This Western Australian film only had two showings at the festival, but I look forward to its wider release, because it’s a little gem that I would definitely see again.
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How To Train Your Dragon is the best family entertainment film since Monsters Inc– pure feel-good escapism.
So that you won’t ever have to find out one day that they have written something like this to a movie studio.
There’s been so much criticism levelled at fans of the Twilight series of supernatural romance novels (as the publicity machine has cranked up for the release of the second film in the franchise) that feminist hackles are rising, because the criticism tends to be along the lines of “See! We told you women are just stupid! Look at what they’re doing now!”
[x-posted from FWD/Forward: Feminists With Disabilities] As a feminist, I am pro-choice. Abortion should be safe, legal, and accessible. As a feminist, I look at more than whether single, individual women have access to abortion. There is a much broader… Read More ›
Someone I very much hope to see on stage next year as he tours and does a few festivals: Tim Minchin. In this brief clip he reviews the film “Donnie Darko” for the benefit of Margaret Pomeranz.