Female Filmmakers in Focus: Georgia Oakley on Blue Jean | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Podcast: City Lights / Town Branch Rye feat. Marya Gates
I just wanted to see you one more time. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Anonymous Sister movie review (2023) | Roger Ebert
May 2023: Film Festival Palooza
Destiny Comes to You: Celine Song on Past Lives | Interviews | Roger Ebert
I had so many ideas, I hardly slept at all. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
What I'm Reading: Friends Writing Books Edition
In search of the sun, they found oblivion. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
‘The Clearing’ Review: Teresa Palmer & Miranda Otto Can’t Save An Underwhelming Hulu TV Drama About Cults
‘High Desert’ Review: Patricia Arquette Is Hilarious in Raymond Chandler-Esque Ode To Desert Weirdness
You have your whole life ahead of you. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
‘The Mother’ Review: Jennifer Lopez Leads A Soulless Faux-Feminist Netflix Thriller
I think I'd miss you even if we never met. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Chicago Critics Film Festival Preview
Your Silent Face: Mary Astor
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Francisca Alegría on The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future | Interviews | Roger Ebert
April 2023: Harold Lloyd, Podcasts, and Big Screen Dreams
‘A Small Light’ Review: A Richly Detailed Portrait Of Anne Frank Protector Miep Gies
Nicolas Cage’s Entire Career Is Guided by This Decades-Old Direction
I want you to join my secret club. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. movie review (2023) | Roger Ebert
Black Girl Film Club | Mississippi Masala
I've got to spend the rest of my life with myself. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Van's Video Store on YELLOWJACKETS Is Full of Significant Movie Easter Eggs
To Catch a Killer movie review (2023) | Roger Ebert
‘Love & Death’ Review: Elizabeth Olsen & Lily Rabe Are Exquisite In HBO Max’s True Crime Drama
Episode 212: Joan Micklin Silver (feat. Marya Gates & Bill Ackerman) — director's club
6 Years Ago, Damon Lindelof's Best Sci-Fi Show Started to Answer Its Biggest Mystery
I'm going to die with my boots on. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Mafia Mamma movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
We Had Faces Then.
I'm going to Hell, where else? | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Kelly Reichardt on Showing Up | Interviews | Roger Ebert
March 2023: Sojourner Truth Festival, Spike Lee, and Silent Cinema
Safety Last: 10 of the Most Daring Stunts of the Silent Era
I don't think you know what you feel. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Space Oddity movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
“Murder Mystery 2” Review: Sandler and Aniston Feed The Rich In This Unnecessary Sequel
🛸 Where Have All The UFO Movies Gone? 🛸
'John Wick 4's Coolest Cinematic Trick Borrows From a Classic Film Legend
I realized trying to be perfect is a toxic journey. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Looking at the Wild Career of BEETLEJUICE's Sylvia Sidney
All I Wanted Was A Nice Little Quiet Spot | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
The 25 Best TV Reboots of All Time, Ranked [The X-Files & Highlander: The Series]
Moving On movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2 Remains Wild At Heart And Weird On Top [Review]
I want to make something of myself. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Champions movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
5 Years Ago, a Disappointing Sci-Fi Reboot Aired One Great Episode
The Lost Pioneers of the Early Film Era | Features | Roger Ebert
There's no evidence of you. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
February 2023: Early Cinema, Black Film, and More
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Cauleen Smith on Drylongso
What I'm Reading: The Right Profile
I wouldn't want anything changed about my life. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Dancing the Twist in Bamako movie review (2023) | Roger Ebert
I'm not wasting another second. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
What I'm Reading: Early Hollywood Pioneers
You break every rule when it matters enough. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Consecration movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
‘Your Place Or Mine’ Review: Reese Witherspoon & Ashton Kutcher Resuscitate the Rom-Com
What ever else happened, I did love once. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
January 2023: Sundance 2023, and Beyond!
