The Art of Yearning in Lesbian Cinema

“WLW are deeply intimate with the quiet and soft expression of yearning and no filmmaker encapsulates this better than Céline Sciamma.”

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The Césars 2020: A Shameful Evening for French Cinema

The evening was one of thick, palpable tension, propagated by tone-deaf jokes, unresponsive calling-out, and a lack of solidarity with those who were affected the most by nominations.

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REVIEW: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ Teaches us Patience is a Virtue

French director, Céline Sciamma, delves away from the younger protagonists centres from her previous works to bring us Portrait of a Lady of Fire, an intimate look at a whirlwind lesbian romance in 18th Century France.

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Before Portraits, There Were Water Lilies: Céline Sciamma’s Own Retrospective

“We’re having cramps every month! No one gives a fuck!”

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Lesbian Love as Invention: Céline Sciamma’s ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ (2019)

In Portrait of a Lady on Fire, art acts as its own metaphysical language.

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