Month: June 2017
Melissa Silverstein weighs in on Wonder Woman’s success
IN AN ARTICLE for Variety, Melissa Silverstein, founder and publisher of Women and Hollywood wrote, “I think this summer has made it clear that there are less true movie stars than people thought.” She continued,…
Alyssa Bresnahan’s new play featured in The New York Times
ALYSSA BRESNAHAN’S NEW play, Napoli, Brooklyn presented by the Roundabout Theater Company, has been on the receiving end of rave reviews, including The New York Times. Click…
Rebecca Harrell Tickell, Actress/Producer
Rebecca Harrell Tyckell's acting career began at a very young age. She went from performing in school plays in Vermont to New York, where at the tender of age of 9, she got a starring role in the Christmas movie classic Prancer. It was on to L.A. and more film and tv roles. In 2007 she moved from acting to pursue her dream of combining environmental activism, filmmaking and production. She and her future husband Josh Tyckell joined forces and through their company Green Planet Productions, have made several documentaries that focus on social causes. We cover a lot of ground in our conversation with this creative, committed, passionate woman.
A few days left to contribute to Vicious Women by Jennifer Lee
JENNIFER LEE’S NEW film, Vicious Women, is a documentary about an Atlanta lesbian couple fighting to save the environment in their rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. There are still a few days left to contribute to their kickstarter campaign. Click…
Erin McKeown, Singer-Songwriter
Talk about creativity! Singer, multi-instrumentalist, writer, producer Erin McKeown is known as an artist who dispenses with stylistic boundaries. Her music includes pop, swing, rock, folk, electronic. Erin, who's performed here, there and everywhere has released 9 studio albums. She has also worked closely with a range of non-profits focusing on passion for media justice and immigration reform. Here's yet another 'not to be missed' conversation.