CONTRAST Film Festival will take place July 20-22 in Austin, Texas. This first edition will feature five films that focus on women and the queer community.
Gay director Bruce LaBruce's new film, "The Misandrists", focuses on the Female Liberation Army, a militant lesbian separatist cult whose is trying to dismantle the patriarchy from a mansion in Germany.
Veteran filmmaker Nicole Conn is pleased to announce the cast of her latest endeavor, “Nesting Doll”, a story about three broken women whose lives intersect at a lakeside community and who are forever changed through their shared love of a boy with special needs.
Music Box Films is proud to present the US theatrical release of CHAVELA, directed by Catherine Gund and Daresha Kyi.
With just a few days to go until the Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF) arrives in Brighton UK, the organisers are delighted to unveil the full programme of films and events for the third festival, plus announce celebrity endorsement from award winning Sussex based actress Greta Scacchi.
Out singer and musician St Vincent, aka Annie Clark, will debut as a filmmaker with a new adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray".
In 2016 Directors UK found that of 2,500 films made in the UK over the last 10 years, only 13% were directed by women.
On average, female directors will direct fewer films in their career and are less likely to receive a second, third or fourth directing job. In other words, numbers are low for women directors in general but they get even lower as women age.*
Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF) is an international film festival aiming to redress the age and gender imbalance older women face in the film industry. WOFFF is a celebration of women over 50 in front of and behind the camera, and this September is launching its third annual, interactive, engaging, entertaining weekend of films and activities for older women and their friends.
Ellen Page will be playing in "Flatliners", a sequel to Joel Schumacher film of the same name which was released in 1990.
Each year, the GLAAD organization releases its report on LGBTQ visibility in cinema and unfortunately the results were not good in 2016.
A study shows a "pervasive and systematic" inequality against women, LGBTQ people and ethnic groups in Hollywood.