It was a great year for women and the movies they led.
We chat with the director about her desire to embrace individuality and reject universality.
We chat with the director about helping Charlene deGuzman’s struggle with addiction to the big screen.
We talk to her about the intimate process of documentary filmmaking, her experience on set for 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' and more.
The director of 'Humpday' and 'Outside In' shares her advice on making a career for yourself in the industry.
The female voices of film twitter provide their insight on the current state of film criticism.
In honor of Black History Month and in the interest of keeping the #femalefilmmakerfriday feeling alive, here are five black women who got their directorial careers started before the year 2000.
An interview with Tatiana Riegel, editor of I, Tonya.
We're making #52filmsbywomen easy for you this year.
Pay attention, you'll be hearing a lot about these ladies soon.