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Sophia Cowley is a young writer, yogi, feminist and film enthusiast from NY. Her idols include Miranda July, David Lynch and Abraham Lincoln. She runs the blog www.

Created Equal: A Milestone Program For The Tuned-In Generation (& Interview With Jacob Burns' Director Of Education)

We had a chance to talk with Emily Keating, the Director of Education for Created Equal, a civil rights and film program for kids

"Embrace The Chaos" An Interview With SOMETIMES, FOREVER Director, Ashley George

"Ashley George: Sometimes, Forever is a twist on my own experience as a sexually confused girl living in a pretty straight, suburban world, so

Jacob Burns Film Center: A Hub For Rising Documentarians From Middle East & North Africa

Since its creation, the Jacob Burns Film Center has curated timely, poignant series aimed to enlighten and uplift its audiences. The theater, located in

SOMETIMES, FOREVER: A Dreamy Portrait Of Teenage Love

Sometimes, Forever is a stylish, incisive look at teenage sexuality, and though it's set in the '90s, it does much to speak to our

Nine Lives: The One Where Kevin Spacey Plays A Cat

At times brimming with invention and at other moments leaving you confused as to who this is for, Nine Lives doesn't fully deliver.

[RE]DEFINED: A Complex Story In Simple Terms (& Interview With Writer/Director, Danae Grandison)

Danae Grandison's [Re]Defined is a 10-minute short film that dives into the nitty gritty of adolescent life, leaving few doors unopened.

"If We Build It, They Will Come:" Looking Toward This Month's Women's Media Summit With Filmmaker & Activist, Maria Giese

We spoke with director & activist Maria Giese about the incredible organizational efforts behind the Women's Media Summit, taking place 31 March - 2

Jacob Burns Film Center's Creative Culture Program: An Experiment In Filmmaking & Interconnectedness

Creative Culture is the Jacob Burns Film Center's (NY) educational program. We watched the fellows' films and interviewed the program director.

"Kids Are So Decent To Start With": The Role of Family In GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT

Gentleman's Agreement is not merely an indictment of anti-Semitism, but a film that also "agrees" with the domestic concerns of its day.

An Interview With Kirsten Johnson, Director Of CAMERAPERSON

We spoke with Kirsten Johnson, director of the documentary Cameraperson, how she became a cameraperson herself, and about her inspirations.