This week’s FutureFemme delivers a bevy of good news across the board: whole new television series, corporate ascendancies, and TARDIS takeovers. Despite scads of difficult news pouring out of Hollywood – scandals and fires and
We’ve had a stormy few weeks amid the ever-mounting allegations of sexual assault being levied against Harvey Weinstein – quite possibly the worst kept secret in Hollywood – and lackluster results facing the box office.
Title: Latter-Day Glory
Funding goal: $15,000
Slated for filming: Principle photography completed; raising funds to complete the film
Logline: Two gay ex-Mormons explore their past and discuss the growing number of Mormon LGBT suicides.
Why you should support it:
120 Beats Per Minute
Directed by: Robin Campillo
Distributed by: The Orchard
Synopsis: Early 1990s. With AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly ten years, Act Up-Paris activists multiply actions to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer
BFI London Film Festival
What: BFI is the UK’s leading and most prestigious film festival, representing one of the first opportunities for audiences – both the UK public and film industry professionals – to see the
The Emmys have once again come and gone. But this year’s event wasn’t without its fair share of surprises – and even a few record-setters.
The Handmaid’s Tale scooped up the top drama award, beating out
Winners of the 74th Venice Film Festival - Official Awards
Golden Lion: The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro
Grand Jury Prize: Foxtrot, Samuel Maoz
Silver Lion for Best Director: Xavier Legrand, Custody
Volpi Cup for Best Actress: