2017 Preview: Onward and upward! Women and Hollywood and Film School Rejects have both compiled great lists of films by and about women to look for in 2017. (It’s worth noting that the top movies of the last four years star women!)
Women Animators: In response to The Hollywood Reporter’s all male – and all white – animators’ roundtable, Elle published their own. These accomplished women animators, half of whom are ethnically diverse, offer some great insight and advice for up-and-comers.
Melina Matsoukas: Matsoukas, who is the Executive Producer of Issa Rae’s Insecure on HBO, talked to The New York Times about directing Beyoncé’s groundbreaking music video for “Formation” last year.
Love, Gilda: Lisa D’Apolito’s acclaimed feature documentary Love, Gilda, about legendary comedian Gilda Radner, hits theaters nationwide on September 21st. The film was fiscally sponsored...READ MORE
Reel Equity: Tell the entertainment industry that you support members of historically female crafts in their demand for Pay Equity by signing your name to...READ MORE
Throughout history, and specifically film and television history, women have been early to identify and seize opportunity in emerging fields—only to be edged out of those fields, and their history, once they become mainstream. Mellini Kantayya shares four great reads about the women pioneers of early Hollywood.READ MORE
Actors Ruby Dee and her husband Ossie Davis fought for civil rights from Washington, DC to Hollywood. And they were married for nearly 60 years. Kathryn O'Kane shares some of favorite quotes and moments from their joint memoir, In This Life Together.READ MORE