Know My Work: Sundance Day Four– January 26, 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 Four– January 26, 2020

Know My Work: Sundance Day Three– January 25, 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 Three– January 25, 2020

Know My Work: Sundance Day Two– January 24, 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 Two– January 24, 2020

Know My Work: Sundance Day One– January 23, 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 One– January 23, 2020

Alice Waddington takes us on a fantastical journey in her female-led feature ‘Paradise Hills’

You know when you are so excited by a director that your excitement oozes? Alice Waddington is that director. Being touched in my life with a fire that takes me … Continue reading Alice Waddington takes us on a fantastical journey in her female-led feature ‘Paradise Hills’

Anna Serner blazes trails at the Swedish Film Institute with her 2019 gender equality report “What Women?”

I’m elated to kick off the new year at Cinema Femme by sharing my interview with one of my personal heroes, Anna Serner. Anna is driven, like myself, to get … Continue reading Anna Serner blazes trails at the Swedish Film Institute with her 2019 gender equality report “What Women?”

What ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ taught me about myself

“It’s a Wonderful Life” illustrated how a person can forget all of the good in their life in a moment of despair. It is well known as a Christmas film, … Continue reading What ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ taught me about myself

‘Bombshell’ brings #MeToo to the big screen

[over the phone]Megyn Kelly: Ready to go to war?Gretchen Carlson: Oh, yeah. “Bombshell” (2019) Spoilers revealed Being interviewed by my soon-to-be boss, I could tell he thought I was good looking, that … Continue reading ‘Bombshell’ brings #MeToo to the big screen

“American Psycho” Filmmaker Mary Harron Explores Manson Cult in “Charlie Says”

Many people I know in Los Angeles believe that the Sixties ended abruptly on August 9, 1969. Joan Didion, THE WHITE ALBUM Another “pinch myself” moment for me this year … Continue reading “American Psycho” Filmmaker Mary Harron Explores Manson Cult in “Charlie Says”

Greta Fernández walks us through her powerhouse performance in ‘A Thief’s Daughter’

Greta Fernández delivers a powerhouse performance in Belén Funes’ “A Thief’s Daughter”. Her character Sara takes us through so many pieces of her life. While we follow her, we are … Continue reading Greta Fernández walks us through her powerhouse performance in ‘A Thief’s Daughter’

Cinema Femme Voices: ‘Black Panther’

Earlier this year, we chose “Black Panther” to be our film focus for our January issue (read my editor’s letter here). I chose the film because of its global impact … Continue reading Cinema Femme Voices: ‘Black Panther’