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Staff Inquiry: Movies That Make Us Cry

For this Staff Inquiry, we examine the films that make us cry, with examples ranging from the personal to overall moving manifestations of life's

Escape to New York: An interview with Ana Asensio, director, writer and star of Most Beautiful Island

After years as a struggling actress, Ana Asensio decided to try get her own project off the ground. A year after it's SXSW premiere,

Portrait of Mike Ott from the 2017 Champs-Elysees Film Festival in France. Photo by Julien Labrosse

We had the chance to talk with Mike Ott, director of fiction/non-fiction blend CALIFORNIA DREAMS, about documentary filmmaking and about the fine line between


Twelve Monkeys is Terry Gilliam's dystopian vision of time travel, in which everything that happens is inevitable, probing into questions of the meaning and

Fantasy Science Pt. 2: The Turing Test & EX MACHINA

If you are even remotely familiar with technology, science fiction, or the world of computers, you've probably heard the phrase 'Turing test'. Let's explore

Dinner With Dames #14, With Kimberley Browning (Recap)

For Dinner With Dames #14, Cinefemme gathered a group of women filmmakers to dine with the night's mentor, Kimberley Browning, producer, executive producer of