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.
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.
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.
#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.
Two years after its 'Year de la femme' the Cannes Film Festival still has a problem with representing women. That needs to change.
Meet our woman crush of the week: actress Malin Barr. She just wrote her first short film, Hedda Needs Help, in which she plays the title character.
In reaction to a Refinery29 article on dressing for the job, #girlcrew's Steffie goes into what she wears while working on set.
History was written on opening night of the 54th NYFF. For the first time the film festival opened with a documentary.
A short version of A Life Before This is featured on the Dutch website Mindshakes.
Women in documentary film just broke a record by scoring 52 places on the shortlist of the Grierson Awards.
Hollywood's best tv actresses discuss what it's like to be a woman in film/tv.
Whoever says women in film can't compete with males are crazy. These are the women to watch!