Month: March 2016

52 Films by Women #8 – Where Have All the Poets Gone (Sook-Yin Lee)

Hello lovelies. Another documentary for you with a special shout out to all my poet pals.  I’m glad I know where YOU are. Me and the Raggedy Man watched this one yesterday and quite loved it. I was especially thrilled to learn about Phyllis… Continue Reading “52 Films by Women #8 – Where Have All the Poets Gone (Sook-Yin Lee)”

52 Films by Women #7 Volume by Mahalia Belo and Anna Ingeborg Topsoe

Beautifully shot and oh oh oh I loved the writing–clear and true. So much said/shown, so simply.

52 Films by Women # 6 – Tiny Furniture by Lena Dunham

…a film that sticks with you. Discomfortingly so and yet…in a humanly/real way — if that makes any sense at all. Not humanely as in merciful or compassionate but HUMANly – as in, “Yes. This is what it is to be a human.”

52 Films by Women #5 It’s Complicated…

Hiya… Watched this one a few days ago.  It’s fun… but didn’t blow my socks off.  I sort of HATE saying that… but true be true. Written and directed by Nancy Meyers and found on NetFlix. It’s a romantic comedy, with some lovely moments,… Continue Reading “52 Films by Women #5 It’s Complicated…”

52 Films by Women #3 and #4 Animations by Michèle Lemieux

Today’s offering… two achingly lovely animations created by Michèle Lemieux. Enjoy.

52 Films by Women #2 – Drone

…a heartbreaking and ache-making look at the use of un-manned drones by the US.

52 Films by Women #1 – Tomboy

Tomboy written and directed by Céline Sciamma — A beautifully shot and delicately told tale…

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