The Ghostbusters remake controversy is back from the dead this Halloween. Only this time it’s girls that are doing the haunting.
Despite progress, girls in Afghanistan continue to face various obstacles as they pursue an education. Beth Murphy captures some of these challenges in the documentary “What Tomorrow Brings.”
“It’s not an influence–it’s the groundwater that nourishes every idea I have. Because without feminism, I do not exist.”
“I am drawn to stories about women and it’s important to not apologize for that.”
In re-examining their 1986 work, the Guerrilla Girls have shaped a new enquiry. Now, the declaration is transformed to pose a question.: Is it even worse in Europe?
“There is power in a room full of strangers experiencing an immediate community in a theatrical space. We are sharing knowledge, love and information.”
For 16 years, Lunafest has traveled around North America annually to showcase short films “by, for, and about women.”
Widely recognized as the first feminist film in history, La Souriante Madame Beudet—The Smiling Madame Budet—is not quite the light afternoon treat.
Though the women are solitary in Elizabeth Malaska’s When We Dead Awaken II, they are not alone.
Hung Liu—a prolific Chinese émigré artist that is known for her paintings taken from historic Chinese photographs—explores her identity as a Chinese women and immigrant in her latest exhibition, Daughter of China: Resident Alien.