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Review – Tits Up

Best friends Vix and Sammy grab you by the hand and take you on an adventure in this slightly stilted but mostly charming depiction of female friendship and the mistakes we all mak...

Review – Hold Me Down

Hold Me Down, a day-in-the-life portrait of a poor single mother in the Bronx, has some tender moments but ultimately falls flat emotionally.

Review: Tomb Raider

Alicia Vikander is sublime as arrow-firing heroine, Lara Croft, in an origins reboot of Tomb Raider that defers from its gaming roots, but doesn't quite hit the bullseye.

Virginia Minnesota review: a feel-good, indie charmer

In his first feature film, Daniel Stine’s Virginia Minnesota stars Aurora Perrineau and Rachel Hendrix as two long lost friends, reunited on a 24 hour road trip. 

January blues a double threat for women in Film & TV following a turbulent week. Time for all women shortlists?

The full list of British Academy of Film and Television Arts nominations has been announced, here's what Film & TV Editor, Frankie Crossley, has to say about it. This year'...

Dolores Huerta invented the slogan that got Barack Obama into power, so why do so few people know who the feminist, pioneering civil rights campaigner is? 

From Peter Bratt, Dolores charts the rise of the US labour movement led by Cesar Chavez and his lesser-known co-founder, Dolores Huerta. You’ve probably never heard of Dolores ...

Feminism, feist and one hell of a fiesta: GRRRL at Folklore Hackney, the latest musical project from In Place of War 

Talented women from all corners of the globe come together as GRRRL to celebrate sisterhood and the unique power of the female voice for In Place of War When something is toute...

STEP review: a documentary that will make you want to stomp, clap and roar with pure delight

This empowering film about a group of high school step dancers from Baltimore as they juggle life, love and learning will leave you brimming with hope and delight. Baltimore ha...

BBC pay gap row: response from Women in Film & Television CEO, Kate Kinninmont MBE

Kate Kinninmont MBE, CEO of Women in Film & Television (UK) has written an open letter in reference to the recent BBC gender pay gap story. Read it here: "Bashing the BBC o...

Documentary Review: A Life in Waves ★★★★

The unique innovations of Suzanne Ciani provided the impetus for a electronic music revolution in the 1970s and 1980s. As this documentary explores, the impressive woman behind the...