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Holly Hunter in 'Broadcast News' (with Mallory Andrews)

6/13/2018
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Mallory Andrews, editor of cléo, drops by WRLH! HQ to talk about the ever-incredible Holly Hunter and Broadcast News. Please standby for *pretty hot* takes on how hard it is to be a Successful Working Woman, being attracted to mediocre men, the joys of a scheduled cry, and (of course) Joan Cusack. Produced by Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg. Edited by Sonya Suraci. Theme music by Emily Milling.

Duration:00:44:41

Greta Gerwig & 'Frances Ha' (with Michelle da Silva)

6/6/2018
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NOW Magazine writer and stand-up comedian Michelle da Silva joins Danita and Emily to discuss Greta Gerwig and “the Casablanca of female friendship." Lively discussions about the Awkward Female Lead, movie theatre etiquette and the future of the GGCU (Greta Gerwig Cinematic Universe) ensue. References: Frances Ha (2012) -If 27 Is Old, How Old is Grown Up?: ‘Frances Ha with Greta Gerwig (New York Times, 2013) -‘Greta Gerwig is a Director, Not a Muse’ (Vulture, 2017) -Tweet about Greta Gerwig...

Duration:00:44:36

Winona Ryder & 'Mermaids'

6/6/2018
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In the first-ever episode of We Really Like Her!, co-hosts Danita and Emily worship at the altar of everyone’s favourite “strange and unusual” actress and her performance in 1990 “mother-daughter drama” Mermaids. Stay tuned for extremely hot takes on nuns, the virgin and whore complex, and why we should all repent for the ways we treated Winona in 2001. Produced by Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg. Edited by Sonya Suraci. Theme music by Emily Milling.

Duration:00:39:14

We're Really Starting a Podcast!

6/3/2018
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Coming soon to a podcast provider near you… We Really Like Her! Find out what you can expect from this women in film podcast from your co-hosts: best friends and movie lovers Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg (formerly of What About Meryl?, a Meryl Streep podcast). Produced by Emily Gagne and Danita Steinberg. Edited by Sonya Suraci. Theme music by Emily Milling.

Duration:00:03:59