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Maryam Touzani on The Blue Caftan | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Sundance Film Festival 2023 | The Wrap-Up Post
Unwatchables Podcast Ep. 32 - Jeanne Dielman feat. Marya E. Gates
Maybe I Do movie review & film summary (2023) | Roger Ebert
Sundance 2023: Slow, Girl, Mami Wata | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘King Coal’ Review: Elaine McMillion Sheldon’s Documentary Is An Atmospheric, Evocative Elegy For Central Appalachia [Sundance]
Sundance 2023: Joonam, A Still Small Voice, Bad Press | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
Sundance 2023: Against the Tide, Smoke Sauna Sisterhood, 5 Seasons of Revolution | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘A Little Prayer’ Review: David Strathairn and Jane Levy Shine In Angus MacLachlan’s Throwback Family Dramedy
‘Drift’ Review: Cynthia Erivo Stars In An Impressionistic, But Hollow Refugee Drama [Sundance]
‘The Persian Version’ Review: Maryam Keshavarz’s Dramedy Lacks Cohesion [Sundance]
‘Fancy Dance’ Review: Lily Gladstone Gives A Tremendous Performance In Indigenous Drama [Sundance]
‘Run Rabbit Run’ Review: Sarah Snook Is Wasted In A Cliché-Riddled Horror Dud [Sundance]
‘Shotgun Wedding’ Review: J. Lo Wedding Action-Comedy Is An Interminable Slog
Directed By Women: A Sundance 2023 Guide
What I'm Reading: Early Cinema Syllabus
‘The Makanai: Cooking For The Maiko House’ Season One Review: Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Netflix Show Is A Rich and Rewarding Experience
Beautiful Beings movie review (2023) | Roger Ebert
It's just really nice to talk to someone. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
What I'm Reading: Elephants, Color Timing, and Re-Writing American Film History
There's no before. There's only from now on. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
What I'm Reading: So This Is The New Year
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Jane Campion on The Power of the Dog | Interviews | Roger Ebert
My Favorite New-To-Me Discoveries of 2022
December 2022: Ending The Year With A Bang!
Marya's Favorite Fifteen Films of 2022
I've seen so many beautiful things. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Chicago Film Critics Break Down Sight and Sound’s New Greatest Films of All Time List
The Great Filmmaking Craft of 2022 | Features | Roger Ebert
Bending History: Marie Kreutzer on Corsage | Interviews | Roger Ebert
The Playlist’s Guilty Pleasures Of 2022
What I'm Reading: 'Twas The Night Before Christmas
I wanted to hear the sound of your voice. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Top 10 Films of 2022 with Michael Phillips and Marya Gates
‘Babylon’: Meet the Real Old Hollywood Stars Who Inspired the Characters of Damien Chazelle’s Wild Epic
Physical Graffiti: Hollywood's Babylon
The Best Documentaries Of 2022 | The Playlist
Moths to the Flame: Damien Chazelle on Babylon | Interviews | Roger Ebert
What I'm Reading: 'Twas The Week Before Christmas
I almost didn't want to come back. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
The Best Scores & Soundtracks Of 2022 | Babylon | The Playlist
The Individual Top Tens of 2022 | Features | Roger Ebert
The Super 8 Years movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
Children of the Mist movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
The Best Cinematography Of 2022 | The Playlist
The Ten Best Films of 2022 | Features | Roger Ebert
The Best Movie Performances Of 2022 | The Playlist
What I'm Reading: More Sights, More Sounds
There's nothing wrong with here. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Something from Tiffany's movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
The 25 Best Films Of 2022 | The Playlist
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Sarah Polley on Women Talking | Interviews | Roger Ebert
What I'm Reading: Sights & Sounds
I really wanted a life of my own. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
My Sight & Sound 2022 Poll Ballot
Noirvember 2022: C-Noir, Contemporary Japanese Cinema, and Ulrike Ottinger
‘Willow’ Review: No Magic In The World Can Save This Underdeveloped Legacy Sequel
A Frequency: Tilda Swinton and Joanna Hogg on The Eternal Daughter | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Maybe next year will be better for you. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
What I'm Reading: Thanksgiving Week
A Stitch of Life | Screen Slate
Bilal Baig's Sentimental Journey | Emmy Magazine
‘The People We Hate At The Wedding’ Review: Kristen Bell Headlines A Forgettable Bargain Bin Wedding Comedy
I feel old. But not very wise. | Weekly Directed By Women Viewing Guide
Disenchanted movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
It's Coming On Christmas: Directed By Women Holiday Gift Guide
Bantú Mama movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
What I'm Reading
Marya Gates' Overlooked Films of 2022 | Features | Roger Ebert
Chasing Labels #75 | A Noirvember Special with Writer/Critic Marya E. Gates | Chasing Labels
‘The Sex Lives of College Girls’ Review: The Second Season Is An Unfunny, Privileged, Faux-Feminist Disaster
In my ear I feel whispering.
