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Animation Insiders Demand an End to Sexism and Harassment in the Animation Industry Today

By CinemaSiren | October 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

A letter was sent today by 217 women and non-gender conforming folk to over a dozen studios demanding change and an end to sexual harassment and sexism in the animation industry.  Included on the list of recipients are executives at Disney, Sony Pictures Animation, Cartoon Network, DreamWorks Animation, and Warner Bros. Signatures are from people …

The Florida Project: This Indie is a Terrific yet Tough Watch

By CinemaSiren | October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

The buzz on The Florida Project is nearly deafening.  This feature film by Tangerine director Sean Baker is the story of six-year-old Moonee (Brooklynn Price) and her summer escapades and adventures navigating childhood as one of the hidden homeless. She lives in Orlando with her mother Halley (newcomer Bria Vinaite, who the director discovered on …

The Glorious Labor of LOVING VINCENT; film review and interview with the co-directors

By CinemaSiren | October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Loving Vincent is the first fully oil painted feature film.  The brainchild of two filmmakers who have worked in animation, special effects, and live action, the film breaks new ground, while being visually stunning and driving a story about the last few weeks in the life an artist who died penniless but is now one …

Human Flow Review and Exclusive Interview with World Renowned Artist Ai Weiwei

By CinemaSiren | October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

World famous artist Ai Weiwei has released a documentary about the global refugee crisis-Read Cinema Siren’s review and exclusive interview: Human Flow is a new documentary directed and driven by world-renowned artist and activist Ai Weiwei. Although he has been making films for decades, this is his first to have a theatrical release. Human Flow …

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women Review: Great Hera, it’s Hot!

By CinemaSiren | October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Such timeliness!  Such hotness! Such consent!  Yes, the story of the man and women behind the making of Wonder Woman, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, written and directed by Angela Robinson, is being released this weekend. Wow, is it a fun, fascinating look at folks in the 40s getting their freak on!  Well, not …