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Full Bibliography

The Consequences of Feminism
Century Film Project - The Consequences of Feminism by popegrutch
The Silent Feminists: America’s First Women Directors
by Anthony Slide
Alice Guy Blache: Cinema Pioneer edited by Joan Simon
The Nation - Alice’s Wonderlands: On Alice Guy Blaché by Jana Prikryl
The Memoirs of Alice Guy Blache edited by Anthony Slide
The Vintage News - Alice Guy-Blache: The Story of the First Female Cinema Pioneer and Film Director by Nikola Budanovic

Dance, Girl, Dance
AFI notes - “Dance,Girl, Dance”
Senses of Cinema - “Dance,Girl, Dance” by Louise Cole
TCM - “Dance,Girl, Dance” by Felicia Feaster
Indiewire - Sharing Our Story: Hollywood’s First Contract Director Dorothy Arzner’s ‘Dance, Girl, Dance’ by Samantha Shada
BFI - Dorothy Arzner: Queen of Hollywood by So Mayer
Agnes’ Films - Interview with Dorothy Arzner
by Karyn Kay and Gerald Peary
The Silent Feminists: America’s First Women Directors by Anthony Slide
Directed by Dorothy Arzner by Judith Mayne
Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball by Kathleen Brady
’Tis Herself: A Memoir by Maureen O’Hara

The Hitch-Hiker
AFI notes - “The Hitch-Hiker”
TCM  - “The Hitch-Hiker” by Frank Miller
Senses of Cinema - Ida Lupino by Wheeler Winston Dixon
Indiewire - Book Excerpt: The Psychology of Fear in Ida Lupino’s “The Hitch- Hiker” by Heidi Honeycutt
Girls Do Film - The Hitch-Hiker: Ida Lupino’s Economical Noir
Ida Lupino: A Biography
by William Donati
Queen of the B’s: Ida Lupino Behind the Camera edited by Annette Kuhn 

Cléo from 5 to 7
The Criterion Collection - Cléo from 5 to 7: Passionate Time by Adrian Martin
The Criterion Collection - Cléo from Screen to Stage by Michael Koresky
TCM - “Cleo from 5 to 7” by Rob Nixon
Slant Magazine - “Cléo from 5 to 7” by Eric Henderson
Surrender to the Void - “Cléo from 5 to 7”
PopOpiq - The Conversation: Drew Morton and Landon Palmer Discuss “Cléo from 5 to 7” by Landon Palmer
Women Filmmakers: Women on the Other Side of the Camera edited by Amy L. Unterburger
Films de France - Agnes Varda biography
Senses of Cinema - Agnes Varda by Helen Carter
Agnes Varda: Interviews edited by T. Jefferson Kline
Agnes Varda by Kelley Conway 

Daisies
The Criterion Collection - Pearls of the Deep: Alumni Association & Daisies: Flower Girls
TCM - “Daisies” by Greg Ferrera
Bonjour Tristesse - “Daisies”
Scopophilia - “Daisies” by Richard Winters
Cinepassion - “Daisies” by Fernando F. Croce
Ferdy on Films - “Daisies” by Marilyn Ferdinand
Senses of Cinema - This Film’s Going Bad: Collaborative Cutting in “Daisies” by Dylan Rainforth
Women Filmmakers: Women on the Other Side of the Camera edited by Amy L. Unterburger
New Wave Film - Peter Hames on Vera Chytilová by Simon Hitchman
Sampsonian Way - “Everything That Well-Behaved Young Ladies Aren’t Supposed to Do”: Věra Chytilová and the Czechoslovak New Wave by Caitlyn Christensen
Film Comment - In Memoriam: Věra Chytilová (1929-2014) by Meredith Slifkin

Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels
The Criterion Collection - A Matter of Time: “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels” by Ivone Marguiles
Critic After Dark - “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels” by Noel Vera
Film Inquiry - “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels”: Mystery and Insight in Everyday Work by Benjamin Wang
Cinepassion - “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels” by Fernando F. Croce
Critics Round Up - “Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels”
Bright Wall/Dark Room - Tales of Ordinary Sadness: Melancholy in The Cinema of Chantal Akerman by Joseph Earp
Women Filmmakers: Women on the Other Side of the Camera edited by Amy L. Unterburger
Jew Age - Chantal Akerman biography
The House Next Door - Jeanne Dielman: Three Decades Later a Q&A with Chantal Akerman
by Dan Callahan
Sight & Sound - Keeping a distance: Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman by Janet Bergstrom
Harvard Film Archive - Breathing Through Cinema - The Films of Chantal Akerman by Carson Lund
The Guardian
- Chantal Akerman Obituary by Jonathan Romney
The New Yorker - Chantal Akerman by Richard Brody

The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum
The Criterion Collection - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Amy Taubin
TCM  - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Scott McGee
Roger Ebert dot com - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Roger Ebert
Not Coming to a Theater Near You - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Rumsey Taylor
The Digital Fix - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Noel Megahey
Wellington Film Society - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Joe Pettit Jr
The European Graduate School (Volker Schlondorff, Margarethe von Trotta bios)
The Official Volker Schlondorff website
Senses of Cinema - Margarethe von Trotta by Ben Andac
Images Journal - “The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” 

Seven Beauties
Roger Ebert dot com - “Seven Beauties” by Roger Ebert
The Chicago Reader - “Seven Beauties” by Ben Sachs
Critics Round Up - “Seven Beauties”
Surrender to the Void - “Seven Beauties”
Studies in Cinema - World War II Through A Comedic Lens by Jeremy Carr
TCM - Lina Wertmüller
Encyclopedia.com - Lina Wertmüller
Harvard Film Archive - The Disorder of Things: A Lina Wertmüller Retrospective
Variety - Lina Wertmüller on What Being the First Female Director Nominated for an Oscar Means to Her by Henry Chu
The Criterion Collection - Grotesque Poetry: A Conversation with Lina Wertmüller by Hillary Weston
Jezebel - A Conversation with Lina Wertmüller by Stassa Edwards
Moviemaker Magazine - Lost and Found: The Misunderstood Career of Lina Wertmüller, the First Female "Best Director" Oscar Nominee by Jon Silberg

My Brilliant Career
Madman Entertainment - Gillian Armstrong biography
Women Filmmakers Encyclopedia edit by Amy L. Unterburger
Bitch Flicks - No Apologies: The Ambition of Gillian Armstrong and “My Brilliant Career” by Rebecca Hirsch Harcia
Senses of Cinema - Gillian Armstrong
by Helen Carter
Precinct - Director Gillian Armstong: Some Notes on a Brilliant Career by Sarah Hall
BOMB Magazine - Gillian Armstrong by Liza Béar
SBS News - “People wondered if I would survive” by Marc Fennell
The New York Times - At Tea with Gillian Armstrong: A Lucky Director’s Daring Career by Ruth Reichl

Daughters of the Dust
The Official Julie Dash website
Roger Ebert dot com - “Daughters of the Dust”
by Roger Ebert
The New Yorker - The Return of Julie Dash’s “Daughters of the Dust” by Richard Brody
The Washington Post - “Daughters of the Dust” by Rita Kempley
Slant Magazine - “Daughters of the Dust” by Clayton Dillard
The Austin Chronicle - “Daughters of the Dust” by Marjorie Baumgarten
Cinema Scope - “Daughters of the Dust”
by Steve Macfarlane
The Historymakers - Julie Dash biography
UCLA website - Julie Dash biography
Film Comment - Interview: Julie Dash
by Cassie de Costa
Vogue Magazine - Director Julie Dash on “Daughters of the Dust”, Beyoncé, and Why We Need Film Now More Than Ever
by Julia Felsenthal
Metro
- “Daughters of the Dust” Returns to provide a Safe Space by Matt Prigge

