FILMME FATALES

Filmme Fatales is a quarterly print zine about
the places where film and feminism intersect.
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#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color
In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.
Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”
Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”
Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:
Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today! minnagilligan:

instagram:

#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color
In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.
Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”
Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”
Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:
Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today! minnagilligan:

instagram:

#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color
In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.
Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”
Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”
Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:
Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today! minnagilligan:

instagram:

#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color
In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.
Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”
Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”
Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:
Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today! minnagilligan:

instagram:

#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color
In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.
Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”
Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”
Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:
Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today!

minnagilligan:

instagram:

#WhoIFollow: @minnagilligan’s Psychedelic Playgrounds of Color

In the #WhoIFollow series, we ask Instagrammers to share their favorite people to follow. For more photos and videos from Minna and her favorites, follow @minnagilligan, @petrafcollins, @filmmefatales, @thefamilyacid and @beciorpin on Instagram.

Melbourne artist Minna Gilligan (@minnagilligan) sees Instagram as a personal gallery space where she can define her aesthetic and see her work in a fresh context. She describes her vibrant art as “psychedelic playgrounds of color,” which often feature characters from her collection of old books, objects and ephemera. “I like the idea of plucking people from a kind of cultural debris and then repurposing them into my own narratives.”

Minna, who frequently contributes to Rookie (@rookiemag), an online publication for teen girls, says that she finds inspiration everywhere. “I love making up stories about the lives of objects before I found them. I remember encounters with people, relationships, friendships—all of these things fuel my work.”

Here are some of Minna’s favorite personal gallery spaces to visit on Instagram:

  • Petra Collins (@petrafcollins) – “Petra Collins is a photographer who lives in New York. She also works for Rookie magazine with me, where we have collaborated on a number of collage series. I admire her as an artist immensely and am addicted to her magical Instagram feed.”
  • Filmme Fatales (@filmmefatales) – “My friend Brodie Lancaster (who also writes for Rookie!) edits this zine about women in cinema. She’s just about to release issue #4. It is brilliant.”
  • The Family Acid (@thefamilyacid) – “This Instagram account is amazing, they post scans of slide photography from the 1960s to the 1980s. The original photographs were taken by Roger Steffens and curated by his daughter Kate Steffens. My favourite photographs they post are from Vietnam in the 1960s. So, so fascinating.”
  • Beci Orpin (@beciorpin) – “Beci Orpin is a designer, illustrator and author in Melbourne. Her work is fresh, sharp and fun, and I look forward to when she pops up on my Instagram feed, a guaranteed smile!”

Excited to be featured on the Instagram blog today! :)

My amazing pal and FF contributor Minna Gilligan gave us a shout out on the Instagram blog today!

I'm DJing and speaking at this event during #ewf14!

7:30 PM, Saturday 31 May 2014 
The Workers Club
51 Brunswick Street

Inspired by Eliza Sarlos’s picture book Amazing Babes, we invite an incredible line up of writers to tell stories about the women who have inspired them, in their writing and their lives. With Canberra-based girl band Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret playing their second show ever, this is a night to be inspired and celebrate the women who made us who we are. Hosted by Eliza Sarlos, with a divine DJ set by Brodie Lancaster (Rookie).

Featuring Kat Muscat, Michelle Law, Zoe Norton Lodge, Lou Heinrich, Sam George-Allen and more.

Submissions are open for issue #5 of Filmme Fatales

Issue #5 of Filmme Fatales is all about POWER. Who has it, who wants it, who deserves it, and who’ll go to any lengths to get it. Think of the supernatural and super rich kids and social hierarchies and boss ladies.

Some ideas to get your brain juices flowing: Meryl Streep in Death Becomes Her, Miss Piggy, Jackie Brown, Nancy’s misuse of power (both social and supernatural) in The Craft, Heathers, the closing credits to Jennifer’s Body, A League of Their Own, M’Lynn in Steel Magnolias (hell, anything Sally Field has ever done), The Hours.

Please send story ideas and examples of past written work to brodie@filmmefatales.com by May 2.

Artists and photographers: please send relevant examples of your work to brodie@filmmefatales.com by May 10.