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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.

"Have You Ever Seen A Real Woman Before?" Body Imagery In WHITE GIRL

White Girl reflects the embodiment of societal and interpersonal dysfunction while exploring the role of the body in film and in life.

Fighting For Equality Behind The Scenes: An Interview With Amy Adrion, Director of HALF THE PICTURE

Amy Adrion shared her insights on gender inequality in the film industry and how we can create change for women in Hollywood.

VALLEY OF THE DOLLS: Breakfast At Tiffany’s Without Morals Or Class

The other night, when my friend and I sat down to watch the 1967 cult classic, Valley Of The Dolls, I came across a Netflix member


Dane DeHaan, who stole our hearts as the troubled teen in The Place Beyond The Pines, is back again in a romantic drama called Two

Why LEGALLY BLONDE Was An Impressive Feminist Film For 2001

When I was seven years old, one of my best friends told me about a movie called Legally Blonde. "I think you would really

MUSTANG & Sister Solidarity In Modern-Day Turkey

"It's like everything changed in the blink of an eye. One moment we were fine, then everything turned to shit." When I heard

Queer Romance Meets Classical Thriller: An Interview With John Carchietta, Director Of TEENAGE COCKTAIL

Up-and-coming filmmaker John Carchietta has co-directed and produced several thrillers like Late Fee and The Hills Run Red. He is one of those true horror fans

PARTY MONSTER Retrospective: Club Kids Counterculture Of The 1990s

I first watched Party Monster a couple of years ago, when once-infamous club promoter Michael Alig was released from prison, where he served 17 years for