Tag Archives: Feminism

2021 January Kickoff Monthly Viewing Roundup

December 29th, 2020

We’ve almost made it! 2020 will soon be behind us, and it’s time we each embark on a fresh new start—a common theme in storytelling and rightfully so. A compelling character is one who embarks on a journey striving to arrive at a better place from whence she’s begun—a good resolution for us all. To […]

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Heavy is the Head That Lies THE CROWN: British Women Ascending To Power in the 20th Century

December 22nd, 2020

Women come into power and prominence in a myriad of ways. The three historically significant women profiled in season four of the Netflix series THE CROWN achieved greatness through a combination of the accident of birth, a doomed marriage and a conquering of the political arena. Their impressive reign of influence had an impact on […]

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The term “screwball comedy” is rumored to come from the baseball term “screwball,” describing either an oddball player or any pitched ball that moved in an unusual way—an apt name for a genre that embraces the absurd with zany, free-spirited characters, broad physical comedy and ludicrous events all relayed in a highly farcical nature. Emerging […]

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