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Women’s Resistance in ‘Krane’s Confectionery’

Seventy-one years ago today, Astrid Henning-Jensen’s Krane’s Confectionery was released! The film follows a woman, Katinka, who has lost herself in her work. Katinka is a single mother and a seamstress, struggling to balance these circumstances before she meets a man who changes her life.

Krane’s Confectionery explores the nuances of both motherhood and womanhood in a patriarchal society.read more.

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Spend 2022 in Daria Hlazatova’s Celestial Dreamscapes

Daria Hlazatova painting in Pomegranate Calendar.
In the whimsical world of Ukrainian artist Daria Hlazatova, vibrant, imaginative dreamscapes see the arresting gazes of feminine faces.
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Spend 2022 with Alexandra Eldridge’s Radiant Tarot

Alexandra Eldridge painting of swans
I’ve just sat down to a virtual chat with artist Alexandra Eldridge, who seeks “the extraordinary in the ordinary” through her artwork.
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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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Expect Passionate & Empathetic Performances from Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard From the Land of the Moon
Today is actress and musician Marion Cotillard’s birthday! She has graced both Hollywood and independent film silver screens.
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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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