June 2015 WAM! Entertainment Guide

It’s blockbuster season, the time when corporate media unleashes some of their biggest projects. This summertime programming often translates into marathons of mindless misogynist media, but this year we found a few big-budget projects that put women front and center. And since mainstream projects often have less trouble grabbing headlines, we included a couple indies, too.

This month, we’re enjoying a classic spy flick that turns out to be seriously subversive, the third installment of a groundbreaking series on Netflix, a new album from Florence and the Machine, a podcast for millennials that finally realizes we’re not all monolithic and whiney, and an artistic photography book full of images by some of our favorite feminist writers and artists.

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