By Naomi Elias
We talk to the actress-turned-filmmaker about ‘Definition Please,’ paying homage to Bollywood, and why she never wants to be a producer again.
First-wave feminism sprung from the birth control movement, which is on full display in Weber’s controversial 1916 film.
By Meg Shields
Watch a video essay about the female-led films that defined cinema last year.
Film historian and TCM host Alicia Malone discusses what makes ‘Women Make Film’ different from other film documentaries and what we can learn from old movies.
Mark Cousins’ documentary and TCM’s accompanying programming expands the reach of conventional film education to a wider audience with a more diverse slate of movies.
In a single shot with a single dress, Dorothy Arzner is able to capture the tone of gender tensions of the 1930s.
Karyn Kusama’s films are complex, divisive, and beautiful which means she’ll bring a fresh, new perspective on the well-known tale.
Your go-to guide to supporting female filmmakers in the new year.
By Cyrus Cohen
‘Joker’ might be getting the most write-ups out of Venice, but women are reigning supreme at Canada’s premier film festival.