Cinema Femme Launch Party

Our launch party at this Music Box Theatre is this Thursday! We will have raffle prizes from… #1: Revolution Brewing Company Cheers to the weekend! One of our awesome raffle prizes at our launch party will be from @revbrewchicago. 🍺👊🎉 #2: Music Box Theatre We’ll be having raffle prizes from @musicboxchicago at the launch, including

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Cinema Femme Inaugural Issue — Editor’s Letter

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Cinema Femme magazine, the voice of the female film experience! Cinema Femme is a digital magazine that voices the female film experience through personal essays and interviews, accompanied by illustration and design. But we’re more than a magazine — we are a movement. Our movement’s mission is to support and contribute to an increase in

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Calling all writers! | “Black Panther” Issue

DEADLINE: 10/31/18 We’ve wrapped up our inaugural issue on “The Virgin Suicides,” launching November 12, 2018. Currently accepting submissions for Issue 2, “Black Panther” issue, launching digitally in December. If you’re a female or identify as a female, and are passionate about film, Cinema Femme would love to have you contribute Personal Essay Guidelines: 1,000

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Inaugural Issue interviews

Inaugural Issue (launching 11/12/18) interviews film critic Pamela Powell and filmmaker Laura Moss. Learn about their personal female film experiences in the upcoming digital issue, launching November 12, 2018. Pamela Powell is a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the Women Film Critics Circle and Rotten Tomatoes. She attends film

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A Love Letter to Film

Out of 50 films I presented on Instagram, with over 300 likes by my followers liking their favorites out of the 50, I dissected the top 12 films that got the most likes (see list below) and spliced them together as one. I call it my love letter to cinema, presented by Cinema Femme Digital

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My Journey with Sofia

A Personal Essay by Rebecca Martin, founder of Cinema Femme magazine I’ve followed Sofia Coppola’s career closely, ever since 2003. In 2003 I saw the film that became my gateway in to the cinephile world, Lost in Translation. Friends in college (where I was in 2003) felt that I possibly had an unhealthy obsession with the film and

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The Future is Female

Over the past few years, and it seems like from the beginning of time, when it comes to an opinion, in general, male (specifically white men) have been the represented majority through print, on camera, and behind the camera. But now, we are starting to see the beginnings of women not giving a f**k of

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