The writer-director of The Light of the Moon explains how a female-led cinematic model can reap incredible rewards.
Writer-directors Josephine Decker, Deborah Kampmeier and Drew Denny discuss their differing and complicated feelings about Wonder Woman.
"I was writing with a feminist theme, but from my own weird brain."
The director of the forthcoming Below Her Mouth on how the press' recent focus on her gender made her newly consider the female gaze.
Iva Radivojevic shares her experiences over two contrasting days in Washington, D.C., and looks ahead to what is next for the resistance.
Dana Michelle Cook explains how an incident at a girls beauty pageant sparked the decision to transform her life and the work she was making.
Recorded earlier this year at Samsung 837 in NYC, an energized, provocative conversation between two of the smartest, most engaged artists around.
As she prepares her own Bluebeard film, The Love Witch director Anna Biller looks at past cinematic takes on the dark fairy tale.
The guitarist of iconic post-punks Gang of Four finds Sleater-Kinney flouting staid ideas about what women should do with voices and guitars.
The drug kingpin trope is as embedded in the rap canon as cocaine residue in the ridges of an addict’s key, but Gibbs delivers a nuanced perspective.