"Passionate, furiously energetic 1983 political fantasy"

THE NEW YORKER​

Did you know Cheryl Dunye won at the Berlin Film Festival in 1997 with her film The Watermelon Woman, the first lesbian love story on film? Have you seen Lizzie Borden's award-winning fiction of a women's army taking over Manhattan in 1983?  Did you know that Costa Rica's submission to the Oscars in 2018 was Medea, a tale of an unwanted pregnancy by bold director Alexandra Latishev? 

We didn't think so. 

Slate Magazine estimates 67% less distribution for films by women directors. That's why you've been missing out and that's why we started SheDoesFilmz, the 100% women directors film platform.

We track down original, bold, festival-selected films directed by women directors and make them available to you online. You can watch anytime, anywhere, so no more missing out. 

Why did we start? Because we wanted to see these films ourselves!

CONTACT

We'd love to hear from you whether you are from the press, a fan wanting to give us some love or a blogger, who wants to get in touch about a specific film. Email us or send a message below. 

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