Cinema Femme is a magazine that voices the female film experience through personal essays and interviews, accompanied by illustration and design.
CINEMA FEMME IS MORE THAN A MAGAZINe, WE ARE A MOVEMENT.
Our mission is to create a place for female and female-identifying individuals to voice and express their film experience. We support and highlight diverse representation in film, so that ultimately more female-focused films can get the attention they deserve.
Each issue is focused on one film we’re passionate about and believe needs to be examined even more deeply through a female lens. Our first issue was focused on Sofia Coppola’s “The Virgin Suicides” (1999), and included essays and reflections on what the film accomplished and what it meant to each writer and artist. Read our latest issue at cinemafemme.com/magazine and learn about what’s coming up for 2019 at cinemafemme.com/comingup.