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Daniela Vega Is 'A Fantastic Woman'

The transgender actress shares how she developed her character in the Oscar-winning film, 'A Fantastic Woman,' as well as how her family helped her to live out her full identity from an early age.
Coco Romack
5.7.18
Film
Film

Alia Shawkat on Making a Sexy Film That's Not About Sex

In this episode of Broadly Meets, actress Alia Shawkat talks to us about "Duck Butter," her new film in which two women decide to have sex with each other once an hour for 24 hours.
Broadly Staff
5.4.18
movies
movies

The Best Female Revenge Movies to Stream Right Now

Have you heard about our lord and savior Dolly Parton?
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
5.4.18
The Scarlet Letter Reports
The Scarlet Letter Reports

Amanda Knox: What I Learned Meeting Other Women Villainized by the Media

In filming "The Scarlet Letter Reports," I met with women who, like me, have faced vitriolic harassment by the media and the public—and learned so much from their strength and resilience in the face of these attacks.
Amanda Knox
5.1.18
Culture
Culture

The Women in Hollywood Ready to Take Abuse to the Supreme Court

Industry insiders want to use the Civil Rights Act to stop sexual harassment and tackle discrimination against women. Director Maria Giese explains how it would work.
Leila Hawkins
5.1.18
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

Furtive Lesbian Glances Are Vital to My Queer Movie Experience

From "Carol" to "Disobedience," forbidden lovers express their desire with surreptitious, lingering looks—and inspire a potent nostalgia for some of us.
Jill Gutowitz
5.1.18
Reel Women
Reel Women

'Girlfriends' Gets Compared to Woody Allen's Work—But It's Far, Far Better

Claudia Weill's 1978 film receives constant comparison to Allen's oeuvre, but it should be held up as a pioneer of female friendship movies like "Frances Ha."
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.30.18
Film
Film

Rachel Weisz on Her Forbidden Romance with Rachel McAdams

The "Disobedience" star tells Broadly about portraying repressed queer desire in an Orthodox Jewish community.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.27.18
Film
Film

The Rachel Dolezal Documentary Is a Hollow, Manipulative Spectacle

'The Rachel Divide' paints a sympathetic picture of Dolezal without responsibly engaging with the realities of race in America. It's very clear that this film is not for Black women such as myself.
Zoé Samudzi
4.24.18
Reel Women
Reel Women

'Let the Sunshine In' is the Nihilistic Love Ballad We Deserve

Claire Denis' latest film follows Juliette Binoche as she searches for hope in the bleak hell of dating.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
4.23.18
Film
Film

Amy Schumer on the Controversy Surrounding 'I Feel Pretty'

The comedian sat down with Broadly to discuss the backlash against her recent film, and why she thinks critics should still give it a shot.
Broadly Staff
4.20.18
Culture
Culture

The Trans Performance Artist Who Vomited on Susan Sarandon

Rose Wood is the no-holds-barred headliner at The Box, the notorious nightclub in New York and London—and now she's the star of the documentary "Miss Rosewood."
Victor P Corona
4.19.18