Female Filmmakers in Focus: Alice Rohrwacher on La Chimera | Interviews

I wanted to ask you about capitalism’s role in the film. Obviously, they’re removing these antiquities, not just to have that connection with history, but they are then selling them on the black market. You have that great scene on the boat with your sister Alba. I’d love to hear your thoughts on how capitalism … Read more

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Rose Glass on Love Lies Bleeding | Interviews

Born in London, Glass grew up in Essex where she always knew she wanted to make films, cutting her cinematic teeth using her parents’ video camera. While attending the London College of Communication she worked as a runner on various film sets, and made her proper debut short film “Storm House.” She graduated from the … Read more

Which Female Rapper Worked With BTS’ Jungkook on Hot 100 No. 1 Song ‘Seven’?

BTS Jungkook‘s solo music career has been enigmatic. K-pop’s ‘golden’ vocalist started his solo career with an epic milestone, bagging his first solo Billboard Hot 100 topper with the release of Seven. He ‘recruited’ a Grammy-nominated female rapper in his first collaboration to accomplish the mission. Years before his official ‘solo’ debut, Jungkook was flying … Read more

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Erige Sehiri on Under the Fig Trees | Interviews

You mentioned earlier that the leaves of the fig trees are so big they block out the sun. But there is still so much light in this film. Can you talk a bit about working with your cinematographer to capture that naturalistic light? I think our countries have so much light. That’s what you don’t … Read more

Female Fans Go Viral With Videos Showing How They Love Star Wars

If you’re active on social media, especially on Instagram and TikTok, you might be seeing a bunch of videos made by and featuring women celebrating their love of Star Wars — all set to the same audio of another woman talking for about 20 seconds about how we don’t need more female characters in Star Wars because “women don’t even watch Star Wars.” … Read more

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Nancy Savoca on Household Saints

Born in the Bronx, filmmaker Nancy Savoca attended film school at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, graduating in 1982. After completing two short films, Savoca worked as a storyboard artist and assistant editor for several independent productions and music videos. She later worked with John Sayles on his film “The Brother from … Read more

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Noora Niasari on Shayda | Interviews

What was your experience going through the various Australian development pipelines? I was lucky to be supported through most of the development. I wrote the first draft on spec, but from there on I did receive support. I was really lucky to be working with an amazing script editor  Lynne Vincent McCarthy, who’s also Jennifer … Read more

Female Filmmakers in Focus: Meg Ryan on What Happens Later | Interviews

With her second feature directorial effort, “What Happens Later,” Ryan returns to the romantic comedy world. Based on the play Shooting Star by Steven Dietz, along with directing, Ryan co-wrote the script and is one of the film’s two leads. She stars as Willa, a New Agey woman from Austin on her way to Boston who … Read more

Best Female Revenge Films

Revenge is said to be best served cold, but sometimes a steaming pile of revenge is called for. Here are the best female revenge films. R​evenge! They say it’s best served cold, but sometimes a giant steaming pile of revenge can be really satisfying. The female revenge story is a subgenre that emerged from the … Read more