Watch at Home: ‘See You Yesterday’ & more from female filmmakers

Eden Duncan-Smith and Danté Crichlow in See You Yesterday.
Eden Duncan-Smith and Danté Crichlow in See You Yesterday. Photo by Linda Kallerüs.

FF2 Media’s new “Watch at Home” columns list the new films written and/or directed by women filmmakers that are newly available each week on DVD, Video On Demand &/or streaming services.

Here are the new films written and/or directed by women filmmakers now available at home as of 5/17/2019 (with links to FF2 Media reviews posted the week of their theatrical release):

  • Aniara – Pella Kågerman (co-director/co-writer)
  • Charlie Says – Mary Harron (director), Guinevere Turner (writer)
  • See You Yesterday – Frederica Bailey (co-writer)
  • Silencio – Lorena Villarreal (director/writer)
  • We Have Always Lived In The Castle – Stacie Passon (director)

DANIELLE’S TOP PICK OF THE WEEK

I haven’t seen either one of the two films available this week.  That being said, this week’s selection is See You Yesterday.  The film, now streaming on Netflix, is produced by Spike Lee.  It’s a time-travel action adventure starring Eden Duncan-Smith and Danté Crichlow so the film is right up my alley!

 

© Danielle Solzman (05/17/19) FF2 Media

Featured photos from See You Yesterday EPK
Photo Credits: Linda Kallerüs/Netflix

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Danielle Solzman is a Chicago-based film critic and an aspiring filmmaker if she can ever put enough time aside to work on her feature-length trans-led political comedy script. When not in Chicago, she attends various film festivals such as Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, and Toronto. She graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a BA in Public Relations while earning a Masters in Media Communications from Webster University after writing a thesis paper on comic books against the backdrop of the American political culture. Film Critic, Solzy at the Movies Member, Broadcast Film Critics Association Member, Galeca: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics Member, Alliance of Women Film Journalists Member, Online Association of Female Film Critics Member, Online Film Critics Society Member, Online Film & Television Association Tomatometer Critic
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