Falling for Christmas movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
Criterion Shines Light on Masterful Daisies | TV/Streaming | Roger Ebert
The point is to be looking, searching.
A lot of people underestimate young women.
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Phyllis Nagy on Call Jane | Interviews | Roger Ebert
October 2022: Pordenone Silent, Chicago International Film Festival, and Pam Grier
What's screening: Oscar worthy films, tear jerkers and controversial serial-killer series
Peaceful movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘The White Lotus’ Season 2 Review: HBO’s Hit Anthology Isn’t Worth The Trip This Time
Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘Documentary Now!’ Season 4 Review: A Hilariously Playful Tribute To Cinema With An Amazing Cast
‘The School For Good And Evil’ Review: Paul Feig’s Foray Into Fantasy Is A Beautiful But Excruciatingly Slow Mess
‘Look At Me’ Review: Sally Potter’s New Short Is A Passionate Trump-Era Time Capsule
We are all broken.
Remembering Fay Wray, Our Very First Scream Queen
Marilyn Monroe’s Truth Was in Her Poetry
‘Rosaline’ Review: An Insipid, Comedic Take On ‘Romeo & Juliet’
The SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE Trilogy and Its Clever Horror Subversions
Luckiest Girl Alive movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
It doesn't suit me to follow.
Sally Potter on Her New Short Film Look At Me, Her Metrograph Retrospective, Her Upcoming Comedy, and More | Interviews | Roger Ebert
‘Alaska Daily’ Review: Tom McCarthy Sidelines Indigenous Women In Favor Of Soapbox Politics
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Carlota Pereda on Piggy | Interviews | Roger Ebert
You don’t know the cost of dreams.
Social Distortion: Weegee's Marilyn
I find you compellingly, beautifully, imperfect.
TIFF 2022: Saint Omer, Hawa, Daliland | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
An Actress Isn't A Machine
‘Raymond & Ray’ Review: Ewan McGregor And Ethan Hawke Funeral Dramedy Is Sam Shepard-Lite [TIFF]
I'm always late; but, I'm worth it.
TIFF 2022: El agua, Maya and the Wave, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘Prisoner’s Daughter’ Review: Brian Cox & Kate Beckinsale Can’t Save Catherine Hardwicke’s Frustrating Family Misfire
‘What’s Love Got To Do With It?’ Review: Patronizing Romantic Comedy Takes Aim At Arranged Marriages [TIFF]
‘All Quiet On The Western Front’ Review: Netflix Adaptation Is A Chilling Piece Of Anti-War Filmmaking [TIFF]
TIFF 2022: Emily, Causeway, The Eternal Daughter | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
Catherine Called Birdy movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘Alice, Darling’ Review: Phenomenal Anna Kendrick-Led Drama Explores The Tolls of Emotional Abuse [TIFF]
‘ Baby Ruby’ Review: Noémie Merlant Shines In This Postpartum Psychological Horror [TIFF]
Sidney movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘Bones of Crows’ Review: An Epic Tale Of Indigenous Resilience [TIFF]
Bros movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
When I can't sleep, I still replay you.
‘The Swimmers’ Review: Syrian Refugee Drama Is An Overly Orchestrated Crowd-Pleaser [TIFF]
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Adamma Ebo and Adanne Ebo on Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. | Interviews | Roger Ebert
‘American Gigolo’ Review: A Perfectly Cast Jon Bernthal Can’t Save This Misogynistic Mess
‘Tell Me Lies’: Grace Van Patten On Toxic Relationships And Ensemble Acting [Interview]
Directed By Women: A TIFF 2022 Guide
I don't know which way to go.
