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Who I Am From: The California of Joan Didion

Joan Didion book cover
It is writers like Joan Didion who gave me the permission to question what I’d been told was "the truth."
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Tribute to Yoko Ono’s Extraordinary Artistry

John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Yoko Ono is a true iconoclast. Her artistry is enormous — she innovates and inspires: she has survived war, mental health crises, miscarriages and of course, misogyny.
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Support Women Artists Now – Buy a 2022 Calendar from Pomegranate!

Alma Thomas Pomegranate
To celebrate Pomegranate’s “Art by Women” initiative, we are excited to launch a new series spotlighting brilliant female artists.
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Post-Pandemic Reunion at NYC’s Walter Reade Theater

As many of our regular readers surely know, the FF2 Media team used to meet up in Manhattan every Friday to catch all of the new films written or directed by women that were released each week. These Fridays were full of spirited discussion, lots of espresso, and many hurried trips up and down town. For FF2 team members, these mad Friday dashes were affectionately known as “The Runaround.”… read more.

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‘Promising Young Woman’ vs. ‘I May Destroy You’: Messaging in the Me Too Era

FF2 Guest Post by Shelby Cooke

The “Me Too” movement and the revelations of rampant sexual abuse in creative industries (especially in Hollywood) have opened conversations about women’s mistreatment and disadvantages. Conversations about these issues are slowly becoming more mainstream. Four years later, film and television makers are finally amplifying women’s voices, with 2020 boasting record-breaking amounts of female-led productions.read more.

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FF2 Adds a New Section for Opinion Pieces!

Today we’re adding a new “opinions” section.

If you’ve got a POV to share, do let us know!

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