Aisling Franciosi dives deep into character in Jennifer Kent’s “The Nightingale”

It’s 1825 and a young Irish convict, her husband, and infant son live in the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, surviving each and every day.  What lies ahead is one of the … Continue reading Aisling Franciosi dives deep into character in Jennifer Kent’s “The Nightingale”

Ten Years Later, the World is Ready for “Booksmart”

There are two main reasons Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut “Booksmart” is getting such high praises: Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever. While the premise isn’t original, at least on the surface, … Continue reading Ten Years Later, the World is Ready for “Booksmart”

A Conversation Between Cinema Femme Magazine Founder Rebecca Martin and Film Critic Carla Renata

GROWING UP CARLA RENATA: My father was in the military, so we traveled quite a bit. My love of film was fostered by my mom. On Sundays, my brother and … Continue reading A Conversation Between Cinema Femme Magazine Founder Rebecca Martin and Film Critic Carla Renata