Currently Browsing: 2017
The Library of Congress’ National Film Registry announced Wednesday the 25 films selected for historic preservation this year.
Notable snubs include Patty Jenkins for Wonder Woman (the highest-grossing film ever directed by a woman), Greta Gerwig for Lady Bird (the highest-rated film on Rotten Tomatoes) and Dee Rees for Mudbound (the multiple award-winning film available on Netflix).
Loïe Fuller’s Serpentine Dance and tense relationship with Isadora Duncan is captured in Stephanie Di Giusto’s directorial debut.
Wells is breaking out in 2017, adding writer-director to her resume with Mr. Roosevelt, the 20-something coming-of-age comedy.
Amy Glazer’s new film Kepler’s Dream is her first foray into the literary adaption of a young adult book.
The 55th New York Film Festival of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, September – October 2017, featured some of the best documentaries by women directors this year. Using a wide variety of expressive, entertaining, poignant and educational styles, the films reveal both the neglected past and the troubled present. Top selections include: Faces Places […]