The film is quiet and subtle in its questioning, and that’s what makes it so powerfully moving.
Tag: Women in Film
The series not only tells the story of women, but it is created by women, and that is what makes it so powerful.
The sci-fi/buddy comedy is available to stream RIGHT NOW on Seed&Spark!
With a unique style of story-telling, The Texture of Falling is a one of a kind experience that definitely qualifies as a must-watch.
“It’s time for women and girls to be able to see themselves in the media that they consume.”
If this short is any indication, Come Swim will not be the last we see of Kristen Stewart’s brilliant vision.
What 3 lacks in gore, it makes up for in mind-bending twists and turns.
Described as a dark Irish love story, the film is nothing short of captivating, made only more impressive by the fact that it’s actually a proof of concept for a feature film, Deirdre of the Sorrows.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Marissa Labog, writer/lead actress in the new series When Kids Grow Up. She reveals what we can expect to see from future episodes and why this subject is so important to talk about.
“Fantasy doesn’t tell you what to think, but makes you think by taking you on an adventure.”
I had the pleasure of speaking with Rebekah Fieschi, the writer and director of Sylphvania Grove, an upcoming fantasy short film. And to say her responses were insightful is an understatement.
I had the pleasure of speaking with the ladies behind Soiled Doves, an upcoming supernatural western series. Written by women and starring women, I think I just found my next favourite show.
I sat down with Jessica Martin, a writer, director, producer, and actress currently working on Abby and Tabby: Alone in the Desert to talk about the project and her experience in the field. Her answers were more than just insightful. They were empowering.
This amazing, upcoming series tackles the gender issue head on. A series about women, by women.