, Black Milk [+], played in the Panorama section of the 70th Berlin Film Festival. Born in Mongolia in 1984, Borchu came to the German Democratic Republic aged four. She … Continue reading Berlinale: Uisenma Borchu • Director of ‘Black Milk’

Melissa Stephens shares how her film ‘Travis’ revolutionized her path to recovery

In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s guilty verdict, and him being the man who sparked the #MeToo movement, there is a film that captures precisely where we are today. Women … Continue reading Melissa Stephens shares how her film ‘Travis’ revolutionized her path to recovery

Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival director Grainne Humphreys shares her view of European women in film

Grainne Humphreys has been the director of the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival (VMDIFF) since 2007. Under her direction, the prestigious Irish film event has significantly expanded its scope. … Continue reading Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival director Grainne Humphreys shares her view of European women in film

Kitty Green’s film ‘The Assistant’ reveals the faces of the #MeToo movement and the pains behind them

The tweets. The movement. The conversation. Kitty Green’s film “The Assistant” takes the #MeToo movement, and the conversation around it, to a place where it began. Julia Garner plays Jane, … Continue reading Kitty Green’s film ‘The Assistant’ reveals the faces of the #MeToo movement and the pains behind them

Josephine Decker casts a witchy spell with her new film ‘Shirley’

As Sundance comes to a close, I’m pleased to share my first of many interviews conducted at the festival. On the heels of her acclaimed film, “Madeline’s Madeline,” director Josephine … Continue reading Josephine Decker casts a witchy spell with her new film ‘Shirley’

Know My Work: Sundance 2020

Cineme Femme is about amplifying the voices of underrepresented filmmakers and those who support them. During the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, in addition to our own original interviews, we will … Continue reading Know My Work: Sundance 2020

Know My Work: Sundance Day Five– January 27, 2020

Cineme Femme is about amplifying the voices of underrepresented filmmakers and those who support them. During the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, in addition to our own original interviews, we will … Continue reading Know My Work: Sundance Day Five– January 27, 2020