Women Make Film: Part One 2019 Ages 15+

6.00PM Fri 5 Aug 2022 (3hrs)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

This screening presents Episodes 1–3 of Mark Cousins’ fascinating documentary Women Make Film, exploring subjects including openings, tone, believability, introduction of character, ‘meet cute’, conversations, framing, and tracking.

Narrated by Tilda Swinton, it includes discussions of films such as Strange Days 1995 (Dir. Kathryn Bigelow), Wanda 1970 (Dir. Barbara Loden), Meek’s Cutoff 2010 (Dir. Kelly Reichardt), The Watermelon Woman 1996 (Dir. Cheryln Dunye), A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night 2014 (Dir. Ana Lily Amirpour), The Virgin Suicides 1999 (Dir. Sofia Coppola), La Pointe-Courte 1955 (Dir. Agnès Varda), and From the East 1993 (Dir. Chantal Akerman).

CREDITS

35MM/16MM/8MM/DIGITAL, BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOUR, STEREO, 180 MINUTES, UNITED KINGDOM, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: MARK COUSINS / EDITOR: TIMO LANGER / PROD CO: HOPSCOTCH FILMS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: DOGWOOF / SCREENING FORMAT: DCP