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Becky spends her days working in TV and she spends every other minute writing about cinema, TV & feminism. Based in London, she also likes drinking gin, re-watching 'The X Files' and writing about on-screen representation and all manner of things over at

ART OF COURAGE: Creative Activism For All

After the Paris terrorist attacks, two aerial artists worked tirelessly to spread a message of hope. This short film, Art Of Courage, details their

Beginner's Guide: Carol Morley, Director & Writer

Never scared to experiment with format, or to tell a sincerely personal story, Carol Morley is truly a filmmaker of our time.

PREVENGE: Motherhood & Murder Have Never Looked So Good

Prevenge is a film about revenge from the womb; it succeeds both as a satire of how pregnant women are seen and as a

AFTER FIRE: How Female Veterans Talk About Trauma

After Fire focuses on a female veteran named Valerie Sullivan, discussing how women in the military deal with trauma after coming home from war.

AS I OPEN MY EYES: Not Your Average 'Coming Of Age' Film

Leyla Bouzid’s French-Tunisian drama goes above and beyond the traditional coming of age story, using one girl's journey to adulthood to explore politics, revolution

CHEVALIER: A Farcical Take On Modern Masculinity

Chevalier is the uncomplicated story of six men on a diving expedition in the Aegean sea, and how their competitiveness is almost the undoing of all

PARCHED: A Story Of Freedom And Friendship

In the beautiful desert landscape of Gujarat, India, director Leena Yadav introduces us to a world of friendship, suffering and heartbreak within a story

Gender At War PT II: Films Portraying Women On The Front-line

In part one of 'Gender at War', we looked at several films which have changed the perception of women in war. Traditionally, women have been

Gender At War PT I: Films Portraying Women On The Front-line

We have plenty of excellent and notable films about women in wartime, but their narratives are all too familiar. Often the female protagonist is


Varda Bar-Kar’s latest documentary Big Voice follows the lives of a Santa Monica school choir over the course of a year, under the instruction of