Isabella Rossellini's 'Mammas'

Friday, May 10, 2013

This Sunday marks a year since last Mother’s Day, and while many of us say thanks in the form of a card, a text or a bunch of flowers, celebrated actress, model and environmental activist Isabella Rossellini says thanks through a short film series called “Mammas.”

After writing and directing the Webby-award winning Sundance series “Green Porno” and “Green Porno Seduce Me," which celebrates the mating rituals and sex lives of animal. Rossellini turns her attention to exploring creatures’ rites of passage into motherhood. 

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Isabella Rossellini

Comments [1]

Enough with associating being a woman with motherhood. Being a man is not nearly-as-often associated with being a father.
There should be a non-parenthood day.

May. 10 2013 09:58 AM

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