Pollyanna McIntosh tears into the misogyny and sexism of the Roman Catholic Church, as well as society in general.
One woman’s struggle becomes the struggle of Mother Nature
Talal Derki’s intense documentary dives deep into the dark heart of terrorism to explore how radical belief swallows entire bloodlines whole.
Roxanne Benjamin pits a young woman against the wild, subverting gender and genre along the way.
CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.
Fabrice du Welz’s 2004 debut CALVAIRE involves a stunning, surreal, and disturbing subversion of gender.
This is the tale of Mary Webster, accused of witchcraft and hung. But that wasn’t the end.
June deals with separation anxiety from her child. Emily’s given to a new house and Commander Lawrence.
All alone, June has to deal with either escape, being caught by the Waterfords— or maybe going into labour.
June goes into labour, and things start changing even further in Gilead.
Coralie Fargeat and Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz take on the male gave of rape-revenge, delivering both a bloody and searing piece of throwback cinema.
Life in the Colonies is brutal. As were the terrifying days in the lead up to Gilead’s rise.