Currently Browsing: Jan Lisa Huttner
FF2 editor-in-chief Jan Lisa Huttner called filmmaker Lynn Roth in Los Angeles to discuss her new film Shepherd: The Story of a Jewish Dog. Although Shepherd begins right before the Holocaust and contains scenes set in a Nazi labor camp, it is a family-oriented film meant to facilitate discussions across multiple generations.… read more.
Labaki’s breakout film “Caramel” was firmly set in contemporary Beirut. Her second film “Where Do We Go Now?” is Magical Realism.… read more.
New York Woman in Film & Television (NYWIFT) hosted its 11th annual International SWAN Day program at SVA Theatre in collaboration with traditional co-sponsors HerFlix, ImageNation, SAG-AFTRA, WAM and WMM. This year, for the second year in a row, AAWIC also folded this event into their annual African American Women in Cinema Film Festival.… read more.
Celebrating its 13th year, the annual Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival offers a platform where women artists can showcase their work and tell their stories. Presented by the Alliance of Women Filmmakers at LA Live Regal Cinemas, the festival was a weekend not to be missed.
This year’s Women’s International Film Festival also happened to fall on the 10th annual International SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day which was co-founded by FF2’s own Editor-in-Chief Jan Lisa Huttner.… read more.
Today, one day after the 14th Anniversary of 9/11/01, I am officially kicking off a new grassroots initiative called HILLARY’S AUXILIARY.
I have actually been thinking about this for quite some time now, but I was absorbed by a million different “little things” (both personal & professional), so I never quite got to it…
Today, however, I read Michelle Goldberg’s article in The Nation and I got really, really pissed:
Pissed about threats to shut-down the USA government in an attempt to deny all funding to Planned Parenthood;
Pissed about the continuing blather about the Faux eMailgate Pseudo-Controversy (Am I the only one who remembers how many millions of USA tax payer $$ were wasted on Watergate???… read more.
Today is the 8th annual International SWAN Day! Perhaps you have already planned something to do this weekend to Support Women Artists Now. If not there is still time!
There are several new films written &/or directed by women filmmakers at art houses and multiplexes. Perhaps there are exhibits at local museums and art galleries.… read more.