Episode 58: Maleficent (2014)

Episode 58: Maleficent

MaleficentNOTES:

Maleficent

Linda Woolverton

Sleeping Beauty (Disney)

Sleeping Beauty (collection of stories)

The Hard Facts of Grimms’ Fairy Tales by Maria Tatar

“How Disney Brought Maleficent to Life — Horns and All”

Denether, the Ruling Steward of Gondor

Under the Skin

#YesAllWomen and #NotAllMen

“You’re Not A Sketch. Say No To Anorexia.” ad

Episode 38: American Mary

Sharon Needles (NSFW)

The Congress

“Instagram Skulls and Slenderman: Why We Need to Stop Blaming Horror for Real Life Evil”

“The Slenderman Stabbing Shows Girls Will Be Girls, Too”

Perfect Shots on Twitter

Episode 55: The Graveyard Shift at Nashville Film Festival (2014)

Episode 55: The Graveyard Shift at Nashville Film Festival

NaFF14NOTES:

Nashville Film Festival

The Graveyard Shift

Proxy

You and the Night

Wild Domestic

Blood Tokoloshe

The Congress

Borgman

The Strange Color of your Body’s Tears

Wetlands

The Last Time I Saw Richard

The Voice Thief

Crystal

Jodorowsky’s Dune v. Dune

Popaganda Episode: Open Source Feminism
The Real World of Technology by Ursula Franklin

Coming to Nashville in April…

So many cool films playing in Nashville this April. If you live in the Middle Tennessee area, we suggest you get your butt to the theater! Some of the films Fem’s excited about:

Nymphomaniac – Opening April 4, Belcourt

Under the Skin – Opening April 11, Belcourt

Full Moon Tattoo and Horror Festival – April 18-20, Nashville Convention Center
The Lost Boys with special guest Corey Feldmen – April 18 at Midnight, Belcourt
Scream with special guest Jamie Kennedy – April 19 at Midnight, Belcourt

Dune x 2 at Belcourt
Jodorowsky’s Dune – TBD
David Lynch’s Dune – April 25 & 26 at Midnight

Kids Shows at Belcourt
Labyrinth – April 19 at 10AM
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – April 26 at 10AM

Nashville Film Festival – April 17-26, Green Hills and Downtown
Graveyard Shift programming – “Mapping the darker parameters of the Nashville Film Festival”
I Believe in Unicorns
Drunktown’s Finest
Blackout: On Swan Pond (documentary) – When a retention wall at a coal fired power plant spilled one billion tons of toxic ash into a small community in East Tennessee, Americans learned coal ash is a problem that has been ignored for decades. Blackout explores the growing energy crisis by examining one community that was affected by the ever increasing need for electricity.

Now for the important question: Which get The Whorer treatment?