• “What ‘Motherhood' Really Means”: Laura Moss on birth/rebirth

    1 day ago - By Filmmaker Magazine

    The narrative kernel of birth/rebirth, Laura Moss's debut feature, was originally planted in the writer-director's mind 20 years ago. The filmmaker was creatively stirred after reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and feeling that its interest in unnatural procreation could translate well to an all-female retelling. As the decades passed, Moss began negotiating integral facets of their identity-namely coming out as non-binary and becoming increasingly convinced they would never have children-making the story all the more ripe for retelling. Finally coming to fruition post-pandemic...
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