‘Lady Bird’: Greta Gerwig’s ode to mothers, daughters, and Sacramento

In a year that will chiefly be remembered as the year that began an equality movement in Hollywood, it is important to underscore the significance of these auteurs’ achievements. From Dee Rees’s success with Mudbound, to Rachel Morrison’s historic Oscar nomination for cinematography (making her the first and only woman nominated for the category), to… Read More ‘Lady Bird’: Greta Gerwig’s ode to mothers, daughters, and Sacramento

Masterful performances lead ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’

It is in the unwavering spirit McDormand’s Mildred displays — one as impressive as it is incredibly sad — that the actress soars: as a performer, as a woman, and above all else, as a mother.

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