Isn't it terrible that nothing exists?
#886: Bodies Bodies Bodies / Meet John Doe (Stanwyck #4) — Filmspotting
Nobody's paying any attention to us!
I'm taking back control of my life, Bob!
The Princess movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
Summering movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘A League Of Their Own’ Review: Prime Video’s Spin On The Baseball Classic Is No Home Run
‘A League Of Their Own’: Abbi Jacobson On A More Inclusive, Queer-Friendly Riff On The Beloved Movie [Interview]
I don’t like being lost.
July 2022: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Essential Documentaries, and Hidden Classics
Feel the Love: Ayoka Chenzira on Alma's Rainbow | Interviews | Roger Ebert
We need some new moves.
‘Paper Girls’ Review: A Clichéd Sci-Fi Teen YA Series That Doesn’t Excel At Either Genre
Medusa movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
Some Idea of Me: On the 10th Anniversary of Ruby Sparks | Features | Roger Ebert
I'd do anything for you.
We're Only as Good as Our Generation: Ethan Hawke on The Last Movie Stars | Interviews | Roger Ebert
‘The Last Movie Stars’ Review: Ethan Hawke Directs An Intimate Look Into The Life Of Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward
All we have left is this home.
I Won't Back Down: Hannah Marks and Mia Isaac on Don't Make Me Go | Interviews | Roger Ebert
KVIFF56: Maryna Er Gorbach Interview
The unknown is not something to be feared.
Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘Plan 75’ Review: Chie Hayakawa’s Beautifully Humanist Tale Looks At The Value Of Life [Karlovy Vary]
June Zero ‘June Zero’ Review: Jake Paltrow Examines The Trial & Execution Of An Infamous Nazi War Crimes Architect [Karlovy Vary]
Resilience is All We Have: Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović on Murina | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Sara Dosa on Fire of Love | Interviews | Roger Ebert
‘Vesper’ Review: Exceptional Worldbuilding Makes This Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Tale Eerily Relatable [Karlovy Vary]
‘The Blue Caftan’ Review: Maryam Touzani’s Film Is A Rich, Vibrant Ode To Complex Relationships [Karlovy Vary]
June 2022: Social Documentaries, L.A. Rebellion, and 70mm Delights
The B-Side Podcast – Drew Barrymore (with Mitchell Beaupre & Marya E. Gates)
Your choices are only as good as your options are.
I've dreamt of that for years.
Crooked Marquee: Marcel the Shell with Shoes On review
‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’ Review: Not A Jane Austen Masterwork, But Offers Sparkling Pleasures Regardless
I can't bear this happiness to end.
‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Review: A Perfectly Distracting YA Romantic Angst Piece of Summer Fluff
The Lost Girls movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
Crooked Marquee: Good Luck to You, Leo Grande review
‘God’s Favorite Idiot’ Review: Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone’s Latest Is Undercooked (Again), But At Least Made With Love
The Company of Yourself: Cooper Raiff on Cha Cha Real Smooth | Interviews | Roger Ebert
What's Screening: Sequels and series on screens big and small
I know she meant the world to you.
‘The Janes’ Review: A Bittersweet Look At Abortion Rights Issues & Setbacks
‘Love, Victor’ Season 3 Review: Hulu’s Queer Coming-Of-Age Series Comes To A Satisfying End
All the Old Hollywood Films Featured in DEAD MEN DON'T WEAR PLAID
How THE SECRET OF NIMH Proved Don Bluth Could Beat Disney
I'm asking you to dance with me.
Crooked Marquee: Crimes of the Future review
A Search For Redemption: Terence Davies on Benediction | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Anisia Uzeyman and Saul Williams on Neptune Frost | Interviews | Roger Ebert
May 2022: Docs, Silents, and Avant-Garde Cinema.
I am utterly alone.
I am very busy and important.
‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’: Steven Moffat’s Romantic Sci-Fi Series Remake Is An Icky, Tasteless Misfire
It's how I feel. It's what I want.
