As a woman, it’s powerful to see narratives where women are allowed to own heroic space… Isak Dinesen said that the “real glory of dreams lies in their atmosphere of unlimited freedom.” Imagine what would happen if women could claim more of this unlimited freedom? – Megan Mayhew Bergman, The Paris Review. Read More:
Ten remarkable films about female experience in the world’s metropolises: Calcutta, Tokyo, Berlin, New York, Manchester, Paris, London, Tehran, Riyadh. – Anna Coatman, BFI. Read more:
“Less-diverse product underperforms in the marketplace, and yet it still dominates. This makes no financial sense.” – Ana-Christina Ramón. Read more:
“While the film can stand alone without the comparison [to its animated predecessor], my personal favorite remains Jean Cocteau’s darkly magical 1946 version.” – Sheila Roberts, Alliance of Women Film Journalists. Read more:
Find out which films pass the F-Rated test and discover the female writers, directors and actors leading change in the film industry. Read more:
“Moana is a fierce and independent hero who young girls need right now, and ‘How Far I’ll Go’ is a song all about her finding her strength.” – Maitri Meht, Bustle. Read More:
- Make the wasteland great again!
A terrifying new civilization is being conceived, founded on strongmen like Immortan Joe, who has carved out an empire inside a mountain fortress called the Citadel… It appears that Miller has looked out at the world at this moment and distilled its darkest truths into a cinematic nightmare. – Bilge Ebiri, LA Weekly. Read More: