Episode 26: Mudbound

In their latest episode the girls view MUDBOUND, dir. Dee Rees. Discussed: intersectionality, Rachel Morrisson’s cinematography nomination, and the way diversity behind the camera influences not only how stories are told, but which stories are told in the first place.

BFFC Film of the Week: Mudbound

This week on Bad Feminist Film Club: Mudbound (2017), dir. DEE REES. As we announced a few weeks ago, this season we’re focusing on female directors, particularly female directors of color, in an effort to educate ourselves and our listeners on the diverse array of women creating cinema today. This week, BFFC will be watching…

Episode 25: Proud Mary

In the Season 3 kickoff, BFFC examines PROUD MARY, an action film doing its best to sabotage itself. Discussed: great actors getting stuck with bad movies, the film’s strange editing and pacing, and the publicity (or lack thereof) leading up to the film’s release. Also: Taraji P Henson’s triple threat of great acting, great physicality,…

Season 3 Announcement!

Welcome to Season 3 of the Bad Feminist Film Club! Our official theme this season will be FEMALE DIRECTORS – you know, the people we as a feminist film podcast should know about, but don’t? We’re adding some new features like weekly episode announcements, minisodes, and other goodies to help you join in on our…

Episode 24: STAR WARS EP VIII: The Last Jedi

In their Season 2 finale, the girls mull over Star Wars Episode VIII: THE LAST JEDI. They’ll discuss the multi-layered messaging of the film, why heroes must die for the sake of story, and whether Snoke has the best interior designer this side of Cloud City.

Episode 23: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The girls take an extensive look at their favorite Marvel movie, CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER. Discussed: letting male stars be sad, whether this is actually the Black Widow movie we were hoping for, and which is more tragic: Bucky Barnes or Clint’s haircut in the new Vanity Fair “Infinity War” spread.

Episode 22: Justice League

The girls give DC another chance with JUSTICE LEAGUE. Discussion includes Batman’s Extra™ all-black jet, Wonder Woman’s “skirt”, letting male stars smile and of course, Ezra Miller, ray of light in a dark, dark world.