Women In Film Archives

<i>Popeye</i>: The WTF masterstroke in Robert Altman’s filmography  

Awarded 1980’s Worst Picture by the Hastings Bad Cinema Society, Popeye – Robert Altman’s musical adaptation of the beloved Depression-era comic strip and animated cartoon – is an enigma. Read More

Long live <i>Barbarella</i>, Queen of the Galaxy

1968’s Barbarella is an iconic cult masterpiece; one which a half-century after its release continues to incite orgasmic euphoria with its stunning, bizarre art direction, as well as the mesmerizing beauty and buoyant performance of its star, Jane Fonda. Read More

Why <i>The Bodyguard</i> still matters 25 years later

This month of the 1992 romantic thriller The Bodyguard celebrates its 25th anniversary. Read More

<i>Picnic at Hanging Rock</i>: An enduring mystery

"What we see and what we seem is but a dream. A dream within a dream.” Picnic at Hanging Rock is a beguiling, revisionist quasi-horror film conducted with a stylish flare that bestows a haunting, disturbing impression on viewers. Read More

Dolly, Diana, Cher & ABBA: 70s musical divas on the big screen

Many top musical divas of the 1970s found their way to the big screen, but in a fallow period for straight-up musicals they found interesting and diverse projects to utilize their talents. This month we have five glorious divas from different musical back Read More

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