BY Emma Tilden in Movies on Jun 27, 2014 |
In the 1920s and 30s, the twins Violet and Daisy Hilton were as close to being vaudeville royalty as any two people could get. They were talented performers: they could sing and dance, they played any number of musical instruments, they were witty and charming and crowds of fans flocked to their shows every night. They also had one other appealing factor: a small piece of flesh on their backs that had conjoined the sisters since the day they were ... Read More
BY Maddie Maschger in Movies on Jun 25, 2014 |
“For the YSL woman, a tuxedo spells defiance… She’s more than a man’s equal, she’s his adversary.”
“Yves Saint Laurent,” the latest film from Jalil Lespert, depicts the life and impact of the infamous namesake designer and that of his romantic and professional partner, Pierre Bergé, who narrates.
The film works from the assumption that the audience knows a great deal about Saint Laurent, which leaves several ... Read More
BY Elle Brosh in Movies on Jun 20, 2014 |
Yesterday, 23 years after legendary film, Thelma and Louise, came and stole our hearts, Susan Sarandon and old partner in crime, actress, Geena Davis, reunited for an adorable selfie. The two kick-ass lady protagonists got together to recapture the photo they take on a polaroid camera in the actual film. Sarandon then tweeted the picture and the hearts of fans everywhere skipped a beat.This is such a lovely surprise because what could be a better way to ... Read More
BY Elle Brosh in Movies on Jun 18, 2014 |
In August of 2006, a group of African American lesbian women went out for a night on the town in NYC's Greenwich Village area, a well-known historical landmark and haven for the LGBTQ community... or so these women thought. Proud spirits quickly vanished after an instance of homophobic street harassment was initiated by an older man. The threats quickly escalated, resulting in the attempted strangling of two women and then the stabbing of the perpetrator. Although ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Movies on Jun 18, 2014 |
We interviewed Gillian Robespierre and Elisabeth Holm, the writer/director of Obvious Child, a film about much more than abortion stigma. This new modern-day, feminist flick not only reconstitutes the traditional rom-com, but its underrated content has also sparked the kind of movement and dialogue we've all been waiting for.
If you haven't seen the film, there ARE spoilers in this interview, so beware. Otherwise, ENJOY! I have to ... Read More