Tag: criticism

“You’re the first man I’ve ever seen”

At Film School Rejects, Catherine Stratton’s video essay “Fandor presents: Lady Lands” discusses films like Catwomen of the Moon, Fire Maidens of Outer Space and The Queen of Outer Space, in which there are planets of space ladies who seem in charge but are really waiting for earth […]

Asia In Cinema

Love HK Film’s Kevin Ma has started a new website, Asia In Cinema, and it looks pretty sweet. “Based in Hong Kong, Asia In Cinema is an English-language news site that reports on the Asian film industry from a balanced perspective. We believe that all the countries and regions […]

“The Feminists of Wakanda”

At The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates writes about his current run on Black Panther, the prominence of female characters, feminism and the role of criticism. “The feminist critique is in the air now. If my rendition of Black Panther wasn’t created by that critique, it breathed the same air. […]

When The Graveyard Shift Sisters Met Dark Matters

The excellent Graveyard Shift Sisters interview the amazing Cate and Erica of Dark Matters! “The women behind Dark Matters are Cate and Erica; ‘genre-lovers exploring issues of race and ‘other’ in various arts, media, and academic disciplines, in the context of science fiction, horror, fantasy, the supernatural, and all things geek-friendly.’ This digital […]