INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision
Interviews / Women Film-makers

INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision

It’s been a long road for filmmaker Elisabeth Subrin. After decades as an video and installation artist and experimental filmmaker creating works on the subjects of memory, history, and subjectivity, she completed her first feature film, A Woman, A Part, which had its premiere in January at the Rotterdam International Film Festival. How did the … Continue reading

TALK TO THE INTERNET: Tara Costello (Cattitude & Co. + Zusterchap)
Interviews / Talk to the Internet

TALK TO THE INTERNET: Tara Costello (Cattitude & Co. + Zusterchap)

Artwork by Chloe Leeson In ‘Talk To The Internet’, we take the same 10 questions and one internet sensation to find out their loves, their hates and their dream casts in the world of film. Tara Costello is a previous film student and current blogging wizard, running the fantastic feminist blog Cattitude & Co. where … Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Jennifer Reeder, director of ‘A Million Miles Away’
Feminist Criticism / Interviews / Women Film-makers

INTERVIEW: Jennifer Reeder, director of ‘A Million Miles Away’

“It’s like if John Hughes and David Lynch went on a date–but they were women.” This is how filmmaker Jennifer Reeder describes her 2014 short film, A Million Miles Away. The film is a curious blend of surrealism and self-consciousness, and it’s as thoughtful as it is thought-provoking. I had a chance to speak with … Continue reading

INTERVIEW- Barbara Ann O’Leary, creator of #DirectedByWomen, a worldwide film viewing party
Interviews / Women Film-makers

INTERVIEW- Barbara Ann O’Leary, creator of #DirectedByWomen, a worldwide film viewing party

Artwork by Chloe Leeson Back in March you may remember we interviewed Marya E. Gates, creator of ‘A Year With Women’, recently, through Marya’s twitter we discovered ‘Directed By Women’, cited as a ‘worldwide film viewing party. Directed By Women is running from the 1st till the 15th of September and aims to expose the … Continue reading

INTERVIEW- Tina Gharavi, director of ‘I Am Nasrine’ talks Jean-Michel Basquit, immigration and her industry advice
Interviews / Women Film-makers

INTERVIEW- Tina Gharavi, director of ‘I Am Nasrine’ talks Jean-Michel Basquit, immigration and her industry advice

Who are your favourite filmmakers, and what filmmakers inspired you to get into film? Films are inseparable from art. Making films is how humans respond to the world. It is our cave wall and for me, the biggest inspiration in my life has been great art; weather that is a Caravaggio, Jean-Michel Basquiat, or seeing … Continue reading

SWEET AS HONEY: A Q+A with photographer/videographer Hana Haley
Interviews / Women Film-makers

SWEET AS HONEY: A Q+A with photographer/videographer Hana Haley

Photography by Hana Haley, text overlayed by Rena Johnston The moment I came across Hana Haley’s work, I instantly fell in love. There is something entirely captivating and dreamy about her photography. I could spend hours scrolling down her tumblr or flickr, absolutely mesmerized by her impressive collection of nostalgic, pastel-colored photos. Every picture is … Continue reading