Career, Diversity, Feminism, jobs, Movies

USC Annenberg’s Annual Hollywood Inequality Study is Out and… It’s Business As Usual

I love studies. It's dorky, but I really do. Mainly I love them because I like to back up my opinions with facts- especially my opinions about representation in the entertainment industry. Just earlier today, USC Annenberg (as part of the Media Diversity Social Change Initiative) released Inequality in 900 Popular Films- an ongoing study… Continue reading USC Annenberg’s Annual Hollywood Inequality Study is Out and… It’s Business As Usual

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Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies

THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES: Review

This is your one and only life. What do you wanna tell people about it? Netflix is on a role with its original films. Tonight, I watched a film I have been anticipating for months now, The Incredible Jessica James. The critically acclaimed film debuted at Sundance this year, and showcased the charisma and talent… Continue reading THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES: Review

Feminism, Introverts, Personal, relationships, Social

How “Perpetual Singleness” Lead Me to Liberation and a Journey to Self Acceptance

This isn't a movie or entertainment post today, but I think it is very fitting with the name of my blog- The Cinema Soloist. It's been on my mind, and I decided to share it. My blog was founded on my solo adventures in film and life, and I've often thought about the fact that there… Continue reading How “Perpetual Singleness” Lead Me to Liberation and a Journey to Self Acceptance

Entertainment, Feminism, Personal, Social, Television

GOOD GIRLS REVOLT Review: When the Past Become Modern

I had been seeing ads all over my Facebook for Good Girls Revolt. As someone who loves 60's history and fashion, I decided to give this show a look. It's available for streaming on Amazon Prime! I  began watching the show prior to the election, but after the election it became all the more relevant.… Continue reading GOOD GIRLS REVOLT Review: When the Past Become Modern

Career, Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism

NO COMPROMISE: A Lesson From Mila Kunis

On November 2nd, Mila Kunis penned an open letter for A Plus on sexism in Hollywood, and some of her personal experiences with unnamed producers. It's no secret that there are double standards in the workforce, especially in the entertainment industry. Many industries are primarily "Boys' Clubs" where women are paid less, and subject to… Continue reading NO COMPROMISE: A Lesson From Mila Kunis

Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies, Social

THE HANDMAIDEN: Solo at the Cinema Review

Happy Halloween and happy day off (for me at least)! I'm really excited about the films that are coming out in the next couple of months. Summer is where most of the studio tentpoles are released, but Fall and Winter are where we see awards season contenders- the films that people claim that "no one"… Continue reading THE HANDMAIDEN: Solo at the Cinema Review

Diversity, Entertainment, Feminism, Film, Movies, Travel

AMERICAN HONEY: Solo at the Cinema Review

Hello friends! It's that time again! Another Solo at the Cinema! It's been two months, which is pretty shameful because it's one of the main reasons I started this blog in the first place. I had a rare day off finally. I was originally planning another day trip to L.A., but my bank account said… Continue reading AMERICAN HONEY: Solo at the Cinema Review