The “MIX TAPE” block of short films at Citizen Jane Film Festival offered a full range of emotions in stellar short films.
Recipients included the True/False Film Fest, Show-me State Games and Art in the Park.
The film, following two teenage girls in desperate need of cash, was a hit Saturday night at Citizen Jane Film Festival.
“High Fantasy” comments on the nature of friendship, experience and reaching the perspectives of those closest to us.
While the film’s plot and filmmaking leave more to be desired, Wanuri Kahiu’s tender exploration of sexuality feels groundbreaking nonetheless.
Featuring a racially diverse cast and filmed by an all-women crew, this movie follows a flawed but well-meaning family after the death of a beloved dog.
Stephens’ fashion exhibition places three key designers in the spotlight.
The collection of short films highlights the incredible work of female filmmakers on Vimeo.
Nia DaCosta’s debut feature opens Citizen Jane with messages of women’s rights, social status and the importance of family.
The essay collection follows the lives and careers of historical female filmmakers.
Over the years, the internationally-known Citizen Jane Film Festival has strengthened the community of women in film.
The film shown at Citizen Jane Film Festival brings the lives of female lighthouse workers in the 1870s into the spotlight.
This Citizen Jane film helps viewers understand their privilege of education.
The movie explores the moral ambiguity of teenage transgressions.
The film follows the lives of three women over the span of one week in their quest to find wedding dates.
Citizen Jane Film Festival, an all women’s film festival, continues in Columbia for another round of great.
The festival, featuring films made by female filmmakers, runs ‘til Sunday.
MOVE reviews “Meet the Patels.”
MOVE reviews “I Believe in Unicorns,” playing at Citizen Jane this weekend.
MOVE chats with Kat Candler, director of the festival’s opening film.