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Women Make Film is an epic exploration of cinema history through the lens of some of the world's greatest directors – all women. Told in 40 'chapters', narrated by Tilda SWINTON, Jane FONDA, Debra WINGER, Adjoa ANDOH, Kerry FOX, Thandie NEWTON, and Sharmila TAGORE, shot and edited by Mark COUSINS - life, love, politics, humour and death, are all explored and examined in this epic 14 - hour road trip like no other.
"Film history is sexist by omission."
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Mark COUSINS was born in Belfast. His feature documentaries include the Festival selections The Story of Film: An Odyssey (2011) and A Story of Children and Film (2013), as well as The New Ten Commandments (2008), The First Movie (2009) and What Is This Film Called Love? (2012). Women Make Film (2019) is the continuation of an episodic film project that screened at the Festival in 2018.
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