One of the cinematic highlights of 2020 was the TCM broadcast premier of Mark Cousins’ 14-hour docuseries, Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema. Now the series comes to Kanopy for those who do not have the cable channel or have picked up the Blu-ray set from Cohen Media Group. Even better, a bevy of the 305 movies featured in Women Make Film can be found online as well. If you’re looking for a place to start, I have included links to my previous Women Make Film pieces below. Happy hunting.

Women Make Film: An introduction.

Dispatches from the Telluride Film Festival: Mark Cousins on Women Make Film.

Marie-Claire Olivia in Olivia. Image courtesy TCM.

Olivia and Je Tu Il Elle.

Duane Jones and Seret Scott in Kathleen Collins’ Losing Ground. Courtesy Milestone Films.

Zero Motivation and Losing Ground

Kirsten Johnson sets up a shot in Cameraperson. Courtesy Lindsey Addario/Janus Films.

Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson on Cameraperson

Sheila Munyiva and Samantha Mugatsia in Rafiki. Courtesy Film Movement.

TCM host Alicia Malone on Rafiki

Courtesy RussianFilmHub.com

Homeland of Electricity

Honey in Born in Flames. Courtesy TCM.

Filmmaker and professor Kelly Sears on Born in Flames

The Hurt Locker

Autors Barbara Bridges and Jill S. Tietjen on Hollywood: Her Story

Sarah Polley in Stories We Tell. Courtesy Roadside Attractions.

Critic Melissa Tamminga on Stories We Tell

Rachel Griffiths in Very Annie Mary. Courtesy Canal+.

Filmmaker Sara Sugarman on Very Annie Mary