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Nia DaCosta Brings Social Justice to the Thriller Genre

As it is now Black History Month, we are taking the opportunity to celebrate some of the incredible Black woman artists that we know and love. Today, we’re starting with the amazing Nia DaCosta! 

Nia is a screenwriter and director best known for her work in the thriller genre. Nia began her career as a production assistant, granting her the opportunity to work with celebrated directors such as Martin Scorcese, Steve McQueen, and Steven Soderbergh.read more.

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Nicole Perlman’s Action-Packed Writing Career

Happy birthday, Nicole Perlman! Today, we’re celebrating this heroic screenwriter. 

Nicole Perlman’s career started off with a bang; after joining Marvel’s screenwriting program in 2009, a program in which Marvel gathered together several writers and paid them to develop scripts for movies, Nicole was given the choice of a few different Marvel stories to base a screenplay on.read more.

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From ‘Guardians’ to ‘Fast & Furious 10’ Nicole Perlman Makes Marvelous Impact on Tentpole Hits

As part of our Celebration Series, FF2 Media pays tribute to the work of female filmmakers. Be sure to click on the film titles for full reviews & see where you can stream on JustWatch.com.

Nicole Perlman’s debut into the film industry was on a bigger scale than most. Her first credited writing piece was on Guardians of the Galaxy.read more.

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One Year Later, Iconic ‘Captain Marvel’ Remains Groundbreaking

As part of our Chats Series, FF2 writer Nicole Ackman and her 16-year-old little sister Hannah Ackman discuss their favorite female superhero film, Captain Marvel. Be sure to click on the film titles for full reviews.

Nicole

With the Black Widow movie coming out hopefully later this year, I wanted to talk to you about your favorite Marvel female superhero, Captain Marvel.read more.

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20 Perfect Films From Female Filmmakers to Ease Your Pandemic Blues

Twenty films from female filmmakers received perfect scores from the FF2 Media team during 2019. To receive a perfect score from our team, a film must pass the Bechdel-Wallace test and feature a female writer or director – 220 films matching the latter criteria were released theatrically in Manhattan last year. read more.

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The Best Women-Directed Films of 2019

Kaitlyn Dever stars as Amy and Beanie Feldstein as Molly in Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, Booksmart, an Annapurna Pictures release.

There were so many films released during the past year but the following are among the best women-directed films of 2019.

Booksmart

If there’s one film that I believe will still be talked about in a decade, it’s Booksmart. This is a film that re-defines what female friendship means for a new generation.… read more.

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