Goodbye Patty Duke: On Mother-Daughter Memories, Mental Health, and Goofy Teen Haircuts

As a pathologically uncool teenager, I would take two pictures with me whenever I got my hair cut. I’d keep these pictures tucked away in my bag until my hairdresser would ask if I had a style in mind. The first picture I’d pull out was invariably of Julianne Moore. Didn’t matter what movie it … More Goodbye Patty Duke: On Mother-Daughter Memories, Mental Health, and Goofy Teen Haircuts

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

Source: INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision It’s been a long road for filmmaker Elisabeth Subrin. After decades as a 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 … More INTERVIEW- Elisabeth Subrin: On female identity and funding a vision

On Knowing and Being: A Coming Out Story

When I first came out to my friends and family, I used a lot of language I know I wouldn’t use now. “I’m in love with the person”, “We’re all the same”, and so on. For a long time after that I was angry with myself for saying these things, especially to my mom. It had only confused her, I thought–and it wasn’t even how I felt anymore. Sure, I’m in love with the person, but the person is a woman. I love women. … More On Knowing and Being: A Coming Out Story

Oscar’s Got Issues: An Overview of the 88th Academy Awards| Love IT! EVV Magazine

SOURCE:    Oscar’s Got Issues: An Overview of the 88th Academy Awards| Love IT! EVV Magazine Back in 2009, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences doubled its allotted Best Picture nominees from five to ten. This move was meant to hearken back to the early days of Oscar, as well as make space for … More Oscar’s Got Issues: An Overview of the 88th Academy Awards| Love IT! EVV Magazine