Articles by Ania Ostrowska
Ania Ostrowska passes the editorial baton on to Holly Combe
Ania Ostrowska // 15 July 2016
Ania Ostrowska looks at women on screen and behind the camera at the recent Sheffield Doc/Fest, the UK’s biggest documentary festival
Ania Ostrowska // 8 July 2016
Ania Ostrowska recommends Mustang and chats to women behind The F-Rating and #genesisters
Ania Ostrowska // 15 May 2016
Ania Ostrowska rounds up three recent reports on inequality in the UK film industry
Ania Ostrowska // 10 May 2016
Ania Ostrowska chats to Sophia Luvarà about her first documentary feature Inside the Chinese Closet and recommends you check out the Human Rights Watch Festival where it will soon be screening
Ania Ostrowska // 8 March 2016
Director Magali Pettier and co-producer Jan Cawood talk to Ania about their maverick documentary about farmers who breed sheep in the North Pennines
Ania Ostrowska // 10 January 2016
Interview with Sekiya Dorsett, director of the documentary Women and the Word: The Revival Movie
Ania Ostrowska // 18 November 2015
Underwire festival is back, in its sixth year, and we have some tickets for you!
Ania Ostrowska // 10 November 2015
We're giving away tickets to a special The F-Word screening of Suffragette, in partnership with Vue
Ania Ostrowska // 16 October 2015
To coincide with the release of Suffragette, women were taught self defence in a jiu-jitsu workshop
Ania Ostrowska // 12 October 2015
Ania Ostrowska recommends The Group, a cinematic grandmother of Sex and the City and its cousins
Ania Ostrowska // 6 April 2015
Two years ago documentary filmmaker Mette Reitzel blogged for us about the fascinating project she was working on at the time, inviting The F-Word readers to contribute to the film’s...
Ania Ostrowska // 5 March 2015
March just keeps on giving and I would like to make an addition to my previous feminist films post. It’s been 30 years since Alison Bechdel came up with ‘The...
Ania Ostrowska // 4 March 2015
“Love or hate Girls, Desiree Akhavan currently has what seems like the best job in the world,” says Sophe Mayer introducing her interview with director and lead of Appropriate Behavior,...
Ania Ostrowska // 28 February 2015
Hello film lovers! Hope you’re successfully stumbling through February, this renowned worst month of the year. Traditionally I am not covering the Oscars (for many reasons, but you may check...
Ania Ostrowska // 21 February 2015
Lisa Gornick talks about her unique live drawing comedy show before its impending performance at Soho Theatre
Ania Ostrowska // 6 February 2015
Happy New Film Year! My first offering for you in 2015 is a hilarious lesbian comedy Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?, a debut feature by Anna Margarita Albelo, director of...
Ania Ostrowska // 12 January 2015
Director/producer Diana Whitten and her team introduce their documentary Vessel thus: “Vessel begins with a young doctor who lived by the sea, and an unlikely idea. Rebecca Gomperts, horrified by...
Ania Ostrowska // 6 December 2014
It is virtually impossible to review either Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl or its film adaptation by David Fincher (also based on Flynn’s screenplay) without major spoilers. That’s why we’re...
Ania Ostrowska // 11 November 2014
It’s that time of the year again! Underwire film festival, celebrating shorts by women since 2010, is back in The Yard Theatre in Hackney Wick, London form Tuesday to Saturday....
Ania Ostrowska // 8 November 2014
As our contributor Marta Owczarek says, by now probably “we’ve all heard about fracking” and most of us have heard arguments for and against the procedure (coming from the oil...
Ania Ostrowska // 27 October 2014
BFI London Film Festival opened on Wednesday and I am offering you a very subjective preview by Sophie Mayer, who is is currently writing Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema....
Ania Ostrowska // 10 October 2014
The F-Word is coming to Richard Linklater’s summer blockbuster Boyhood a bit late, but that might be for the better: a smaller danger of spoilers and a bigger chance for...
Ania Ostrowska // 22 September 2014
There are 37,000 Love Hotels in Japan visited by 2.8 million people every day. With unprecedented access to one of them, the Angelo in Osaka, directors Phil Cox and Hikaru...
Ania Ostrowska // 15 September 2014
The F-Word’s contributor Hayley Ellis Jones reviews a 2013 documentary Finding Vivian Maier that you can still catch in selected cinemas. Earlier this year Hayley reviewed another documentary about outstanding...
Ania Ostrowska // 8 September 2014