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Andrea Kantrowitz’s Drawings Invite You to Let Your Mind Wander

The way our minds process the world around us is very elusive. Thoughts can, at times, be all consuming, but they can also be extremely fickle. Sometimes, we make connections that are obvious, and other times we jump to conclusions that are incorrect (however right they may feel in the moment). So, how do we make sense of these invisible thoughts and learn about our unique perception of the world through them?… read more.

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Jane Campion’s ‘The Power of The Dog’ Earns Its Acclaim

Jane Campion’s film The Power of The Dog leads the 2022 Oscar season, boasting 12 nominations, including Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay for Jane Campion.

The Power of The Dog is a Western psychological drama based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Savage, and hails a strong cast with Benedict Cumberbatch in the leading role accompanied by Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and Kodi Smit-McPhee (all four of whom are now Oscar nominees as well).… read more.

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Jenny Eagan: Costume Design Adds Character in ‘Olive Kitteridge’

Olive Kitteredge still with Frances McDormand
The anniversary of the award-winning television show Olive Kitteredge is the perfect time to celebrate costume designer Jenny Eagan.
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Márta Mészáros ‘Adoption’ Revolutionizes Motherhood in 1975

Márta Mészáros 'Adoption' stíl
Márta Mészáros 'Adoption' broke new ground for feminist filmmaking by exploring the act of motherhood in an unconventional way in 1975.
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Mira Nair Masters Rhythm & Balance in ‘Queen of Katwe’

Queen of Katwe still
On the five-year anniversary of Queen of Katwe, we celebrate filmmaker Mira Nair!
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Lesbian Theme in ‘Mädchen in Uniform’ Was Boldly Feminist in 1931

Still from Madchen in Uniform
Today is the 90th anniversary of Leontine Sagan’s lesbian classic Mädchen in Uniform!
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