6:30 pm, February 18th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we explore how the lack of family-friendly policies in the US affects the fight for gender equality. While a majority of men and women prefer an egalitarian marriage in which domestic chores are taken on by both partners, in the absence of structural support, most women are forced to cut back or leave the workforce to tend to the home. Is the traditional division of labor avoidable?
12:30 pm, February 5th | by Alison Vingiano
Zero Dark Thirty was one of the best movies I saw this year. The protagonist, Maya, captivated me with her focus and passion. She’s a realistic, interesting character to follow, despite how little we learn about her life outside of her work in the film. The following Monday, still thinking about the film, I read a TIME Magazine piece in which the author interviews Kathryn Bigelow about the movie’s deeply perplexing final shot.
12:30 pm, January 27th | by Laura Donovan
The highly-regarded celebrity acts because she loves it, not because she wants recognition.
11:35 am, August 7th | by Amy Tennery
Filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow follows her acclaimed film The Hurt Locker with Zero Dark Thirty, which chronicles the Navy SEAL team effort to track Osama bin Laden. And while we already had a soft spot for Bigelow, the first woman ever to win the Academy Award for Best Director, the trailer for her new film exceeds our expectations.