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 femphile.com
Never scared to experiment with format, or to tell a sincerely personal story, Carol Morley is truly a filmmaker of our time.
Prevenge is a film about revenge from the womb; it succeeds both as a satire of how pregnant women are seen and as a
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 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
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
We have plenty of excellent and notable films about women in wartime, but their narratives are all too familiar. Often the female protagonist is