Sofia Coppola – Ranked — Not A Real Person Yet

Since her first film, The Virgin Suicides, debuted theatrically in the United States in 2000, Sofia Coppola has been one of the most interesting American filmmakers of the last 20 years. The daughter of legendary director Francis Ford Coppola has created some of the most stylistic and compelling films of the 21st century. Her catalogue… Continue reading Sofia Coppola – Ranked — Not A Real Person Yet

Film Fridays – ‘Lost in Translation’ — The Arty Plantsman

Film Fridays is a project initiated by Sarah and I. After doing a daily music challenge for a month last year we talked about doing something similar for movies. The current global lockdowns give us the perfect excuse to start. Many of us are confined to home with only the TV for company so we […]… Continue reading Film Fridays – ‘Lost in Translation’ — The Arty Plantsman

4 Shots From 4 Films: Special Sofia Coppola Edition — Through the Shattered Lens

4 Shots From 4 Films is just what it says it is, 4 shots from 4 of our favorite films. As opposed to the reviews and recaps that we usually post, 4 Shots From 4 Films lets the visuals do the talking! Today is the birthday of one of my favorite American directors, the one […]… Continue reading 4 Shots From 4 Films: Special Sofia Coppola Edition — Through the Shattered Lens

Berlinale: Uisenma Borchu • Director of ‘Black Milk’ — Cinema Femme

Director-writer-actress Uisenma Borchu’s second film, Black Milk [+], played in the Panorama section of the 70th Berlin Film Festival. Born in Mongolia in 1984, Borchu came to the German Democratic Republic aged four. 555 more words via Berlinale: Uisenma Borchu • Director of ‘Black Milk’ — Cinema Femme

‘Women According to Men’ explores our shared humanity — Cinema Femme

https://player.vimeo.com/video/340624688 Author: Zainab Zeb Khan Author, Zainab Khan moderating Q&A with director Saeed Nouri at the Iranian 30th Annual Festival of Films from Iran Iranian women’s rights have been a prime example of why personal stories are integral to understanding history. 1,141 more words via ‘Women According to Men’ explores our shared humanity — Cinema Femme

Deborah Kampmeier’s ‘Tape’ explores the gray areas of #MeToo through sharing one woman’s powerful story — Cinema Femme

Deborah Kampemeier and Annarosa Mudd I was first introduced to Deborah Kampmeier’s “Tape” during my interview with the film’s cinematographer Valentina Caniglia. Since our conversation took place a year ago, she couldn’t go into depth about the story, but I was immediately intrigued. 3,676 more words via Deborah Kampmeier’s ‘Tape’ explores the gray areas of #MeToo… Continue reading Deborah Kampmeier’s ‘Tape’ explores the gray areas of #MeToo through sharing one woman’s powerful story — Cinema Femme