SHE’S ALL THAT: Clarice Starling, 25 years on
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SHE’S ALL THAT: Clarice Starling, 25 years on

This month marks 25 years: 25 years since the release of one of our culture’s most influential films: The Silence of the Lambs. 25 years since we were first blessed with Clarice Starling; her quiet Southern drawl, her diminished stature, her strength. The Silence of the Lambs shunned the horror genre in an attempt to … Continue reading

SPOTLIGHT ON: Cinematographers
Spotlight on / Women Film-makers

SPOTLIGHT ON: Cinematographers

Illustrations by Chloe Leeson ‘Spotlight On’ aims to highlight the efforts and achievements of women across a range of film roles, so each month, we’ll be choosing a department to praise, where SQ writers can talk about their faves. This month is cinematographers Mandy Walker  Mandy Walker is from Melbourne, Australia. Her love of photography and … Continue reading

The International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC)
Spotlight on / Women Film-makers

The International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC)

May’s Spotlight at ScreenQueens is on female cinematographers, and for good reason—did you know in the last ten years, women comprised less than 5% of the cinematographers among the 250 top-grossing films to come out of Hollywood? One group seeks to change that. The International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC) is a collective of professional … Continue reading

One To Watch: Emileigh Potter (Cinematographer)
Spotlight on / Women Film-makers

One To Watch: Emileigh Potter (Cinematographer)

This month at Screen Queens, our spotlight is on female cinematographers! Today we’re highlighting Emileigh Potter, an up-and-coming DP based in Nashville, Tennessee. Check out her reel and support female filmmakers! Emileigh Potter is a senior at Watkins College of Art, Design and Film in pursuit of a BFA concentrating in Cinematography. Before attending Watkins, … Continue reading