The Femme on Collective is a podcast collective where we discuss issues or pop culture that interests us, with a feminist, female view. Hosts Ada, Alyson, Jess, Ria and Tonya bring their unique voices to a variety of subjects including books, film, TV, feminism, comics, fitness, activism and so much more.
Femme on Creatives with Emily Price of Be Our Princesses
Ria speaks with Emily Price of Be Our Guest Princesses on the importance of creating magic in children's (and adults!) lives, how femininity is powerful and the challenges of running your own business. Emily shares some of the stories and challenges of making children's princess dreams come true and how princesses are for EVERYONE.
Find out more about Be Our Guest Princesses: https://www.beourguestprincesses.co.uk/And follow Be Our Guest Princesses on Instagram (and cry at their wonderful videos/posts/parties: @beourguestprincesses
Femme On Creatives: Me, Shining
In this very special episode of Femme On Creatives, Ria speaks with Fine Cut host Alyson and healer, thinker, mother, and friend of the pod Kim Rowe. Ria wanted to speak with Alyson and Kim specifically about a framework they developed called 'Me, Shining' which focuses on female friendships and how they mirror parts of ourselves that we want to have reflected back.
Listen to the episode and find out more about 'Me, Shining'. The Me, Shining framework is available here:
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Kim’s Website: www.kimrowe.com
Alyson’s Twitter and Instagram: @byalysonshelton
Alyson’s Website: www.alysonshelton.com
Femme On Creatives with Nola Chaters
Alyson sits down with costume designer Nola Chaters (Titans, Culprits, To Hold The Night and so many more) to talk about how she became a successful costume designer and to dive into storytelling and collaboration on the short film, To Hold The Night, which Alyson wrote. They talk quite a bit about the joy and the magic when a successful collaboration happens and how that’s the big reason why they do what they do. It’s fun to be a fly on the wall for this one. Join us!
Nola’s WebsiteNola’s Instagram @nola_costumesAlyson’s Twitter and Instagram: @byalysonshelton Alyson’s Website
Disney Discussions: a crossover podcast - episode 11: Basil the Great Mouse Detective and The Rescuers
Sneaky little Valentine's Disney Discussions episode for you all! Femme On producer and the Disney Discussions Crew: Megan, Mike and Spier-Dan are all back for another Disney filled episode. It's episode 11 and it is Ria's choice. She based her picks on submissions to the tenth episode of Disney Discussions and a big dollop of nostalgia - Basil the Great Mouse Detective and The Rescuers!
They discuss the music and animation, the clever ideas, the more strange choices, the underrated villains of both movies, the common themes (including lost children), plus they compare the movies & choose their favourites, note criticisms and much more!
Next episode is Dan’s pick and it’ll be another double-bill; The Rocketeer and Condorman – so get watching!
You can find Spider-Dan’s show, Patreon & further information on his website https://spiderdanandthesecretbores.com or follow him on social media: Twitter: @Dan_Bores – Instagram: @Spiderdansecretbores
Find Megan on Instagram: @GrittsGetsFit or at https://Patreon.com/GenuineChitChat
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Active Activism: Deborah Franklin
Tonya speaks with author, speaker, and Church Girl CEO Deborah Franklin about the success of her African missionary efforts, her book "adjectives," and her transformation from "fat cousin" to self-love advocate.
Website: https://www.conversationsdeborahfranklin.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/conversationsdeborahfranklinFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/deborah.franklin.1232
You can follow Tonya on social media @mstonyatodd or her website www.mstonyatodd.com.
Femme on Film: Drop Dead Gorgeous
This episode was first published on the Comics in Motion Network on 19 December 2021. Thank you Comics in Motion, you rock!
Welcome to Femme on Film where host Ria Carrogan and a guest chat about films made for women, about women, by women… just awesome lady folk (and those who identify as awesome lady folk) content that has often been unfairly maligned, misunderstood by critics, and are often way ahead of their time and need a revisit. This is a place to discuss all of this, and more!
This episode, Ria and Jess discuss the 1999 film Drop Dead Gorgeous. They discuss representations of young women in beauty pageants, the difficulties of finding the right tone with satire and the absence of bras in the late 90s and early 2000s.
Please be warned, Ria and Jess talk about disordered eating and eating disorders in this episode.
You can find out more about Jess at 600 words on life https://www.sixhundredwordsonlife.com/ and @600wordonlife on Instagram. She also @jess_bdavies on Instagram.
Get in touch if there is a film you want to talk about!
Intro and outro music: Say You Will by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
Such a great podcast love the ria’s questions and fine cut with Alyson!
Funny, relatable and so interesting!!!
I loved the one about Reburn because it was so good to hear the author’s perspective and thoughts about creating the scenes while also getting the artists perspective and interpretation.
The one about all the dicks was so refreshing and it felt like listening to my friends.
Can’t wait to hear more interviews!!