By Kurt Brokaw
At Tribeca’s 17th annual film festival (April 18-29), 46% of 99 features were directed by women! Senior film critic Kurt Brokaw picks his favorite female-centric dramas and documentaries, plus the best of all 55 shorts.
By Ariel Dougherty
Over the past year, ever since the May release of the ACLU’s 15 page letter to the EEOC, there has been tremendous public discussion, and countless articles (like this and that), about the lack of women directing major motion pictures. In contrast, a wealth of movies directed by women have emerged from the independent community… Read more »
By Dana Knight
Dana Knight and Mary Dore talk about the origins of women’s liberation and Dore’s documentary about the era, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, nearly two decades in the making.
By Pamela Mason Wagner
Pamela Mason Wagner takes a look at ‘why women stay’ with filmmaker Cynthia Hill on her documentary Private Violence, about women in abusive relationships.