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. isthisthereellife.wordpress.com.
Gold Star is a refreshingly intimate first-time film from director Victoria Negri, with a beautiful story about losing a loved one.
We were able to talk with Victoria Negri, director of the drama Gold Star starring Robert Vaughn and Catherine Curtin.
Sophia Cowley spoke with Catherine Curtin, the lovely actress we know from Orange Is The New Black, Insecure and her upcoming film, Gold Star.
In this in-depth analysis of Julia Ducournau's Raw, Sophia touches on themes of sexuality, biblical references, and BDSM, among others.
War Dogs is a hyper-masculine film that, offensively but not surprisingly, uses its main female character simply as a plot device.
Red Trees is a poignant look at the Holocaust through the eyes of a survivor; we also spoke with director Marina Willer.
We talked with Jacob Burns Film Center programmer Lina Matta, who discusses the latest line-up for their Contemporary Arab Cinema series.
Nina Gielen's supernatural drama Arts & Crafts is gaining attention on Seed & Spark. She talked to Film Inquiry about the film's creation.
Ying & Yang is empowering and heartbreaking, giving a window into the messed up mind of a man deciding his own fate.
Evan Mascagni is a former lawyer with a passion for righting the wrongs in the food industry. He talked to FI about his latest