An American classic, criminally underappreciated and misunderstood during the filmmaker’s lifetime, finally gets its day in the sun.
Producer Marie Therese Guirgis on her recent struggles to both be a serious cinephile and stay true to her feminist principles.
Krys Marshall, currently starring in Apple TV+'s For All Mankind, rejects the tired myth of scarcity and cattiness amongst women in Hollywood.
Barbara Miller on the journey she took directing her new documentary, #Female Pleasure.
Jasmin Mozaffari on the roots of her debut feature, Firecrackers, and her proudly disruptive mission to topple the patriarchy through cinema.
To mark the restoration and re-release of Menkes' 1991 film, director Anna Biller interviews her friend about the movie and its radical approaches.
Leah Capelle on how activism is the responsibility of all artists.
"I talk about my identity openly because of the Indigenous and queer voices that were silenced before me."
At the Tribeca Film Festival, Ondi Timoner talks with four women who all use their platforms in powerful ways to fight injustice and create change.
Recorded at The Strand, Natalie Prass and her producer chat about the process behind creating her new LP, The Future and The Past.