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Lyvie Scott explores films in which a woman transforms, whether it be for good or otherwise.
a goddamn ugly broad.
Logan-Ashley Kisner explores the history of Men With Breasts in film as his own top surgery approaches.
Filmmaker Spot - Rachel M. Ussery
Lyvie Scott sits down with Savannah-based filmmaker Rachel M. Ussery to discuss how change relates to her art.
Under the Skin
Lyvie Scott explores films about melancholia, madness and mourning, all with people of color at the center.
From Us As We Once Could Be
Logan-Ashley Kisner finds a different understanding of love, and experiences catharsis, through trans characters in horror.
I'm a Slut: Thank You, Rocky Horror
Maddy Sutka gives tribute to the film that helped reframe her understanding of sex, pleasure, and camp: The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Musings About Graduate School: An Analysis of Candyman (1992)
Rebecca Radillo parallels her journey through grad school with the plight of horror academic Helen Lyle.
The Surprising Triumph of Black Women in Horror
Lyvie Scott parallels her journey to overcome her fear to the arcs of black women in classic horror films.
BIPOC Need Love, Too
Lyvie Scott lists her go-to selection of feel-good romantic films featuring people of color.
Broadcast News: Finally, My Answer to "What’s your favorite movie?"
Amanda Mazzillo dives into "Broadcast News" and answers why this classic rom-com is her favorite film.
The Girl I Always Write
Lyvie Scott writes about the lack of representation in media and why she create her own stories featuring black protagonists.
Coming of Age at the End of the World
Lyvie Scott takes us through her favorite coming of age films, and reflects on the new firsts that her generation have to face.
My Horror Journey
Amanda Mazzillo writes about the films and TV shows that made her love horror, despite being terrified of the genre as a child.
The Bridge Between Art and Activism
Lauryn Jackson writes about the lack of representation in entertainment and figuring out her identity as an artist and an activist.
To Allen and Sofia; Thank You
Ellen Gillespie pens letters to a childhood classmate and director Sofia Coppola to thank them for helping form her identity today.
The Male Gaze is Ours Now, Actually
Lyvie Scott explores and identifies how to reappropriate the male-gaze-centric films that defined a generation of WLW
Breaking Up With Star Wars
Ughh, a text from my dad read, the Jedi council is so blind and naive. It was a balmy afternoon in January. The season 2 finale of The...
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