Tag: Women

CultureMovies

Tornatore and Truffaut – Nostalgia in European Film within Film

The nostalgia and importance of life are so well reflected through cinema, and the impassioned film endeavours of ...
HERstories

Female filmmakers: the importance and history of women in film

As female filmmakers continue to be disregarded in events like the Academy Awards and Golden Globes, it almost ...
GenderSexuality and Gender

Netflix’s Sandman: A dream of inclusion and equity come true

Neil Gaiman, the acclaimed writer of books like “American Gods,” “Stardust,” and the co-writer of “Good Omens,” is ...
GenderSexuality and Gender

Margaret Atwood and Laura Bates on Men Who Eat Women

I was instantly intrigued by the title of Margaret Atwood’s first published novel. “Edible” looms threateningly over “woman” ...
The Literary Club

Clarice Lispector: The Brazilian Writer Who Challenged Established Structures

To understand Clarice Lispector is to take a leap; like every great leap, it is scary yet liberating. ...
CultureMovies

Top 10 Greatest Scream Queens in Horror’s History

The horror genre gets a bad reputation for not welcoming women or just straight up hating them. As ...
Daily Opinion

I am a feminist, and I support Johnny Depp

“Tell the world, Johnny. Tell them, I, Johnny Depp, a man, I am too a victim of domestic ...
CultureDocumentaries

The Effect of Women Response: Our Bodies, Our Sex—Agnès Varda’s ...

The United Nations General Assembly declared 1975 as International Women’s Year. That was considered a milestone back then, ...
The Literary Club

Women Who Run with the Wolves: Towards an Instinctive Reunion.

Far from the accounts, they used to tell girls in the 90s, perhaps wisdom was to be found ...
CultureMusic

Loud and frankly unpleasant: Why listen to ‘abrasive’ music

On a holiday a few years ago, a friend and I played The Velvet Underground’s ‘Heroin’ for two ...