After a brief conversation with the team at Unicef Ireland, they asked if I could pen some thoughts on cinema’s treatment of women on-screen and particularly, how Ghostbusters is an infectious and smart alternative.
On the surface, it’s a musical theatre performance about a young working-class boy who likes to dance. Instead, it is a plot line that extends far beyond such simplicity due to its complex treatment of masculinity, community and childhood.
An F-Rated film must be directed and produced by a woman and actresses must have a significant role on-screen. Holly Tarquini is the Director of the Bath Film Festival, the founder of the F-Rating and a feminist.
General Manager of Soppexcca, Fátima discusses how power, confidence and gender equality is vital to the success of a union of 18 coffee co-operatives in northern Nicaragua.
With just days until they retire their pop up shop, Sinéad Burke chats with Sonia Reynolds and Francie Duff, founders of STABLE of Ireland.
Opening to rave reviews from the New York Times, Sinéad Burke meets Whit Stillman, the director of the latest Austen adaptation, ‘Love and Friendship’.
MOJO, meaning mobile journalism, is a new buzzword that is becoming increasingly popular with those who work online and in traditional media but what does it mean and more importantly, how does one become a mobile journalist?
In 2016, how do women view legacy and how do they aspire to mould Ireland’s future and the lives of those around us? 16 women tell their story.
Sinéad Gleeson is the co-founder of The Anti Room, the presenter of The Book Show on RTÉ Radio One, editor of ‘The Long Gaze Back’ and a bit of rockstar.
Interested in how a woman’s body changes as she holds a handbag, fashion graduate Andrew Bell created ‘Pulling Strings’ – an extraordinary fashion exhibition housed in Dublin’s Steambox Gallery.