This year we lost Deanna Kamiel, the director of the Documentary Media Studies program where all four of us met. It prompted #girlcrew’s Steffie to think about the amazing mentors she’s lucky to have had so far.
Meet our woman crush of the week: Dana Calvo, an incredible television writer and producer, and the creator of one of our all time favorite shows; Good Girls Revolt.
Meet our Woman Crush of the week, Malakai Johnson. Not only is she a badass director & producer, but she is also the founder of Made In Her Image, a non-profit that empowers the next generation of girls of color in film and media.
This Wednesday (and errryday) we are crushing on She Sees! She Sees is empowering the next generation of diverse female filmmakers. We love their focus on collaboration, inspiration, and self-expression! The Future of Filmmaking is FEMALE!
Meet our Woman Crush of the week, Jalena Keane-Lee. She's a major force of nature — a documentary director, producer, show runner, and social justice warrior.
Meet our woman crush of the week: Landscape photographer & photo journalist Deleigh Hermes from Austin, Texas. She met with us at SXSW to talk all things visual.
This awards season has been all about the women, or the lack thereof. Here's #girlcrew's female filmmaker's award season guide, leading up to the Oscars.
One year after the first ever Women's March. We are still here. We will not be silent. #girlcrew collective's Liz marched in Phoenix and took some stills.
Meet our woman crush of the week, First Born Daughter’s Cora Kessler: an author/artist, life + business coach, wellness advocate, Tarot reader, and founder of First Born Babes.
#girlcrew's Steffie weighs in on the conversation that was started by the #MeToo campaign. However, she thinks it should be much broader than only sexual harassment and assault.
The titular character in Amy Sherman-Palladino's latest show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel takes on a man's world from a female point of view, and excels at it.
This week we're crushing on Albina Katsman & Mariana Brassaroto, the creators of So Foreign.
Greta Gerwig's solo directorial debut Lady Bird made a splash at the box office. It also marks the arrival of Gerwig as a writer/director in her own right.
Finding the right words to speak about sexual assault is hard, so we'd like to share the words of the courageous actress Rachel Evan Wood.
Framed as a feminist series by the network, The Bold Type has been judged as one by critics. But have they been too harsh?
#girlcrew shared belief is that women should work together and support each other. Steffie of course agrees, but recently has been seeing this in a new light.