Othered Things: Fanboy Filmmaking and Their Strange Women

Okay, so obviously we all like and appreciate Winona Ryder. That’s assumed. We’re all beyond thrilled she’s back, or, if that’s an objectionable phrasing, then we’re at least happy she’s here. When I first pressed play and began my own journey into the new sci-fi series Stranger Things on Netflix, her name took me completely … More Othered Things: Fanboy Filmmaking and Their Strange Women

TALK TO THE INTERNET: Courtney Holschuh (Director and Cinematographer)

In ‘Talk To The Internet’, we ask one internet sensation questions to find out their loves, hates and their dream casts in the world of film. Courtney Holschuh is a film maker, librarian, and stand-up comedian from Huntington, WV. She has filmed everything from puppets to musicians, and puppet musicians. She is a part of the … More TALK TO THE INTERNET: Courtney Holschuh (Director and Cinematographer)

How Collective Self Love Effects Radical Change

(Source: HOW COLLECTIVE SELF-LOVE EFFECTS RADICAL CHANGE – Zusterschap Collective) Self love can be a tricky concept. Honestly, I’m not always sure how I feel about it, but then again – no I don’t want to think of the ‘then again.’ Do I love myself? Is loving oneself an essential part of life? Probably. It … More How Collective Self Love Effects Radical Change

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

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

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

SHORT FILM REVIEW- Let Go: On reality, light and loss

Source: SHORT FILM REVIEW- Let Go: On reality, light and loss Written, directed, and co-produced by award-winning film-maker Isabel Dréan, Let Go is a film that expands on her catalogue of psychological horror and suspense. The film opens with a shot of a tree, sunlight flooding through its branches. We travel from this tree to … More SHORT FILM REVIEW- Let Go: On reality, light and loss

Daughters of Freaks: Jennifer Chambers Lynch & Asia Argento

Source: Daughters of Freaks: Jennifer Chambers Lynch & Asia Argento This essay seeks to explore the relationship between subject and object. This essay also seeks to better understand how these concepts are influenced and informed by gender and the media. This essay seeks a lot of things. I’m thirsty. Hi, hello. My name is Juliette … More Daughters of Freaks: Jennifer Chambers Lynch & Asia Argento