Katusha Jin
Katusha Jin 37 posts
As part of the FF2 Media team, Katusha Jin interviews filmmakers, write features and reviews, and coaches other associates. She grew up in the UK and studied briefly in Russia and China before moving to New York for college. Graduating magna cum laude from New York University, Katusha majored in Film and Television at Tisch School of the Arts with minors in Business and Philosophy. She has worked as a producer, director, writer, and composer for various award-winning projects including short films, branded content, independent features, and music videos.

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On page and screen, Rowling welcomes us home

Ideas can come at any moment in any form. Sometimes it is something a friend says, other times it’s a painting on the wall that can send a spiral of thoughts through our minds. For Joanne Rowling, known to most as J.K. Rowling, it was on a very delayed train journey from Manchester to London […]

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Director Julie Delpy exemplifies ‘next generation of feminism’

Julie Delpy is a director, actress, screenwriter, producer, and musician. She grew up in a family where both her parents worked in the performing arts. She began working in the film industry at 14 as an actress, and has been acting continuously since then. Along with her work in the film industry, she also released […]

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Katusha’s SWAN Day 2020: Fiction Writing

Looking for stuff to do while you’re at home? Never fear! SWAN Day has gone virtual for 2020. Our FF2 team has gathered recommendations of films celebrating women artists across many categories. And of course, the films are made by women, too! Watch and read at your leisure, or collect all of them to have […]

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‘We are truly so lucky:’ Film critic breaks down top picks for streaming

Streaming Now: ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ ‘The Favourite’ and more from women filmmakers In this unusual time period where we are recommended to stay home as much as possible (as opposed to go out and hustle), it’s important to take a look at what we can do with our time. Hosting gatherings in public spaces and […]

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Katusha’s Athena Film Festival 2020—an invigorating weekend of inspiration!

The end of February and beginning of March is an exciting few days for anyone in New York who loves supporting women in film. With water, notepad, and pen in hand, I braced myself for Athena 2020!

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World Malala Day—remembering the fight for equality in education

In celebration of World Malala Day, China Women’s Film Festival organizes a screening of “Gul Makai”, a film based on Malala Yousafzai’s life.

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