Magazine: Film: Stardust & Moonbeams
Stardust & Moonbeams
wouldn’t you love to . . . Grab the Camera. Change the View Enjoy the View. Finally
. . . a Smart, Fun, Sexy Movie By
Women, For Women - and the Men Who Love Them
women, we’re filmmakers, and we love men. We want to advance women’s sexual empowerment and turn the erotic gaze on men, for our entertainment. We’re talking heterosexual politics, because if the woman is behind the camera and the man is in front of it, sparks will fly . . . everywhere.
Stardust & Moonbeams, Will
gets more than he bargains for when he asks Beth to pose for him. Beth knows she’s on to something when she asks Will to pose for her. These are the modern times of 1928—and she’s a feminist, after all.
Us Make Stardust & Moonbeams. Be Part of Something Special. Be a Spark for Change
Did you know that only 6% of the top 250 Hollywood films in 2013 were directed by women? Just 10% were written by women, and a teeny tiny 3% had female cinematographers. Did
you know that 1/3 of women in Hollywood films are sexualized with clothing or nudity, compared to 8% of men?
So let’s . . .Shoot for the Moon - Swing on a Star - Fund a Fabulous Film
short film project is adapted from the novel Stardust
& Moonbeams, forthcoming from BZB Publishing in 2017. It’s women’s fiction with strong romantic elements, brimming with sexual politics and women’s equality from the historical perspective of the Jazz Age. Yet it’s very much about today.
shot the film at the historic Farmer House Museum in Bloomington, Indiana. It’s a treasure trove of 20th-century Americana, owned by Ed and Mary Ellen Farmer from 1950 until their deaths in 1996 and 1999, respectively.
Director of Photography: Nancy
Producer: Kalynn Huffman Brower
Producer: Jo Throckmorton
In STARDUST & MOONBEAMS, Will gets more than he bargains for when he asks Beth to pose for him. Beth knows she's on to something when she asks Will to pose for her. With the woman behind the camera and the man in front of it, sparks fly in more ways than one.