I met Namakula at the Girl Power Film & Media Summit in Brooklyn this past March. The Girl Power Film & Media Summit is a celebration of Women’s History Month. … Continue reading Namakula, renaissance woman, inspiring women to follow their dreams: an interview with Agent 99 founder and CEO
Actor Tuva Novotny (Annihilation, Eat Pray Love) follows up her directorial debut “Blind Spot” (Blindson) with her second feature “Britt-Marie Was Here”, going from thriller to heart-warming comedy. “Britt-Marie Was … Continue reading “Britt-Marie Was Here” directed by “Annihilation” star Tuva Novotny
The first time I watched “Bridesmaids” (2011) I remember laughing so hard I couldn’t breathe, specifically during the bathroom scene where the pristine atmosphere of a dress store filled with … Continue reading Fearing the Unknown: or how I learned to stop worrying and have Melissa McCarthy slap some sense in to me “Bridesmaids” (2011)
There is a rare moment of character revelation, in the popular American sitcom (first adapted from the original British show) The Office, when Michael Scott, says this about Pam, the … Continue reading The Office: A Comedy of Love
Elle Woods spent so much of her life playing by the rules that had been laid out for her, bending under the weight of what society wanted her to be. Until finally, she snapped and became who she wanted herself to be. For generations, women have been bending under societal pressures and conforming to the rules men have laid out for them, until they all finally snap and start walking their own path in life, and that’s when we all truly shine. Because if there’s one thing that we all learned from “Legally Blonde”, it’s that the “Bend and Snap” works every time.