THE FUTURE IS FEMALE

THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 01. April 2020
Cesars ceremony, Cannes 2020, French Cinema
Every year the very official Centre du Cinéma Français (CNC) publishes its report on the state of French cinema. The last available report published by the CNC is that of 2018: Out of the total number of films that have been released in France, there are: 75% male directors, 23% female directors, 2% mixed.
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 23. March 2020
The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Gabrielle Dubois
Depression, insanity, they're not my favorite subjects. So why did I buy this short story? Because the bookseller recommended it to me... and she did the right thing, this book is a masterpiece!
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 20. March 2020
Gabrielle Dubois female storyteller
#female #author #writer #storyteller #thefutureisfemale #womanhood
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 11. March 2020
#Gabrielle #Dubois
We do live in a men's world and it is high time women were allowed to sing it.
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 08. March 2020
The wrong Kind of WOmen, Naomi McDouagll Jones
This book is a survey of the American film industry and particularly Hollywood. Basically, it's not pretty, really, really not pretty at all... especially for women, whether they are storytellers, directors or actresses.
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 10. October 2019
I have always worked to earn a living for myself and my children. So far, nothing extraordinary. I have a physically exhausting job, which requires carrying a lot of weight at arm's length. Arthrosis is present in all my joints. For 15 years, it has found my body very welcoming! I feel like a rusty iron robot. Six years ago, when I started writing the novels that had always invaded my head, I had to write them at night, on Sunday afternoons after work, and every hour I could pick up here and...
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 10. October 2019
Dorothy Bussy, Olivia
I read Olivia, by Olivia in its very first 1949 edition. I made researches to know who Olivia could be and I found: Dorothy Bussy (1865-1960), English, published three works, only one of them was a novel: Olivia in 1949. She has it published under the pseudonym Olivia. In my 1949 edition, the name Dorothy Bussy is not even mentioned.
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 16. September 2019
In the previous century, in the previous millennium, in the 1970s, when I was a child, there was only one television, only one screen at home. Please excuse this clarification. It may be necessary for eighteen and twenty year olds like my children who believe that the Internet, computers, smart phones, screens of all kinds have always existed and have always been a common and family use! So we had only one television to which access, in my family, was very strictly regulated. I had been allowed...
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 30. August 2019
I started this book without knowing what it was about, and very little commitment to read it because of the cover: a painting by Meredith Frampton, Portrait of a young Woman
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE · 26. August 2019
Colonne de la Victoire berlin
In August, I spent one week in Berlin and Potsdam, Germany, with my family. During this stay rich in historical and cultural visits, moments of relaxation and surprises, I of course found time to read. I read Call me Woman, by Ellen Kuzwayo (1914-2006).

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