Female Filmmakers

Woman as Alien in Dorothy Arzner’s ‘Christopher Strong’

In a single shot with a single dress, Dorothy Arzner is able to capture the tone of gender tensions of… Read More

We’re Already Excited About Karyn Kusama’s ‘Dracula’

Karyn Kusama's films are complex, divisive, and beautiful which means she'll bring a fresh, new perspective on the well-known tale. Read More

The Best Movies Directed By Women in 2019 So Far

We've got you covered with this list of the best recent films featuring women behind the camera. Read More

The Best Women-Led Films of 2018

It was a great year for women and the movies they led. Read More

Nijla Mu’min on Adding Her Experience to the Coming-Of-Age Genre with ‘Jinn’

We chat with the director about her desire to embrace individuality and reject universality. Read More

Suzi Yoonessi on Balancing the Adorable and the Suicidal in ‘Unlovable’

We chat with the director about helping Charlene deGuzman’s struggle with addiction to the big screen. Read More

‘Generation Wealth’ Cinematographer Shana Hagan on How Cinematography Requires Human Connection

We talk to her about the intimate process of documentary filmmaking, her experience on set for 'Won't You Be My… Read More

6 Filmmaking Tips from Lynn Shelton

The director of 'Humpday' and 'Outside In' shares her advice on making a career for yourself in the industry. Read More

SXSW: 5 Female Film Journalists on How Twitter is Shaping the Industry

The female voices of film twitter provide their insight on the current state of film criticism. Read More

Black Women Filmmakers in the 20th Century

In honor of Black History Month and in the interest of keeping the #femalefilmmakerfriday feeling alive, here are five black… Read More