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TV and Film

How “Summerland” Director Jessica Swale Is Reforming the Film Industry

The accoladed theater director and playwright's highly-anticipated first feature film is a mixed-race lesbian love story set during World War II. Here, Swale opens up about filmmakers' responsibility to make the industry more just, once and for all.

By Anna Jornlid

TV and Film

10 Female-Led Foreign-Language Films to Stream Right Now

From "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" to "Tony Erdmann", we've listed the best films by international female filmmakers and where to watch them.

By Zohal Karimy

TV and Film

The Best Binge-Worthy TV Shows & Movies of 2020

This year's greatest movies, tv shows, and documentaries by female filmmakers and writers to stream right now.

By Anna Jornlid

TV and Film

‘On The Record’ Documentary Unveils the Historical Silencing of Black Women

Hip hop journalist Kierna Mayo discusses why the #MeToo doc is bigger than its sexual assault allegations against Russell Simmons.

By Anna Jornlid

Literature

Films, Books, and Plays to Revisit While You're Social Distancing

A roundup of our favorite books, films, and plays by some of history's most notable women.

By Zohal Karimy

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