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2018 Sundance Film Festival – Celebration Of Music And Film

10 Fearless Women Who Broke Down Barriers in Music

Opening today (September 28), Bad Reputation is a rockumentary about Joan Jett that promises a wild ride through the 1970s punk scene. It also depicts a woman unafraid of battling against the establishment to get recognition. Along with Suzi Quatro and Pat Benatar, Joan broke the rules and blazed a trail through the music industry, determined to get her due. […]

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10 Times Aretha Franklin Embodied Her ‘Queen of Soul’ Moniker

When Aretha Franklin passed away earlier this month, the world lost an icon whose music, Barack Obama said, “helped define the American experience.” Franklin’s rich, raspy voice was so remarkable that she’d been referred to as the “Queen of Soul” since the ’60s, but here are 10 times she showed why the title was so […]

Composite image of Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga and Rebecca Hall

Rebecca Hall to Direct Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga in ‘Passing’

Rebecca Hall‘s next project is so exciting she has “no idea what words to write,” according to her post on Instagram yesterday (August 6). But Deadline reports that Rebecca has, in fact, written the script for Passing, a movie based on a 1929 novel of the same name by Nella Larsen. The Parade’s End star […]

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11 of the Best Female-Driven TV Shows

A brothel in 1760s London might not be the obvious setting for a feminist tale of women wrenching back control, but Hulu’s period drama Harlots does just that. Starring Movern Callar‘s Samantha Morton, Phantom Thread‘s Lesley Manville and Downton’s Jessica Brown Findlay, it features not only a female-heavy cast, but an all-women writing and directing team too. […]

“Wildling” New York Screening

10 Things You Need to Know This Week July 9 – 15

We may be approaching the balmy heart of summer, but this doesn’t mean things in the entertainment world are becoming dull. On the contrary – this week’s selections are among the most eclectic and surprising of the year so far. 1. WHAT TO WATCH FOR FINE FEMALE-DRIVEN DRAMA Even if you skipped this period drama […]

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