New Issue of Films for the Feminist Classroom Now Available

Developmentally Edited by Alexandra Hidalgo

Copy Edited & Posted by Sophie Schmidt

Still from Vida Diferida (Life, Deferred)

agnès films is excited to share that the latest issue of Films for the Feminist Classroom. The journal, which has had a long and supportive relationship with our publication, is published by the Department of Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies at Texas Woman’s University.  Featured in this issue is the Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF), which includes interviews with the film festival’s directors. Additionally, Deanna Utroske, a founding editor, reflects on the journal’s first decade and goals for the future. Other articles in the issue include film reviews on titles such as The Revival: Women and the Word, Vida Diferida (Life, Deferred), Grow!, and Bones of Contention. These films and reviews draw upon and highlight the strength of women fighting against sexism, racism, classism, and imperialism.

Films for the Feminist Classroom seeks proposals for film reviews, special features, and lesson plans that include film or video media, as well as suggestions about regional and international film festivals to cover in future issues. See their call for proposals or contact them through email at Find them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter for more updates.