Monthly Archives: June 2013

Lars von Trier & Provocative Visual Aesthetics

Lars von Trier, in my opinion, is one of the best living directors working today and one of my favorite filmmakers of all time.  His films are controversial, emotionally harrowing, and genius. There have been so many great conversations about his films in relation to suffering, female representation, the character of God, and how far […]

Why Feminism is Still Important and Relevant: Faith & Feminism

This is the first post out of four concerning the continued  importance and relevance of feminism. All four will be about different aspects of feminism and all will be from different voices. Read the introduction to the series here. Today’s post comes from Sarah Shwartz, a fiend of mine and recent graduate from Biola University. Her desire […]