A marvelous, funny, deeply moving biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg from her rise as a legal champion of women’s rights in the 1970s to her ascension as a Supreme Court justice and social-media hero “Notorious RBG.”
Quick takes from the 25th Raindance Film Festival, with public screenings in London through October 1st, 2017.
Though the subjects of the film are men in a male-dominated field, the filmmakers include interviews with female authorities to lend us historical context.
Stuff I found on the Net today.
Not that this won’t be a mark in his favor with the other studios.
Or is it merely that our definition of “good manners” is changing? Is “I’m good” an acceptable substitute for “No, thank you”? Is “You bet” a perfectly polite response to “Thank you”?
From the narrow perspective of freedom of speech as defined by the U.S. Constitution, I think it would be hard to justify the notion that the American Founding Fathers had anonymity in mind…
Be very careful when commenting, or the universe might collapse in upon itself…
These exquisite miniature works of art have been left mysteriously at cultural venues in Edinburgh since this past spring…