Foxhole movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert
Sex is a Good Thing: Ninja Thyberg on Pleasure | Interviews | Roger Ebert
‘Hacks’ Season 2 Review: Jean Smart Continues To Amaze, But This Second Act Underwhelms A Little
If you're listening, child, you got your answer.
What I'm Reading: Online Goulash and a Novel Farewell To L.A.
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Mira Nair on Mississippi Masala | Interviews | Roger Ebert
Abortion In Film, Chicago Critics Film Festival, James Wong Howe, and more
April 2022: Kinuyo Tanaka, Silent Films and TCMFF
I always thought that there was one way to love.
Crooked Marquee: Hatching review
The 101 Best Movie Sequels of All Time
Is it music from the future?
Travolta/Cage Ep. 50: Killing Season/G-Force (with Marya E. Gates) — Nathan Rabin's Happy Place
I'm not sorry I'm in love with him.
Crooked Marquee: We’re All Going to the World’s Fair review
‘Russian Doll’ Season 2 Review: Natasha Lyonne Breaks Time In A Flawed, But Still Compelling New Chapter
Forever A Woman: Six Films By Kinuyo Tanaka
I've had enough trouble already.
Crooked Marquee: All The Old Knives review
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Andrea Arnold on Cow | Interviews | Roger Ebert
March 2022: Mostly Just A Lot of SXSW
I just wanted to say how nice it is not to be alone.
Oscars 2022: The Snubs & Surprises
I have to traverse my own landscape.
I mean, isn’t life the strangest thing you’ve ever seen?
‘Seriously Red’ Review: Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale & More Channel The Spirit of Dolly Parton [SXSW]
SXSW 2022: Slash/Back, Soft & Quiet, Nika | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ Review: A Terrific Horror Comedy Evisceration Of TikTok-Era Entitlement & Rich, Gen-Z Privilege [SXSW]
‘The Cow’ Review: Winona Ryder Shines In Eli Horowitz’s Romance Horror [SXSW]
SXSW 2022 Interview: Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton on Split at the Root | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘The Lost City’ Review: Channing Tatum & Sandra Bullock Charm In A ‘Romancing The Stone’-Like Throwback Adventure
‘Spin Me Round’ Review: Alison Brie’s Italian Vacation Loses Its Way [SXSW]
Everything Everywhere All at Once movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
‘Life & Beth’ Review: Amy Schumer Returns With An Offbeat, Charming Comedy Series
The Women of Nerdist Celebrate Our Favorite Complex Fictional Ladies - Nerdist
For DeMane Davis, Seeing Is Believing
I don't feel at home anywhere.
Crooked Marquee: After Yang review
The Weekend Away movie review (2022) | Roger Ebert
February 2022: Jane, Gena, Janet, and Billie Jean
It's human to do that.
It is a weird lullaby and so it is; it is mine.
I want mess and chaos.
Crooked Marquee: Dog review
Once, Twice, Three Times A Lady
Emily Ting Talks 'Tall Girl 2'
‘The Sky Is Everywhere’ Review: Avant-Garde Flourishes Elevate Josephine Decker’s YA Romance
Kat Coiro Talks ‘Marry Me’
‘Dollface’ Season 2 Review: Kat Dennings’ Fun Feminist Series Devolves Into A Generic Girl-Com
Crooked Marquee: The Worst Person in the World Review
Episode 197: Jane Campion Redux (feat. Marya Gates & Ryan McNeil) — director's club
Sundance Selects: 2022 Award Winners
Jamie Dack Talks ‘Palm Trees And Power Lines,’ Filmmaking Inspirations & More [Sundance Interview]
The many, MANY reasons to love Andrew Garfield
Sundance 2022: Brian and Charles, The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future, Dos Estaciones, Girl Picture | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘AM I OK?’ Review: Dakota Johnson & Sonoya Mizuno Find True Love In A Heartwarming Coming Out Tale [Sundance]
Sundance 2022: Nikyatu Jusu on Nanny | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
Sundance 2022: Leonor Will Never Die, Utama, You Won't Be Alone | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
‘Master’ Review: Regina Hall Is Stellar In A Haunting Jordan Peele-Esque Social Horror [Sundance]
Sundance 2022: Mars One, Gentle, Klondike | Festivals & Awards | Roger Ebert
'A Love Song' Review: Max Walker-Silverman’s Debut Is A Beautiful, Overdue Showcase For Dale Dickey [Sundance]
‘When You Finish Saving The World’ Review: Jesse Eisenberg’s Wry, Empathetic Directorial Debut Is Delightful [Sundance]
Play it Again | Paris Theater
Sundance Selects: Prescient Quarantine Sci-Fi, A Kosovan Oscar Hopeful, Iconic Bad Girls, and more!
