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Lessons From The Screenplay

Lessons From The Screenplay

Lessons From The Screenplay is Michael Tucker’s project, producing videos that analyze movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their stories. Part educational series and part love letter to awesome films, Lessons From The Screenplay aims to be a fun way to learn more about your favorite films …

Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes

Princess Weekes creates video essays about pop culture, race, feminism, and other social issues with “a lot of nuance and profanity.” She’s also an assistant editor at themarysue.com covering the same topics in writing. If it’s breaking down how Game of Thrones has always been trash or discussing the intersection of pop culture and race …

MovieBitches

MovieBitches

MovieBitches (Avaryl and Andrew) publish snarky reviews of Hollywood’s latest and not-so-greatest movies and RuPaul’s Drag Race RuViews while nursing positively gigantic glasses of wine. They see them, so you don’t have to! (And have been doing so since 2013!) These two have a delightful chemistry and banter that’ll make you want to cozy up …

Image of a VHS cassette with the words "You're watching video essays by Maggie Mae Fish" written on the label.

Maggie Mae Fish

Maggie Mae Fish is an actor and writer who makes YouTube film analysis videos and who plays video games and tabletop games with friends on Twitch. She also writes comedy videos and essays and used to be on Cracked. Despite her comedic bent, her film analysis videos are PhD material that true film enthusiasts will …

Header image for video essayist, Laura Crone, which reads "Film. Fights. Feelings." and depicting Laura as a cartoon character wielding a sword.

Laura Crone

Laura Crone is a video creator publishing popular video essays about film, feminism, music, nerd culture, and more, through the filter of an unapologetic social justice warrior, and always involving a lot of her feelings. Discussing her feelings around mostly film and television series turns out to be something that a lot of people can …

Still photo from a black and white silent film, a young women wearing a glamorous beaded headband, looking wistfully to her left.

Movies Silently

Movies Silently is Fritzi Kramer, who creates reviews and articles on silent movies that are fun, accessible and enthusiastic. Her main focus is American films from the silent feature period: 1915-1929. She also covers some foreign silent, remakes, and homages to silent films, as well as later period silent films. She posts mini biographies of …