Tara Martinez is a New York-based writer with a passion for pop culture and a penchant for analysis. She frequently covers film, television, and representations of women in the media.
How might a predominately white community wield its power to dismiss a black life? The documentary Strong Island offers unsettling answers.
The documentary The Apology tells the story of three Asian women whose lives have been turned upside down by the trauma of sexual slavery.
The Passion of Augustine offers glimpses into life before womanhood sets in and all the growing pains that come with this journey.
Géza Von Radványi’s Mädchen in Uniform explores romance, while depicting love that varies in intensity, significance, and objective.
Cairo Time is a romantic drama from 2009 set in Egypt that focuses on different women and their perception about relationships and life.
For her talent and contribution to film alone, Crawford deserves a better legacy than what she ultimately received. By all accounts, she achieved her
Recall the last villainess you saw on screen. Did her power come at the price of her own womanhood? Was she an unpleasant outcast