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Women Writers Week 2020: Table of Contents

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    This week, all of our content on the site is written by women. We'll update this table of contents page with links to new pieces as they go up.


    Welcome to Women Writers Week 2020 by Chaz Ebert 

    Meet the Writers of Women Writers Week 2020 by Chaz Ebert


    Bacurau by Monica Castillo

    The Banker by Monica Castillo

    The Burnt Orange Heresy by Whitney Spencer

    Extra Ordinary by Roxana Hadadi

    First Cow by Allison Shoemaker

    Hope Gap by Christy Lemire

    The Hunt by Monica Castillo

    Onward by Christy Lemire

    Run This Town by Arielle Bernstein

    Spenser Confidential by Kristy Puchko

    Swallow by Justine Smith

    The Way Back by Sheila O'Malley

    The Wild Goose Lake by Tomris Laffly


    Be Angry: Ken Loach on Sorry We Missed You by Tomris Laffly

    Variety is What Feeds Me: A Conversation with Winston Duke by Allison Shoemaker

    We Want to Tell Personal Stories at Pixar: Head of Story Kelsey Mann on Onward by Nell Minow


    An Ode to Supernatural by Sheila O'Malley

    Femininity and OCD in Swallow by Mary Beth McAndrews

    Hate Breeds Hate: Why Adolf Hitler is Wearing a Plains Indian Headdress in Jojo Rabbit by Shea Vassar

    How Trump and #MeToo Have Scared Us into the New Decade by Candice McMillan

    J'ai faim!!!: A Cutting Movie About Women On Absurd Diets by Olivia Collette

    Just in the Minuscule Things That Happen in a Day: Kelly Reichardt on First Cow by Nell Minow

    Lighting the Torches of Others: A Celebration of Gloria Steinem by Joyce Kulhawik

    Max von Sydow: 1929-2020 by Roxana Hadadi

    On Mona May, The Queen of '90s Fashion by Abbey Bender

    On Natalie Portman's Statement Dress at the 2020 Oscars by Carrie Rickey

    Performing Reality in the Iranian Courtroom-Style Drama Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness by Roxana Hadadi

    Vitalina Varela, Wings of Desire, and Solitude by Justine Smith

    When the Worlds of Film Criticism and Acting Collide to Inform and Educate Audiences by Carla Renata

    Whispered Fears: The Quiet Place of Parenting by Valerie Kalfrin

    Women Hold Key Positions in Chapel Hill's Film Fest 919 by Sarah Knight Adamson

    By: The Editors
    Posted: March 11, 2020, 2:55 pm


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