Female Directors: Iuli Gerbase
‘Scream’ Review: A Meta Legacy Horror Requel That’s Witty & Rewarding For Fans
Emmy Mag: The CAMERAderie Initiative
Jane Campion in 35mm, Stop-Motion Shorts by Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and more!
Crooked Marquee: A Hero review
Cinema Fanatic’s Favorite Fifteen Films of 2021
2021 in Films: 365 Days, 883 Films, and a Year Full of Cinema!
Writer/director Hannah Marks talks 'Mark, Mary, + Some Other People'
December 2021 in Films
Why are New Year’s Eve movies such a thing?
24 Great Performances of 2021 | Features | Roger Ebert
Crooked Marquee: The Lost Daughter review
Jules Williamson Talks 'Off the Rails'
The Playlist’s Guilty Pleasures Of 2021
Female Filmmakers In Focus: Director Lauren Hardaway Talks 'The Novice'
Bradley Cooper is Guillermo del Toro's monster in 'Nightmare Alley' : Pop Culture Happy Hour
10 lesser-known Christmas movies to unwrap this season
‘The Unforgivable’ Review: Sandra Bullock Prison Redemption Drama Is A Bleak Slog
Newsletter: Cool people have feelings, too
It’s Cinema Fanatic’s 12th Anniversary!
Poem (It's A Wonderful Life)
The Individual Top Tens of 2021 | Features | Roger Ebert
Episode 769. Christmas Noir w/ Marya E. Gates - Battleship Pretension
Crooked Marquee: Red Rocket review
All the Voices in the Conversation: Uzo Aduba on National Champions | Interviews | Roger Ebert
The Playlist: The 25 Best Films Of 2021
Female Filmmakers In Focus: Director Valerie Weiss on her Netflix movie 'Mixtape'
The Matineecast Podcast Episode 274 – THE POWER OF THE DOG
Review: ‘Harlem’ TV Review: Tracy Oliver’s ‘Sex & The City’-Esque Series Offers Surprising Depth Along With Plenty Of Romance
Review: ‘Nightmare Alley’ Review: Cate Blanchett Femme Fatale Adds Verve, But Guillermo del Toro’s Noir Misses Otherwise
Female Filmmakers In Focus: Director Mary Lambert talks 'A Castle for Christmas'
Noirvember 2021 In Films
Emmy Magazine: Women In Media's CAMERAderie Initiative
Crooked Marquee: The Power of the Dog review
Female Filmmakers in Focus: 'Prayers for the Stolen' Director Tatiana Huezo Discusses Her New Movie
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Danis Goulet talks about her dystopian film ‘Night Raiders’
10 Noir Films Based on Crime Novels by Women
‘Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time’ Review: The Well-Versed Documentary Lacks The Subject’s Witty Creativity
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Julie Cohen and Betsy West Discuss Their New Documentary 'Julia'
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Kosavar director Blerta Basholli on her new film 'Hive'
‘Yellowjackets’ TV Review: The Exciting Mystery Thriller Series Survives In Spite Of Its Unwieldy Ensemble
Letterboxd: Ladies of the Noir
Is 'The Batman' Noir?
