Tag: Miranda July
Rearview Mirror: “Me and You and Everyone We Know”
Less profound than personal, we revisit Miranda July’s debut feature 15 years later.
The New Breed of Collaborative Filmmaking in “Madeline’s Madeline”
Filmmaker Josephine Decker and breakout star Helena Howard discuss instinct, improv, and the power dynamics of a director-actor bond.
The “Where’s the Women” Cure: More Great Recent Films from Women Directors
A supplement to the BFI’s (very white, very male) list of the the twenty-first century’s 100 Greatest Films.
Shifting The Field: “The First Bad Man”
The submissive and aggressive quirks of Miranda July’s debut novel.
WATCH: Sleater-Kinney Enlists a Bunch of Friends to Sing “No Cities to Love” in New Video
Sleater-Kinney‘s newest music video proves that sometimes famous friends are the best kind of friends. For the first music video promoting their upcoming album, the…
WATCH: Sleater-Kinney Returns With “Bury Our Friends” Video, Announces New Album
Sleater-Kinney is finally good and unrested. Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss have announced No Cities To Love, their first album as Sleater-Kinney in…
Miranda July Upgrades Old-Fashioned Telegrams With New App
Writer-director-actress Miranda July doesn’t believe technological communication should replace human interaction, but she also knows that phones are something we use every day. It’s these…