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Jodie Turner-Smith is Anne Boleyn, Reveiw
It’s hard to miss the glint in Anne’s eyes as she circles Jane standing at a lectern in the period drama Anne Boleyn. Like a feline predator with keen senses, Anne detects deceit and lies around the demure young woman and Anne’s hackles are especially heightened as...
Insight to Industry Podcast Hair & Make-Up
Annie Little Hair & Make Up Artist“…for me as a black woman, (working on Small Axe) was literally like seeing my uncles, my aunts, my brothers, my family; it was quite touching and quite emotional on some days…” Follow Annie Little: Annie Little Hair...
Get your social media game on!
Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Tik-Tok, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, WeChat, WhatsApp. Social media channels are plenty and, the numbers are still growing as the Internet adapts and changes according to our usage. Things were once much simpler. As what we...
BAFTA TV Nominations, our rundown
John Boyega is up for 'Best Actor' for his part in the BBC co-produced 'Small Axe' in the BAFTA telly awards. Michaela Coel's 'I May Destroy You' is up for BAFTA telly awards.The 2021 BAFTA TV nominations are in and here’s our brief rundown of what’s up. Film director...
Keeping the social media feed alive!
As Women Of The Lens branches out into providing social media management services, we begin a series featuring social media hacks to help you get started with your online content journey.Keeping social media content fresh, current and informed can be frustrating for...
Andra Day is Billie Holiday in Lee Daniels Film
Golden Globe award-winner Andra Day as icon Billie Holiday (image credit: Hulu)“…Jazz music is the devil’s work and that’s why this Holiday woman’s gotta be stopped…”Starring Golden Globes winner Andra Day and directed by Lee Daniels, ‘The United States Vs Billie...
Lockdown love story to chase away loneliness blues
It’s going to be very interesting to see the types of stories we’ll be seeing that dissect the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns (the number of which depends upon the country you live in). We’ve already started to see documentaries, one in the form of 76 Days,...
The Digital Lives of British Black Women
British Black women are short-changed when it comes to documenting their impact in the media. Dr. Francesca Sobande’s new book begins to highlight this oversight.
Film Festivals Now Even More Important
The year 2020 has left its trace across all sectors of the entertainment industry, independent film included. This year has however brought opportunity and many of the behemoths that dominated film are finding that they're facing competition and a re-drawing of lines...
Film festivals play a big role in rebuilding the film industry
"...Thanks to technology there were many online festivals, and this gives us hope to filmmakers that nothing can stop us to film!.." Amreen Ghouse directs a heartwarming story about how one little girl lets stereotypes get the...
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