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The truth is there always going to be someone who imitates you. And no, I am no talking about the people, who write you a thank note saying how much
When we talk about films, we immediately turn towards Hollywood. Inevitable; unless you attended a BA in Film and Arts. But where do you go when you are looking for the best women filmmakers? Europe enters the competition here and we've decided to line up the 5 best contemporary women
Beauty has turned into a rather controversial subject over past few years with different groups stating different philosophies on what beauty is. There is a scientific approach to beauty that tells us how symmetry is perceived as beauty. Perception of attractiveness is also attributed to the judgment of finding someone
The brilliance of womanhood will ever continue to surprise and perplex the world in a dozen of languages. The unfettered glory of timeless beauty, unmatched strength to face the hardships of life, intelligence and compassion joins to make every woman fascinating and unique. I invite you to elaborate on this
How do we ensure gender equality in filmmaking? How do we empower women in filmmaking? Do we make a special award for women? Do we create special festivals only for women? And how do we encourage filmmakers to empower women through their movies? Being a judge of an online film
A burgeoning filmmaker, Savannah Rodgers is a part of the “small, but mighty” Kansas City filmmaking scene in Kansas, MO. She is a film student at the University of Kansas and acts on the Board of Directors for Kansas City Women in Film and Television. Also, she is the film
When we look at a product, we appreciate its design, color, texture and often stop at that. We are unaware of the story behind it, the artisan who made it. Sumeera Rasul along with her sister Nadia Rasul, both of Pakistani ancestry, came up with the innovative idea to develop
Sleepovers and ballet classes; who needs more than that?
Ballet was something I always did. From as far back as I can remember, I danced ballet. It was never something I thought of doing professionally, though. It was just something I did because I liked it. I’d go to school, play
Here are 7 books that our regular contributors read today. What's on YOUR list?
Afaf is reading: The Winner Stands Alone - Paulo Coelho
A familiar quote to most of us. A quote we hear from people around us when things get difficult. It's a lesson that is hard to understand or figure out
Her Story features women who have taken unique and innovative routes to success. These are the stories of women who didn’t “do it by the book” or “get it all right”, and yet realized their goals and did… well… what we all basically wish we could do.
This is the story of Agnieszka