Citizen Dame

The podcast for feminists who love film, brought to you by two female critics who want to broaden the conversation.

Episode 116: Silent Dames

The Dames return to cover the history of early and silent cinema, why it's so important, and how women basically did everything first. 

  • The birth of motion pictures and the Silent Film era 
  • Lumieres vs. Melies
  • The development of the mobile camera and continuity narrative
  • Different film industries and influences (Hollywood, Weimar cinema/expressionism, etc.) - how techniques, images, themes, etc. continue to influence filmmaking TODAY
  • Early female filmmakers and artists, including Alice Guy-Blaché, Frances Marion, Mary Pickford, Lotte Reiniger, Marion E. Wong, and Lois Weber. 
 

Episode 110: Don’t Go There

The Dames continue their quarantine episodes with discussions of fun things, like:

  • Netflix's Tiger King
  • Kino Marquee and supporting your local arthouse cinema
  • More Women's History Month shenanigans
  • And favorite isolation movies!

You can access Kino Marquee via your local arthouse or go here: https://www.kinolorber.com/film/bacurau#playdates

Episode 100: Dames - Answer the Call

It's the 100th Episode of Citizen Dame! The Dames welcome back Kimberly Pierce and Kristen Lopez to talk about 100 episodes, plus:
  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife and why men need to calm the eff down
  • Mel Brooks says Jojo Rabbit is fantastic
  • Throwback to our “most anticipated” lists!
  • Favorite films that went under the radar this year
  • The ultimate Garbage Man! 
Here's to 100 more episodes! 

Episode 99: Dames Out

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This week, the Dames are talking:

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Episode 92: Portrait of a Dame on Fire

This week, the Dames discuss many fun things, including:
Plus, we review:
  • Judy
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Pain and Glory
And Karen's first reaction to Jojo Rabbit!

Episode 90: It’s Complicated

 This week, we welcome a very special guest, Nannina Gilder, to discuss:

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Episode #89: Dame Filmmakers Month

We're back! This week, the Dames discuss:

Plus:

  • The Black Christmas trailer
  • Listener questions!

And some more thoughts on IT: Chapter 2!

Episode 86: Dame Stories to Tell in the Dark

Welcome back! This week, Lauren and Karen are chatting about:

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Episode 79: Damesmart

On this week's all new episode:
  • Jason Mitchell dropped by manager, fired from Showtime's The Chi and Netflix movie.
  • Blue Is the Warmest Color director Abdellatif Kechiche is back at Cannes with Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo and really likes getting his actors drunk and making them do stuff. Is it art or assault?
  • Quentin Tarantino and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  • Moby and Natalie Portman
  • Your Questions!
  • Trailer talk with Terminator: Dark Fate
  • And our review of Booksmart
 
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Episode 75: Dame of La Mancha

In this episode, the Dames discuss: 

Roman Polanski (siiiiiiigh) 

Quentin Tarantino (siiiiiiiiiiiiiigh)... as well as the fact that Karen and Lauren really don’t care about ‘Little Women’ (gasp!) 

Kristen rails against the horrendous animated reboot of ‘The Addams Family’. 

Oh yeah, and Kristen talks to legendary, fantabulous director Catherine Hardwicke about all things ‘Lost Boys’ and ‘Miss Bala’.

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