Four female filmmakers discuss representation, collaboration, and pushing the boundaries of their craft.
ctrl alt delete creators Roni Geva and Maragret Katch on the unique experience of making work with a team of brilliant, collaborative women.
Pamela B. Green on rewriting early film history and her transformative experience making Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.
Sometimes the sign of a great film is that you don't like it the first time. With Christina Choe and Wanda, that was certainly the case.
Bette Gordon takes us back to Downtown NYC in the early 1980s and the roots of her classic 1983 directorial debut feature.
Leslie Harris on the unique journey she took to making her debut feature, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., and beyond.
Claudia Weill looks back on the path her career took, starting with her seminal 1978 feature debut.
Writer-director Maggie Greenwald, an "excavator" of the tales of great female historical figures, draws a line in the sand.
Jennifer Reeder sets the record straight once and for all about female directors and big action movies. Yes, they want to make them. And now.