Women Directed Films You Can Stream Right Now

There is a wide range of incredible films to watch if you are looking for quality content to keep you occupied. In the past few years there has been much said about the lack of opportunities afforded to women directors to showcase their talents. One major issue is that audiences don't often know about these … Continue reading Women Directed Films You Can Stream Right Now

11 Movies Directed by Women That You Can Stream on Netflix

Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate we put together a quick list of 11 movies that were directed women and available to stream right now! Check out the list below: 13th Dir. Ava DuVernay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6IXQbXPO3I DuVernay explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are … Continue reading 11 Movies Directed by Women That You Can Stream on Netflix

‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’ is an Insightful Documentary on the Cultural Evolution of Black Representation – Review

I've always loved horror, even at a young age. My mom let me stay up to watch scary movies when I was probably way too young, but I am grateful she did. I could never really explain why I loved a genre that strives to make me uncomfortable, but Xavier Burgin’s Horror Noire: A History … Continue reading ‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’ is an Insightful Documentary on the Cultural Evolution of Black Representation – Review

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ is a Refreshing Take on the Conflict Between Two Powerful Women

Mary Stuart is an infamous figure in U.K. history. One of the rightful heirs to the English throne, and for a brief moment, the Queen of Scotland. Her story has seduced many screenwriters and directors over the years. After many tumultuous years fighting for her crown, she (like many important political and royal figures) was … Continue reading ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ is a Refreshing Take on the Conflict Between Two Powerful Women

Eva Longoria Bastón to Direct and Star in Comedy ’24-7′; Kerry Washington to Co-Star

Eva Longoria Bastón is set to produce, direct, and star in Universal comedy 24-7. Longoria Bastón is producing under her UnbeliEVAble Entertainment banner alongside Ben Spector. Kerry Washington, who is attached to co-star, will co-produce via Simpson Street. Paul Feig, a Universal staple, is also producing with producing partner Jessie Henderson through FeigCo Entertainment.  Eva … Continue reading Eva Longoria Bastón to Direct and Star in Comedy ’24-7′; Kerry Washington to Co-Star

Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Keira Knightley & Jessie Buckley Cast in ‘Misbehaviour’; Based on True Story of the First Black Woman to Win Miss World

Left Bank Pictures and Pathé have launched sales on Philippa Lowthorpe's Miss World film Misbehaviour. A feature film based on the true story of the first Black woman to win the Miss World competition. Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Fast Color), Keira Knightley (Colette), and rising star, Jessie Buckley (Beast) are set to star in the film based on Rebecca … Continue reading Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Keira Knightley & Jessie Buckley Cast in ‘Misbehaviour’; Based on True Story of the First Black Woman to Win Miss World

Tanya Wexler to Direct Film Based on Upcoming Comic ‘Girl With No Name’

Tanya Wexler (Hysteria, Buffaloed) has been tasked with adapting Legion M's debut comic, Girl With No Name, for the silver screen. Before the movie adaptation, the Girl With No Name will be formally introduced to audiences in her eponymous comic book developed by Dave Elliot, to be published by Legion M. The 40-page debut comic … Continue reading Tanya Wexler to Direct Film Based on Upcoming Comic ‘Girl With No Name’

TIFF 18: ‘Where Hands Touch’ is an Emotional & Touching Story Through the Eyes of a Biracial German Girl – Review

Where Hands Touch is Amma Asante’s passion project, which she has been developing for years. She stumbled upon this untold story of the Rhineland Bastards (biracial German children) by accident and has dedicated her directing career into producing this film, which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. This is Asante’s fourth … Continue reading TIFF 18: ‘Where Hands Touch’ is an Emotional & Touching Story Through the Eyes of a Biracial German Girl – Review