Force of Habit – Sydney Film Festival Review

An anthology series turned feature film Force of Habit combines the work of 6 female directors and 6 different stories of women going about their everyday lives openly revealing the often hidden world of female sexual abuse, the male gaze, and power dynamics within society.

A Perfectly Normal Family – Sydney Film Festival Review

A Perfectly Normal Family is the story of 11 year old Emma who's perfectly "normal" family is turned upside down when her father comes out as transgender. The film was based on debut feature director Malou Reymann's real life experiences with her own father as a child and seeks to tell a personal story of a family navigating this change together.

The Continued Feminist Streaming Service List You’ve Been Waiting For – Part 2

Sick of wasting hours of my life looking for something new to watch I started the most comprehensive list of Netflix content directed by women that, I at least, have ever come across. With over 5000 titles in the Netflix library there always seems to be a circulation of the same 30 films on the …

Featured Female Filmmakers – Part 31

This weeks featured filmmaker, Kalpana Kumar, also has a passion for raising awareness about social issues. Her film Laskhmi - Untold Truths was shot entirely in India and seeks to open eyes to the sexual assault and abuse of women within Indian society, specifically the cases that don't necessarily make it to the news.

The Feminist Streaming Service List You’ve Been Waiting For – Part 1

We've curated all female directed Netflix content so you don't have to. There are 5511 titles in the Australian Netflix library (as of April 9 2020). That's more content than you could probably watch in your entire life. But how much of it was directed by a woman? How much of this content focuses on …