This year at the Women’s International Film Festival San Diego 10 films directed by women will be screened.
This has been without a doubt the most surreal year of my life, and the year before I had walked on the Millennium Falcon. Continue reading “The Making of Different Flowers”
This past year, my 9-year old daughter and I watched our fair number of films, from “Trolls” to “Suicide Squad.” But my daughter’s favorite movie was “Hidden Figures,” a poignant film about a group of female African-American mathematicians at NASA in the 1960s who helped launch astronauts into outer space. Continue reading “Where are the Women?”
The rise of intersectional feminism has generated discussions about female representation and representation of women of color in TV and film. Continue reading “Why There Must Be Increased Female Representation in the TV and Film Industries”
One of the most famous faces in America during the early 1900s yet it took a while for people to know her name. Continue reading “First in their Field: Florence Lawrence”
Can you name the “three great minds” working Hollywood 100 years ago? Continue reading “Lois Weber in Early Hollywood”
It is no secret that women are not equally represented in the film industry. Whether it is in front of the camera or behind it women are struggling to achieve the same recognition and status as their male counterparts. Take a look at some of the statistics about women in the film industry that you may not know. Continue reading “7 Facts About Women In Film”