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Cartoonist Caitlin Cass Brings “Women’s Work” to Comics

Many people, when they see a single-paneled cartoon with a one-line caption underneath, automatically think of the cartoons in The New Yorker magazine with their pungent critiques of daily life. But how does a cartoonist actually get her work into this famous publication?

After chortling over a cartoon I saw in the 10/4/21 issue of The New Yorker (see below for the link to “It’s all significantly less impressive once you realize…”), I reached out to artist Caitlin Cass to request an interview.… read more.

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Ride into 2022 with Susan Friedman’s Horses

Susan Friedman photo of horses
When looking at photographer Susan Friedman’s horses, you feel the power of each equine subject jumping out of the frame.
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Spend 2022 in Deb Stoner’s Floral Wonderland

This holiday season, the FF2 Media team is excited to introduce our readers to Pomegranate, a publishing and printing company that offers its customers “art you can bring home.” In celebration of Pomegranate’s commitment to inclusivity, we’re proud to spotlight some of the brilliant women artists in their catalogue.read more.

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DOC NYC Hits Our Fifty Percent Target in 2021

FF2 Media is delighted to affirm that this year’s DOC NYC schedule includes 63 documentary films directed by women – including films co-directed by women – out of a total of 127 feature films. 63/127 = 49.6%… so let’s call it 50% and shout “Hooray!”

Considered the largest documentary film festival in the USA, DOC NYC will show films from all over the world from November 10th thru November 18th.… read more.

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Watch at Home: Three to See from Chicago’s CIFF 2021

Exposure at CIFF by Holly Morris
At CIFF, three new films from women filmmakers, Neus Ballús, Andrea Arnold, and Holly Morris, to watch at home.
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Caitlin Kuhwald Creates Magical Portraits of Classic Film Stars

Caitlin Kuhwald illustration
In an interview, Caitlin Kuhwald talks about inspiration, influence, and impact through her illustrations.
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