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I just watched this lovely little film with my daughter. An ‘easy to be with’ film.


AAAFF 2015: “Seoul Searching:” fun, nostalgic, and hopeful

Warning: minor spoilers ahead

Nostalgic for the ‘80s? Love foreign films? Want to reminisce on teen fun and angst? Korean-American writer/director Benson Lee’s coming-of-age romantic comedy… 547 more words

TV & Film

Looking and talking back – desire and agency in The Diary of a Teenage Girl

“The first feminist gesture is to say, well, okay, they may be looking at me, but I’m looking too. The act of deciding to look and deciding that the world is not defined by how they look at me but how I look at them.”

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New Encounters

Diary of a Teenage Girl is refreshingly honest

By: Grant Vance ~Staff Writer~

The Sundance Film Festival has been the origin of many great independent films, giving new filmmakers an outlet for their unique studio-secular projects. 377 more words

Arts & Entertainment


DOPE is back in theaters today!!! Seriously it’s a great film and you should watch it today if you didn’t see it the first time around. 349 more words


Coming of Age: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, a hit at the Sundance Film Festival, is a film starring Thomas Mann, as Greg, RJ Cyler as Earl, and Olivia Cooke as Rachael. 1,308 more words

Film Review

Girlhood - review

The opening shot of Celine Sciamma’s Girlhood (French: Bande De Filles) is a football game fraught with tension – the action set to eerie, with claustrophobic synth beats reminiscent of Billy Idol circa “White Wedding”. 654 more words