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Women in Film Portraits

In this final installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Actress/Writer/Producer Kisha Barr, who has appeared in many television, film, and commercials. Kisha talks to Lauren about current projects, lessons learned, and about what inspires her.


A still from the documentary What Walaa Wants, which is a close up of her face of her wearing a hijab and a hat looking toward the left paying attention to someone offscreen.

Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) 2018 Recap

Evan Crean traveled to Montreal for the 21st annual Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM), which took place November 8 to 18, 2018. Of the 157 films from 47 countries it screened, he offers reviews of the seven he was able to squeeze into his weekend there.


“What Would Happen If ‘The Goods’ Got Together?”

In this final installment of Bette, Marilyn, and #MeToo, Kerry McElroy  brings  her timely and informative series to a close. But not before considering what today’s feminists and Hollywood insiders have to say about the relevance of studio-era actresses on this contemporary moment.


American Film Market Oct. 31- Nov. 7 2018

The 2018 American Film Market just wrapped up in Santa Monica, California. This year saw  comparably stronger sales for small, independent films. Courtney Sheehan was at the AFM, and writes about the importance of relationships and risk-taking,  key themes that emerged in the conference sessions on production and distribution.


Women in Film Portraits

In this installment of Women in Film Portraits, Lauren Sowa profiles Writer/Director Christina Kallas on her new film Paris in Harlem as well as earlier works: 42 Seconds of Happiness and The Rainbow Experiment. Kallas shares her cinematic influences and offers advice to emergent filmmakers and artists.