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Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Halloween Horror - April Fool's Day (2008)


Plot: A year after an April Fool’s Day prank which resulted in the death of one of their set, a group of friends find themselves targeted by someone who is out for revenge. 655 more words


REVIEW: Miss Representation (2011)

A documentary exploring the under-representation of women in media, especially in positions of power and influence in America.

Miss Representation is an accessible documentary for all ages. 293 more words


5. MISS REPRESENTATION (2011) #52FilmsByWomen

This documentary by Jennifer Siebel Newsom and Kimberlee Acquaro starts with a very personal tale by the former, at that time pregnant with a baby girl, concerned about the society her daughter was going to live in and how media consumption could have shaped her perception of herself. 263 more words


Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity program content unveils

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has today released the full content programme which will run from 18-25 June, 2016.

Talent from all walks of creativity will take to the stages at the Festival, which includes the specialist events Lions Health, Lions Innovation and Lions Entertainment. 532 more words

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom    

Directed 2011 documentary film Miss Representation

Personal details Born Jennifer Lynn Siebel 1,226 more words

Miss Representation: How the Media Treats Women Like Shit

If there’s any documentary for women to watch, it’s this one. The video begins with a powerful quote by Alice Walker:

The most common way people give up power is by thinking they don’t have any.

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Jennifer Siebel Newsom: a profile on the power of film

By Jessica Bovee

This week is International Women’s week, and in honor of the celebration our blog has decided to post about a few amazing women who are changing the way we think and see things. 783 more words