Feminism

Muslim in Malaysia
Mary Ntalianis

It was another Monday morning in 2013 when I made my way to Jaya Driving School to attempt to get my driver’s license. It was hot, like most days in Kuala Lumpur, and sitting outside next to a parking lot did not make it any better. Mrs Ang, my petite, grey-haired driving instructor, told me […]

22 August 2017
Soldiers in Petticoats
Mary Ntalianis

‘From Kensington to Billingsgate  One hears the restless cries! From ev’ry corner of the land: “Womankind, arise!” Political equality and equal rights with men! Take heart! For Missus Pankhurst has been clapped in irons again!’ ‘Sister Suffragette’, from Mary Poppins When I watched Mary Poppins as a child, these lyrics went completely over my head. […]

11 May 2017
Through the Looking Glass: Perspectives on Women in Film
Danielle Bagnato

Every Oscar-nominated portrayal of female experience in 2016 was shaped with male hands on the camera

28 February 2016
Feminising the Film Industry
Danielle Bagnato

I have not yet met a female sound recordist. Apparently they need big strong arms. And a penis.

The Enigma of Zines
Danielle Bagnato

Hard to describe and almost impossible to define, zines sit in modern culture with connections to almost everything and anything.

12 February 2016
Review: Summer Skin
Baya Ou Yang

Reading Kirsty Eager’s Summer Skin is like having a drunken conversation with another girl in the bathroom of a nightclub.

20 January 2016