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Mariem Pérez Riera on her inspiring documentary about the first Latina EGOT winner, “Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It”

“Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It” is the latest documentary from filmmaker Mariem Pérez Riera (“Lovesickness”, “Croatto”, “la huella de un emigrante”). The film uses clips from Rita Moreno’s acting career, combined with intimate interviews and stop-motion animation to tell […]

“Withdrawals” director Jorja Hudson and producer Kelly Stier talk mental health, comedy, and creating on screen magic

When “Bridesmaids” came to the screen in 2011, I was floored by its all-women ensemble. I had not seen a female comedy like that before in that way, and I wanted to see more of it. When I watched “Withdrawals” for the first time, I […]

Lauren Hadaway, master of cinematic sound, on her directorial debut “The Novice” starring Isabelle Fuhrman

“The Novice” is the feature directorial debut from accomplished sound artist Lauren Hadaway. The film follows college student Alex (Isabelle Fuhrman), who finds herself obsessing over whatever she puts her mind toward. Her new focus becomes being a collegiate rower and wanting to move up […]

Geraldine Viswanathan truthfully portrays loneliness during the pandemic with her role in the Duplass Brothers’ “7 Days”

Cinema Femme attended a press conference with the team behind “7 Days” which premiered at the Tribeca Festival on Thursday, June 10th. We asked some questions, and we’d like to share our exchange with star Geraldine Viswanathan. “7 Days” was shot during the pandemic and […]

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 […]