Topic: women in film


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Why The Sony Hack Scandal Is a Feminist Issue

By now, we’ve all heard about the Sony Hacks. The U.S. government claims the cyber attacks were launched against the company in retaliation for ... [ more ]

By now, we’ve all heard about the Sony Hacks. The U.S. government claims the ... [ more ]

By now, we’ve all heard about the Sony Hacks. The U.S. government claims the cyber attacks were launched against ... [ more ]

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Response to the Response to Renee Zellweger’s Face

It is the ultimate irony that the only part of an event honouring successful women in Hollywood people want to talk about is Renee ... [ more ]

It is the ultimate irony that the only part of an event honouring successful ... [ more ]

It is the ultimate irony that the only part of an event honouring successful women in Hollywood people want ... [ more ]

Promo photo for Down Beat, showing the filmmakers

Down Beat Aims to Beat Women’s Stigmatized Roles in Filmmaking

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses on two dynamic female characters who are dedicated to their ... [ more ]

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses ... [ more ]

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses on two dynamic female characters ... [ more ]

Still from Casablanca Calling, showing a Morchidat teaching a class of students

DOXA Festival Ticket Giveaway: Casablanca Calling

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and prisons across Morocco, where a “quiet revolution” is occurring as ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and prisons across Morocco, where a ... [ more ]

Title picture for Letters from Baghdad documentary

Filmmakers Shed Light on Gertrude Bell’s Hidden Historical Legacy

by Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum Images courtesy of the Gertrude Bell Archives, Newcastle University  Letters from Baghad is our film about British-born Gertrude ... [ more ]

by Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum Images courtesy of the Gertrude Bell Archives, Newcastle ... [ more ]

by Sabine Krayenbühl & Zeva Oelbaum Images courtesy of the Gertrude Bell Archives, Newcastle University  Letters from Baghad is ... [ more ]

Sister: An Unflinching Look at Maternal Health Worldwide

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health officer in residency at a rural hospital in Ethiopia. “This ... [ more ]

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health ... [ more ]

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health officer in residency at a ... [ more ]