My work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Film Threat, SF Weekly, SF Chronicle, Bay Guardian, Austin Chronicle, The New Mexican, Pasatiempo, The Stranger, GrungeCake, J. Weekly, Maximum Rock n’ Roll, Jewish Journal, SF Bay Guardian, Rhizome & more.
"One can’t help but feel that Minx needs just one big break, a tiny inroad into popular culture, to be famous." – Dan Strachota, SF Weekly
"This uncomfortably personal documentary reveals a warts-and-all look at what some will do for fame. The bizarre thing about all this, is that this unflattering look at the subject, is actually being shot by the subject itself. It’s odd, and it works beautifully. Noemi is her own critic, psychiatrist and documentarian."
"I wanted to take off where Madonna left off, i.e. become the next socio-political cultural sexio icon of a generation. The problem was, she didn’t leave off anywhere."
"She is self-deprecatingly delicious! DJs are going to want this in their bag of tricks!"
Q&A with Feminem director and star Noemi Zeigler.
"The album hides some doughty challenges. Turns out Pushy's not as easy to swallow as it sounds."