‘Eternals’ Review: Too Many Characters And Bad Visuals Make For A Disappointing Film
Crooked Marquee: Passing review
October 2021 in Films
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘The Souvenir Part II” Director Joanna Hogg Talks About Her Latest Movie
NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour: Noir Films You Can't Miss
‘Chameleon Street’ Director Wendell B. Harris Jr. Discusses The New 4K Restoration Of The Film
Crooked Marquee: The Souvenir Part II review
THE WIND Uses Folk Horror In An American Prairie Western
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Director Liz Garbus On Her Latest Documentary ‘Becoming Cousteau’
13 Classic Japanese Horror Movies For Your Shrieking Pleasure
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Director/Co-writer Claudia Llosa and Co-writer Samanta Schweblin Talk About Making ‘Fever Dream’
‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ TV Review: Amazon’s Slasher Remake Series Is A Gory Snooze [Review]
emmy Mag: Leslie Jones In The Sweep Spot
Get Spooky With These 20 Must-Watch Horror Movies From Female Directors In 2021
GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE Is A Worthy, Joyous Sequel (review)
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘Black As Night’ Director Maritte Lee Go Talks About Making Her Blumhouse Horror Film
‘On The Verge’: Julie Delpy’s ‘Sex & The City’-Esque Series Celebrates Middle-Aged Women With Mixed Results [Review]
The Best Film & TV Episodes About Abortion & Women’s Bodily Autonomy
In Defense of: The Rage: Carrie 2 and Its Examination Of Toxicity
Cinematographer Maria Rusche Talks About Shooting NYC for ‘Dating & New York’
Marisa Silver, Daughter of Director Joan Micklin Silver, Discusses the 4k Restoration of ‘Hester Street’
'Venom 2' Redefines Eddie and Venom's Relationship In One Revolutionary Way
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Julia Ducournau Discusses ‘Titane,’ Winner of the Palme d’Or at This Year's Cannes Film Festival
September 2021 in Films
‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: Tom Hardy’s Commitment and Andy Serkis’ Direction Make for a Great Sequel
Alessandro Nivola's Big Experiment Just Paid Off
Crooked Marquee: Titane Review
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘In Balanchine’s Classroom’ Director Connie Hochman Talks About Making a Documentary About George Balanchine
Not A Lesson: Why Dear Evan Hansen And Roadrunner Are Both Deeply Irresponsible Depictions Of Suicide
The Era of Bold and Beautiful Bisexual Representation is Here!
Female Filmmakers in Focus (TIFF Edition): ‘Medusa’ Director Anita Rocha Da Silveira Talks About Her New Movie
Female Filmmakers in Focus (TIFF Edition): ‘Violet’ Director Justine Bateman Discusses Her New Movie
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘Best Sellers’ Director Lina Roessler Talks About Her Feature Directorial Debut
TIFF Interview: ‘Last Night in Soho’ Director/co-writer Edgar Wright and Co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns Discuss Their New Film
‘Silent Night’: Keira Knightley & Co. Blend The Holiday Film With The End Of The World Genre [TIFF Review]
Female Filmmakers in Focus (TIFF Edition): Director Camille Griffin on Her Feature Directorial Debut, ‘Silent Night’
TIFF 2021: Astel, The Gravedigger's Wife, Saloum
Female Filmmakers in Focus (TIFF Edition): Director Agustina San Martín on Her Feature Debut ‘To Kill the Beast’
‘The Mad Women’s Ball’: Mélanie Laurent’s Latest Drama Is An Uncompromising Defense Of Female Bodily Autonomy [TIFF Review]
‘The Starling’: Melissa McCarthy & Chris O’Dowd Offer Emotional Range In A Cloying, Overly-Sentimental Movie [TIFF Review]
Female Filmmakers in Focus (TIFF Edition): ‘You Are Not My Mother’ Director Kate Dolan on Her New Horror Film
‘Lakewood’: Naomi Watts Works Overtime In This Ill-Conceived School Shooting Drama [TIFF Review]
‘Colin in Black and White’: Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick’s Series Simmers With Promise [TIFF Review]
TIFF 2021: Neptune Frost, Mlungu Wam (Good Madam), Lingui The Sacred Bonds
