Tag Archives: Women in Film

The Faux Feminism Of Classic Sci-Fi Films

This Saturday (again) brings you something a bit different. As I was scanning possible public domain B-movies to serialize, I found this gem! It seemed on-point for this blog and my burgeoning fixation continued interest in low-budget flicks! See for … Continue reading

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Smash-Up (Part One)

Okay … I seem to have figured out my Final Cut Pro problems, so here’s another series of short parts of a feature film that has slipped into the public domain. This one is Smash-Up, the Story of a Woman. … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Polly’ (2017)

This short movie, the directorial debut of Cassiah Joski-Jethi, is a unique combination of psychological thriller and dystopian coming-of-age story. The title character and her peers undergo a daily ritual of wearing the proper attire which mimics the dolls they … Continue reading

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Four Examples of Films By Women

In lieu of the usual movie review, I’m posting four video reviews of movies directed by women. Each one is unique, and you’ll find out why when you watch the videos. I hope you enjoy them! 🙂 First, is Audrie … Continue reading

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The Saturday Matinee Silent Movie

Many people don’t know this, but the movie industry did not always treat women as badly as it does now. In fact, back in the early days of the nickelodeons, women often owned and managed these establishments. According to Karen … Continue reading

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