• Disobedience Is A Slow-Burning Portrait of Grief, Love and Community

    Disobedience Is A Slow-Burning Portrait of Grief, Love and Community0

    Disobedience Sebastián Lelio (director), Danny Cohen (cinematographer), Nathan Nugent (editor) Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, Alessandro Nivola (cast) Adapted from the Naomi Alderman novel Disobedence by Sebastián Lelio and Rebecca Lenkiewicz September 10, 2017 (TIFF) Sebastián Lelio made two films this year about women being denied access to the formal grieving process of their society. In

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  • Previously on Comics… C2E2’s Erotic Judgements, and More

    Previously on Comics… C2E2’s Erotic Judgements, and More1

    What’s been happening in comics? Our Kat Overland, editor of small press reviews here at WWAC, is quoted in the NYT’s report on America Chavez; a Zora Neal Hurston biography upset (which our Brenda reviewed here) comes quick on the heels of Island #15 (who should draw who, and how? This should be asked, and opportunities

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  • Alan Turing Pardoned, Pussy Riot Given Amnesty–gee, thanks patriarchy!

    Alan Turing Pardoned, Pussy Riot Given Amnesty–gee, thanks patriarchy!0

    • December 27, 2013

    On Christmas Eve, Elizabeth Windsor issued a royal pardon, only the fourth of her reign. Long-deceased WW2 codebreaker and international science hero Alan Turing was being pardoned for, well, being gay. For his crimes, Turing was offered a choice between two punishments: chemical castration and imprisonment. He chose castration and suffered greatly because of it. The estrogen

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  • Stephanie O’Donnell interview0

    • November 11, 2013

    Stephanie O’Donnell is a long-established webcomic artist currently working with Greg Carter on Perfect Agent. You might know her work from the Original Nutty Funsters, or you may remember her post Part of the Problem on our own site a while back. Like many of our readers and featured interviewees, Stephanie is eager to demolish the

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