Sleepover Cinema

Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Madeline

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Madeline

A plucky red-headed girl orphan saves the day once again… but this time, in Paris, AND with Frances McDormand! An extremely cute, surprisingly dark, and visually delightful gem of a film (yes, FILM!), we’re talking 1998’s live-action adaptation of “Madeline!”

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Cadet Kelly

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Is this the story of a liberal NYC mother-and-daughter’s totally unprompted radicalization? Or is this a very subtle, tongue-in-cheek, subtext-heavy tale of lesbian pining?
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Thumbelina

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A haunting piece of Sleepover Cinema’s “collective unconscious,” 1994’s “Thumbelina” is a much-pondered gem of our canon.
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Billboard Dad

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A decidedly adult-centric tale centered around the romantic exploits of an artist and his dastardly… fine art dealer?
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Eloise at Christmastime

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Another timeless classic from The Wonderful World of Disney, “Eloise at Christmastime” has everything we need.
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The Team

Hannah Leach

Host & Producer
A graduate of NYU Tisch Dramatic Writing in 2017, Hannah is an audio producer, musician, educator, and writer based in Cleveland, Ohio. She is the older sister (and a leo).

Audrey Leach

Host
A graduate of NYU Tisch Film & TV in 2019, Audrey is a documentary filmmaker and editor based in NYC. She is the younger sister (and a cancer).

Sean Rule-Hoffman

Audio Engineer
Sean hails from Orange Village, Ohio. He earned a degree in Music Technology with a minor in Electronic Media and Film from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.