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The exact number vary, but many studies find that women make up a drastically low number of film directors. One study (via Variety) puts it at 7%; another (via Forbes) at only 4.1%. Most people would struggle to name ten female directors - there’s Kathryn Bigelow, Sofia Coppola, Ava DuVernay, Angelina Jolie….and…well...hmmm. Of course, there are many, many women who direct films but haven’t reached household name recognition yet. So we are super excited that New York's annual Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History (Oct. Read More
Agnès Varda and Jane Birkin in Jane B. par Agnès V. “The mystery of distribution is incredible,” 87-year-old French director and film legend Agnès Varda says on the phone from her hotel room in Chicago. She’s speaking of her two films created in close collaboration with Jane Birkin, Jane B. par Agnes V. and Kung-Fu Master. The films, now restored, are being shown in the United States at New York’s Lincoln Plaza Cinema for one week only, October 16-22. Read More
  "Women of Letters" is fucking hilarious. Laughing, crying, peeing yourself hilarious. When it’s not being hilarious, it’s moving you in ways you didn’t think were possible outside the shit romantic comedies that you totally don’t watch and definitely don’t cry at. A monthly event in NYC (and also in Australia, where it originated), "Women of Letters" presents a group of female writers, actresses, prominent intellectuals, and all around badass ladies, who read letters they have written to that month’s topic. Read More
Kitten N' Lou are coming to New York! The self-described “diminutive drag king and a bodacious burlesque queen” will bring their fabulous, campy, showbiz-tastic performance “Kitten N' Lou: Overexposed” to Joe’s Pub in NYC on October 21st and 28th - and you could see them for free! We’re giving away two pairs of two tickets for the October 21st show. To enter, just retweet or share this post on Twitter or Instagram, tagging @bust_magazine (Twitter, Instagram) and using the hashtag #KittenNLou. Read More
  Some women have family, friends, priests, rabbis, psychologists or support groups to guide them through their breast cancer diagnosis and recovery. Amy Marcs has Barbie. The iconic plastic doll plays a major role in Amy’s one-woman comedy show “Nice Tits," directed by Peter Michael Marino and currently playing at the Pit in NYC. For Amy, Barbie is both a no-nipple role model and a self-esteem-boosting hallucination. Read More