In ‘Women Make Film,’ a 14-Hour Epic of an Overlooked History
|09/11/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
The length of Mark Cousin’s 14-hour documentary “Women Make Film” is itself a statement. The work of female filmmakers throughout cinema history is too rich and too vast for anything less.
Cousins’ epic film, which has been playing throughout the Toronto International Film Festival, is not a chronological history but a personal, roving exploration of a cinema terrain often forgotten, overlooked or underappreciated. It digs deeply into the artistry of some 183 female directors from throughout film history and around the globe. Its abiding tenor is one of awe, reverence and celebration.
“This is a film school of sorts in which all read more >>>