Cabbage Fairy Conversations
At the intersection of parenthood and filmmaking
We love Alice Guy Blaché, mother of two. She was the first female writer-director of narrative films, used multi-racial casts, and experimented with sound, color and special effects. Our podcast is named after her 1896 film La Feé aux Choux (The Cabbage Fairy).
In Conversation: Sarah Solemani
"The Idea it's OK to be a Mom and a Filmmaker is Revolutionary"
Sarah Solemani, BAFTA winning actress, on being the only woman (and mother) in a boy's club.
In Conversation: Michele Stephenson
On race, motherhood, and incorporating your family into the content of your work
Want more? Check out the Motherhood in Hollywood podcast.
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