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Getting to Know Black Filmmakers in America

It seems a particularly important time to be celebrating Black History Month in America. I don’t have to tell you why (please, don’t make me tell you why). In doing that this year, I decided to shift the focus away from icons of the past (though you’ll see the mark of history in every work…

Women to Watch: July New Releases | Television and Film Written, Directed, and Created by Women | Only on onecriticalbitch.com

Women to Watch: July New Releases

Summer blockbusters are here! And with those July new releases come a good number of women written, directed, and produced projects. Yes, that Ghostbusters reboot is one of them. But so is Ab-Fab, and that’s a DAMN BLESSING. via GIPHY First time readers, here’s the deal: I premiered this monthly series back in May as a means to an end. An…

Women to Watch: June Television and Film Written, Directed, and Created by Women | Only on onecriticalbitch.com

Women to Watch: June Television and Film

In need of a visual refresh to start your summer right? New movies? Fresh June television? Just a little something… different? Don’t worry – I’ve got you covered. If you didn’t catch the premiere of this monthly series in May, I’m DONE ignoring the lack of women voices in film and television. Join me every month…

Women to Watch: The Film + TV projects women are writing and directing this month. May 2016 Edition. Only on onecriticalbitch.com

Women Filmmakers + Showrunners: What to Watch in May

We have a problem. A systemic, deep-set, unacceptable, not-so-small problem. Women filmmakers – where are they? Do they exist? Are they all on some secret retreat writing, planning, getting ready to release their work into the world on a historic day called THE DAY WOMEN FINALLY TAKE OVER THE WORLD? Probably not (but I’ve still got…

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