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Women in the World Town

by apexa
Select cinema from global female voices from nonwestern cinema as well as women of color in western countries / At least one film from each filmmaker included / Mostly for my cataloging purposes / ongoing list / Great resource: wmm.com Filmmakers’ films to watch (I feel kind of disingenuous adding them to the list without seeing any of their films hence the list here) Yeşim Ustaoğlu, Maria Novaro, Momoko Seto, Juliana Rojas, Jocelyn Saab, Fang Song, Dominga Sotomayor Castillo, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Fanta Regina Nacro, Park Chan-ok, Raquel Freire, Tahmineh Milani, “Drylongso” (Cauleen Smith), “The Silent Majority” (Mehrnaz Saeed-Vafa), “A Door to… Read more

Select cinema from global female voices from nonwestern cinema as well as women of color in western countries / At least one film from each filmmaker included / Mostly for my cataloging purposes / ongoing list / Great resource: wmm.com

Filmmakers’ films to watch (I feel kind of disingenuous adding them to the list without seeing any of their films hence the list here)
Yeşim Ustaoğlu, Maria Novaro, Momoko Seto, Juliana Rojas, Jocelyn Saab, Fang Song, Dominga Sotomayor Castillo, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Fanta Regina Nacro, Park Chan-ok, Raquel Freire, Tahmineh Milani, “Drylongso” (Cauleen Smith), “The Silent Majority” (Mehrnaz Saeed-Vafa), “A Door to the Sky” (Farida Belyazid), “Hour of the Star” (Suzana Amaral), “The Silences of the Palace” (Moufida Tlatli), “Daughters of the Sun” (Maryam Shariar), “Before Tomorrow” (Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu), “Hidden Memories” (Jacqueline Fraizer), “The Kitchen” (Alile Sharon Larkin), “Rain” (Melvonna Ballenger), “Oriane” (Fina Torres), The Kingdom of Women – Ein El Hilweh (Dahna Abourahme)

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