Tag Archives: Feminism

THE CROWN Season 4: The Teenage Girl Who Conquered the World

June 15th, 2021

Twenty-three years after her untimely death, Princess Diana remains both a beloved and controversial figure who continues to wield power and influence over a royal family she nearly brought down. Her evolution from the shy, demure teenager uncomfortable with the public spotlight to a potent, confident figure on the world stage is one of the […]

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It’s baseball season and, though neither of us are avid sports fans, we’re all too familiar with the concept of “streaks” and “slumps.” After all, they’re not limited to sports. Sometimes they even occur in the realm of at-home viewing. With access to such a wide variety of films and programs we’re bound to select […]

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Devi on ALLEN v. FARROW: 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back is Still Progress

April 27th, 2021

As a filmmaker who has directed documentaries, and an academic who has taught theory classes about them, I watch programs that are labeled “non-fiction” with a wary and critical eye, aware of how audio-visual presentations can manipulate what we see, what we don’t see and how we see or don’t see events and claims presented […]

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