TELL IT LIKE A WOMAN – Review by Jennifer Green

Marketed around its concept of stories by and about women, this compilation of shorts was co-produced by the non-profit organization We Do It Together, which promotes gender parity in film and media. The stories mostly revolve around women in crisis, which provides narrative drama but doesn’t feel universal or representative of women’s lives in general. While there’s plenty of diversity across the shorts in terms of race, ethnicity and nationality, the focus begs the question of why the film didn’t opt for more diversity in stories and tone. Being a woman doesn’t have to mean overcoming constant crises, does it?

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THE 33, MIA MADRE, SHELTER, JAMES WHITE and Other Nov 13 Openers – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

Patricia Riggen’s The 33 is compelling and inspiring truth-based drama about 33 Chilean miners trapped in a collapsed mine. Nanni

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Top Female Performances @ New York Film Festival 2015 – Liz Whittemore comments

With the abundance of beautiful films that screened at this year’s festival, I wanted to call to attention to a

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Ten Noteworthy Female Performances at TIFF 2015 – Pam Grady Reports

With the Toronto International Film Festival, the Oscar season officially opens in North American. Oh, there are other fall festivals

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