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ATX Festival celebrates the power of female partnerships

The eighth season of the ATX Television Festival was held June 6-9 in Austin, Texas, celebrating all aspects of the television medium. The Power of Female Partnerships was one of the first panels on the four-day schedule, presented by Vanity Fair.

Panelists included Good Girls creator Jenna Bens and star Retta, along with TV agents Cori Wellins and Lauren more.


Female Filmmaker Wins Top Honor at CCFF for ‘Saint Frances’

The 2019 Chicago Critics Film Festival was held May 17-23 at the Music Box Theatre, featuring nine films written and/or directed by women. Of the 24 films in the festival lineup, these four stood out as especially memorable features from female directors. [Saint Frances wins Audience Award – Narrative Feature from Chicago native, writer and star Kelly O’Sullivan]. read more.


‘Float Like a Butterfly,’ ‘Emma Peeters’ Among Films by Women at CEUFF

The 22nd Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival will run through April 4 at the Gene Siskel Film Center (GSFC), screening 22 films from female directors. CEUFF screened 60 premieres from 28 European Union nations throughout the month of March, making it the largest showcase of EU cinema in North more.


Nia DaCosta’s ‘Little Woods’ the heart of Chicago International Film Festival

The Chicago International Film Festival wraps up today after featuring an excellent 12-day lineup, 30 percent of which was directed by women. Female characters and their creators played a central role in this year’s festival, from documentaries to foreign language features, but it was the following films directed by women that made the most more.


Netherlands doc ‘Miss Kiet’ best of Chicago European Union Film Festival

Nine films were directed by women (roughly 14.8 percent, down from last year’s record high of 25 percent).

Time’s up: How women nominees fared at the 75th Golden Globes

Advocates in support of women were both heard and seen at last night's 75th Golden Globe Awards. The nominees and presenters all wore black in support of sexual assault and domestic abuse survivors, and to send a message about ending gender inequality in the workplace.