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Gita Pullapilly & Aaron Gaudet on directing ‘Queenpins’ together
‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Is Emotionally Manipulative & An Irredeemably Exploitative Look At Mental Health [TIFF Review]
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Núria Frigola Torrent on her new film 'The Song of the Butterflies'
August 2021 in Films
The Queer Quadrant Podcast: Ben-Hur (1959) with Marya E. Gates
Amber Sealey Discusses Her New Movie ‘No Man of God’
Barton Fink and the Real-Life Writers Who Inspired Its Story
The ‘Under the Volcano’ Filmmakers Talk About Their Documentary on Sir George Martin’s AIR Studios Montserrat
Something Bigger Than Myself: Billie Piper on Rare Beasts
Horror And Sci-Fi Movies Have The Best Makeup Effects
The Letterbox Show: Four Favorites: Marya E. Gates on Little Women, Jane Campion and denim butts
Ten Badass Woman Assassins in Movies
‘The Chair’ Finally Gives Sandra Oh A Project Perfectly In Tune With Her Incredible Comedic Abilities [Review]
Zodiac Chronicle Podcast Virgo Part 1
CODA Director Siân Heder & Star Marlee Matlin Talk About Their New Film
‘Brand New Cherry Flavor’: Netflix’s Horror Series Tries To Comment On The Seedy Nature Of Hollywood & Comes Up Short [Review]
Our Favorite Movies Set in Video Games or Virtual Reality
Riverdale’s References Are a Guide to This Season’s Central Mystery
Winning is Easy: Producer Griffin Dunne on the 2006 Hidden Gem, GAME 6
Screen Drafts Podcast: Bob Dylan
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘Bring Your Own Brigade’ Director Lucy Walker on Her New Documentary
Letterboxd: Denim Dreams.
Lasagna Time with Billy & Kyle: Věra Chytilová's DAISIES
‘Modern Love’ Season 2 Wastes All-Star Talent In Stories Bereft Of Humanity
The Welsh History and Mythology Behind The Green Knight
July 2021 in Films
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘Enemies of the State’ Director Sonia Kennebeck Talks About Her New Movie
9 Arthurian Adaptation You Might Have Forgotten
‘The Pursuit of Love’: Lily James Exudes Infectious Energy, But The Feminist Agenda Is Stuck In the Past
Matineecast - Episode 266 – ZOLA
‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ Owes Its Look and Feel to These 8 Movies
Female Filmmakers in Focus: ‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ Director Augustine Frizzell On Her New Movie and Her Favorite Female Directors
‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ With Shailene Woodley & Felicity Jones Is Like A Lavish, Breezy Beach Read
Isn’t Everything Autobiographical?: Ethan Hawke In Nine Films And A Novel
Send It Back: How Roadrunner Fails Anthony Bourdain
Captain America: The First Avenger and the Classic Films That Inspired It
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Leigh Janiak Discusses ‘Fear Street’ and Lauds the Work of Kathryn Bigelow
‘This Way Up’ Season 2: Aisling Bea’s Mental Health Comedic Drama With Sharon Horgan Features Great Performances, But Needs More Therapeutic Time
Female Filmmakers in Focus: An Interview with ‘Scales’ Director Shahad Ameen
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Janicza Bravo’s ‘Zola’ and Andrea Arnold’s ‘American Honey
10 (Not So) Hidden Film Credits Jokes You May Have Missed
June 2021 In Films
Director Heidi Ewing: “Hold Really Tightly to Your Vision”
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Kimmy Gatewood talks ‘Good on Paper’ & Recommends Agnès Varda’s ‘Cléo from 5 to 7’
Watch With Jen - S2: E25 - Creative Women Onscreen with The Classic Film Collective
Female Filmmakers In Focus: Mariem Pérez Riera and Susan Lacy
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Manjari & Vanati Makijany discuss their film 'Skater Girl' & recommend 'Mustang'
The Earliest Queer Movies In Film History
Female Filmmakers in Focus: Director Zaida Bergroth on 'Tove' & 'Holiday'
VENOM'S Symbrock Fandom Celebrates The Character's Queerness
May 2021 in Films
The Intense Drama of My Early 2000s Ewan McGregor Yahoo Group