Just two minutes into Charli XCX’s documentary about feminism in pop, The F Word And Me, Charli is seen doing press before her set at the Glastonbury Festival in London. After a female reporter asks her which essential item she’d bring...Show More Summary
How cool is it to see an actual woman on actual TV reframing the narrative and talking about how it's a good thing to be considered intimidating?
In honor of the classic post-Thanksgiving documentary Harvest of Shame, we encourage Americans to start a new holiday tradition watching documentaries.
The Keep is often referred to as Michael Mann’s horror film. While it can be argued that Manhunter is infinitely more frightening, with The Keep, Mann took influences from German expressionism and Hammer horror to create a dreamlikeShow More Summary
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The music industry is changing, and British pop star Charli XCX is a great example of that. She's smart, sexy, talented -- in addition to her own songs, she's written megahits for Iggy Azalea and Icona Pop -- and entirely in control of her message. She's a capital-F Feminist, and she made a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Charli XCX: The F-Word and Me Charli XCX
This is a story I never expected to cover twice. Two years ago, I did an article about Shane MacGowan, frontman for The Pogues, and how he was appealing to fans for advice on dental reconstruction for his infamously horrible set of chompers. Show More Summary
Rolling Stone reports that Naughty By Nature is down with the O.P.P.-ortunity offered by latest outbreak of ’90s nostalgia, and has announced plans for a new EP and a 25th-anniversary tour in early 2016. The group, which livened up the otherwise dismal ’90sFest, has been covering ground on an international tour leg, but will return to the U.S. Show More Summary
Charli XCX's documentary The F Word and Me – with the f-word in this case standing for feminism – premiered Tuesday on BBC 3. While touring in support of her 2014 LP Sucker, XCX interviewed fellow artists at each festival stop to "find out what feminism really means and to see...
The music industry can oftentimes make you feel worthless, especially if you're a woman. That's why Charli XCX harnessed her self-proclaimed "pussy power" for a new BBC documentary called The F Word, which aired in the U.K. Tuesday night. It's a 40-minute tour diary that features conversations with dozens of... More »
LONDON — Singer, songwriter and all-round Queen Charli XCX has made a documentary about feminism, and it's all you ever dreamed of and more See also: Ariana Grande has no time for your sexist bullsht Charlie XCX: The F-Word and Me aired...Show More Summary
Watch Charli XCX's Revealing BBC Documentary About What It's Like To Be A Woman In Music
The film “avoids presenting Filin as a martyr. Instead it gives voice to dancers who describe him as biased and imperious, and highlights Filin’s tense rapport with the Bolshoi’s general director Vladimir Urin, appointed by the Kremlin in September 2013 to put the house in order.
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In “Quay,” a 10-minute documentary by Christopher Nolan about avant-garde animators Stephen and Timothy Quay, the Inception director tours the twin brothers’ studio, getting a good look at the grubby mirrors, vintage equipment, and curious props they like to use. Show More Summary
Over the summer, while she was touring in support of last year’s Sucker and playing festivals like Glastonbury and Lollapalooza, Charli XCX filmed a 42-minute documentary about feminism — “the real f-word” — and what it’s like to be a woman in the music industry, a frequent interview question that Charli says is “annoying, but […]
Charli XCX is the subject of a new BBC Three documentary. "Charli XCX: The F-Word and Me" follows the singer around the world on tour as she explores the intersection between feminism and pop. She also chats with Marina and the Diamonds, Jack Antonoff, and Ryn Weaver. Watch it below. Watch Charli XCX show us her studio on Pitchfork.tv:
Kevin Costner will be giving voice to every wince, slap and ouch you see and will narrate The Hurt Business, a new documentary about the world of ultimate fighting that shines a light on the daily lives of some of the sport’s top fighters,...Show More Summary
Well, this is wonderful—Jason Scott, creator of the GET LAMP documentary and tireless historian in the service of games, is releasing a huge trove of scans from the archives of Infocom veteran Steve Meretzky. Infocom, of course, was a leading developer of mysterious and beautifully-written computer text adventure games in the 1980s. Show More Summary