This Month in the Movies: January 2017

We talk about what’s new in the movies this month; we both saw La La Land, hope that Gotham City Sirens will be queer, and recap 2016 women in film.

Recently Watched
Sleeping with Other People (2015) [IMDb]
Tig (2015) [IMDb]
The Intervention (2016) [IMDb]
Before We Go (2014) [IMDb]
Mustang (2015) [IMDb]
La La Land (2016) [IMDb]

New Trailers
My Name is Emily [YouTube]
My Life as a Zucchini [YouTube]
Suck It Up [YouTube]
Lovesong [YouTube]
The Last Word [YouTube]
American Fable [YouTube]

GOTHAM CITY SIRENS Could (And Should) Be An LGBTQ Landmark [Birth.Death.Movies]
Natalie Portman: Ashton Kutcher's salary tripled mine for same movie [Entertainment Weekly]
Karen Gillan’s Feature Film Directorial Debut Begins Production [Chron]
Sundance 2017: 3 movies about women who refuse to behave [Vox]
Women only said 27% of the words in 2016’s biggest movies. [Amber Thomas]
The Rate of Women Working Behind the Scenes in Hollywood in 2016 Is Exactly the Same As 1998 [Vulture]
2016 Celluloid Ceiling Report [San Diego State University]
Hulu’s “Harlots” is Written, Directed, and Produced Entirely by Women [Women in Hollywood]

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