100 More Films Made By Women – Part 3 of 20

It’s no surprise to see many of the films directed by women featured here and elsewhere focus on the female story perspective – you could solidly argue those as well are in too short supply in the film industry. Films about women, told by women. Let’s start with an Audrey Tautou double bill. He Loves […]

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Film Honors: 1987

My own personal choices for the year. They reflect not just necessarily what I think is the best or essential cinema, but perhaps resonate with me or inspire, both at the time, and still today. Subject to alter choices if new viewings are worthy enough. Other published Film Honors posts can be found at the […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part 2 of 20

Our second venture into films directed by women tell stories of a disgruntled dinner party, a young girl on a road trip to potential stardom, a teenage girl finding her way, unorthodox sibling sharing, plus a documentary. Onward and upward. Love Like Poison (2010) – Katell Quillévéré Set days before teenage Anna’s confirmation, Love like Poison (taken […]

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100 More Films Made By Women – Part 1 of 20

And so it is. The second 100 Films Made by Women. There’s many you have seen, and many you have likely not even heard of course. We kick off the essential list with the only entry throughout the series to be given a contribution by the film-makers themselves. The Sisters Plotz (2015) – Lisa Hammer […]

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