Women Make Film draws on over 300 films to sketch its new road map through cinema. For the cinephiles out there, attached are details of every film referenced. A perfect resource to find new cinematic treasures!
As it approaches its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, it’s with great pleasure that we can share Women Make Film’s first trailer inviting you into this 14 hour cinematic journey
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we can announce TIFF will be screening all 14 hours of Women Make Film: A Road Movie Through Cinema.
The 14 hour epic draws an alternative history of cinema through films directed exclusively by women, challenging the widely accepted and male dominated canon of cinema’s development as an art form. This new cinematic odyssey is forged using over 300 films and narrated by Tilda Swinton, Jane Fonda, Adjoa Andoh, Sharmila Tagore, Thandie Newton, Kerry Fox and Debrah Winger.
Speaking to Indewire, TIFF Docs programmer Thom Powers spoke of the film’s potential to alter common perceptions: “I think that the film is going to rewrite film history and how we understand the role of women directors.”
Following its screening at the Edinburgh International Festival, Never Actually Lost has been selected by the Underwire Festival to be screened as part of its “Other Worldy Tales” collection on 21st of September 2019 - celebrating films which play with reality.
It is also with great pleasure that we can announce that Underwire has nominated Never Actually Lost in its editing category!
It’s with pleasure that we can say that Never Actually Lost will be screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. A beautiful short exploring memory and rediscovery - check it out!
Its with immense honour that we can announce that our feature documentary Eminent Monsters has just been invited to Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.
“thank you for making such an important and truly remarkable film”