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Feminism

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Celebrating New Work From Female Filmmakers, Writers & Content Creators

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Celebrating New Work From Female Filmmakers, Writers & Content Creators

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday! That part of our week where we gather around our devices grab some snacks and fangirl over our fave content right now. This […]

Entertainment

American’s Largest Documentary Festival Puts The Spotlight On Female Filmmakers & Directors

American’s Largest Documentary Festival Puts The Spotlight On Female Filmmakers & Directors

There has never been a more important time to amplify the voices of female filmmakers, directors and storytellers, than now. Sure, we’ve been actively promoting women’s voices in film for […]

Causes

This Web Series About Sex Education & The Importance Of Consent Will Make You Say “F*ck Yes!”

This Web Series About Sex Education & The Importance Of Consent Will Make You Say “F*ck Yes!”

“Consider this the sex education you wish you had in high school” says the review from Refinery29. In a nutshell, that is precisely what we feel about the ‘F*ck Yes’ […]

Entertainment

The Real Reason We Need More Female Voices In Film & TV

The Real Reason We Need More Female Voices In Film & TV

There are many blogs, websites and think-groups who talk about how they can solve the problem of gender bias which exists in mainstream film and television worldwide. It’s a conversation […]

Entertainment

The Infographic About Female Directors You NEED To See

The Infographic About Female Directors You NEED To See

It’s no secret that Hollywood is a boy’s club, both on screen and behind the scenes. Many women in various roles throughout the film industry have been speaking out about […]

Entertainment

Female Filmmakers Creating A Social Change Movement Thru Documentaries

Female Filmmakers Creating A Social Change Movement Thru Documentaries

We’ve seen time and time again how mainstream media is doing a terrible job at representing women and gender roles. There are numerous studies, statistics and whiny blog posts (OK, […]