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Introduction to Women Writers Week 2024 | Features




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I’m not going to speculate too much about why so many of our beloved contributors wanted to write about horror, this year, but we had a number, all with exceptional insight and context.  Ashley Bardhan looks at the popular convention of the “final girl” in horror movies, Beth Accomando discusses of body horror in 2023’s “Dead Ringers,” Gabrielle Moss discusses the many new “Frankenstein” variations, as does Lisa Fox with thoughts on “Lisa Frankenstein” and “Poor Things,” and Olivia Collette shares her thoughts on “Poor Things” as it relates to the common movie trope of “born sexy yesterday.”

I’m always glad to have our writers take a deeper look, and so we have appreciations of great films like “The Straight Story” (Ally Johnson), “In America” (Valerie Kalfrin), “Bob Marley: One Love” (Niani Scott), “Napoleon Dynamite” and characters on the spectrum (Violet LeVoit), “Closer” (Jourdain Searles), “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” (Lauren Coates), and the Marilyn Monroe classic “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (Laura Boyes). For those who know Lily Gladstone only from “Killers of the Flower Moon,” Courtland Jacoby has an appreciation that will tell fans where they can find more from this exceptional actor. Nea Ching looked back at “Priscilla” and “Virgin Suicides” director Sofia Coppola.  Jana Monji interviewed members of Hollywood’s Costume Designers Guild. Carla Renata looks back on women in the film industry in 2023 and Cristina Escobar writes about Latinas in film. Lawyer and journalist Ashley Merryman gives us a list of some of her favorite movies about the law.

Sherin Nicole has an essay about sci-fi heroines whose predictions have come true that will have you wondering which gizmo will be a part of our lives next. Mira Singer, whose impeccable copy editing was essential to Women Writers Week, wrote about redemption in movies, focusing on the original animated “Avatar” that inspired the new live action series. Danielle Mathias wrote movingly about growing up as a queer kid looking for representation like we got last year in “Bottoms.” We also have some great interviews. Hannah and Cailin Loesch interviewed actor/writer/producer Brit Marling and Maureen Bharoocha, director of “The Plank.” Kerensa Cadenas interviewed Julio Torres, writer, director, and star of the new film, “Problemista.”  I interviewed Gary Lane and Camille Hardman, directors of a new documentary about the making of the beloved classic, “9 to 5.”

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