Point Break
AFI notes  - “Point Break”
Roger Ebert dot com - “Point Break”
by Roger Ebert
Rolling Stone - “Point Break” by Peter Travers
Slant Magazine - “Point Break”
by Arthur Ryel-Lindsey
Daily Film Dose - “Point Break”
by Alan Bacchus
The Telegraph - Tough Guys Have Feelings Too: The Power of Point Break
by Robbie Collin
MTV - A Celebration of “Point Break”: 25 Years Later
by Teo Bugbee
Birth Movies Death - “Point Break”: Kathryn Bigelow’s Subversive Surf Western
by Priscilla Page
Kathryn Bigelow: Interviews
edited by Peter Keough
Premiere Magazine - James Cameron interview by Johanna Schneller
Spectacular Bodies: Gender, Genre and the Action Cinema by Yvonne Tasker
Biography dot com - Kathryn Bigelow, Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves bios
Parallax View - Black Arts
by Kathleen Murphy
DGA - Passion Player
by Steve Chagollan
Time Magazine - Kathryn Bigelow’s Art of Darkness
by Jessica Winter

Orlando
Variety - “Orlando” by David Stratton
The New York Times - Witty, Pretty, Bold, A Real She-Man by Vincent Canby
Roger Ebert dot com - “Orlando” by Roger Ebert
The Washington Post - “Orlando” by Rota Kempley
Slant Magazine - A Movie A Day: Day 58 “Orlando” by Elise Nakhnikian
Spirituality and Practice - “Orlando” by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
The Los Angeles Times - Director Sally Potter Defies Boundaries in “Orlando” by David Gritten
The Official Sally Potter website - “Orlando”
BFI Screenonline - Sally Potter, Tilda Swinton bios
Senses of Cinema - Sally Potter by Kristi McKim
Emanuel Levy - “Orlando” Interview with Writer / Director Sally Potter
Cleo
- “Sharing Something Closer to Paradise” : An Interview with Sally Potter by Tim Hayes
Encyclopedia Britannica - Virginia Woolf bio
The Virginia Woolf Blog - Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando”: A Landscape Love Story Transcending All Borders
by Rebecca Beatrice Brooks
Conceptual Fiction - “Orlando” by Virginia Woolf by Ted Gioia
The Telegraph - Tilda Swinton on Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando” by Tilda Swinton

The Piano
The Guardian - Holly Hunter interview by Sandra Hebron
The Guardian - How We Made: Michael Nyman and Jane Campion on “The Piano” by Anna Tims
The Independent - Well Holly Would, Wouldn’t She?: Holly Hunter had to Fight to Get a Part in Jane Campion’s “The Piano” by Sheila Johnston
The Independent -
Piano Forte by Quentin Curtis
Urban Cinefile - Making of: “The Piano” by Andrew L Urban
The Official Miramax website - 20 Things You Didn’t Know About “The Piano”
The Telegraph - “Top of the Lake”: Holly Hunter interview by Helena de Bertodano
Radio Times - “Top of the Lake”: Jane Campion and Holly Hunter on Reuniting 20 Years After “The Piano”
Deadline - Emmy’s Q&A: Holly Hunter by Ray Richmond
Interview Magazine - New Again: Jane Campion by Katherine Dieckmann and Michael Tabb 

The Watermelon Woman
The New York Times - On Black Films and Breezy Lesbians by Stephen Holden
SFGate - “Watermelon Woman” Digs Fruitfully into a Faux Past
by Ruthe Stein
The Austin Chronicle - “The Watermelon Woman”
by Marjorie Baumgarten
Slant Magazine - “The Watermelon Woman”
by Clayton Dillard
Critics Round Up
The Official Cheryl Dunye website
Indiewire - Cheryl Dunye Always Knew Black Lives Mattered: “The Watermelon Woman” Legacy
by Jude Dry
Interview Magazine - Cheryl Dunye’s Alternative Histories
by Colleen Kelsey
The Lenny Interview - Cheryl Dunye
by Katherine Bernard
ONE Archives - Memoirs of a Watermelon Woman, An Archive of Production Ephemera

The Virgin Suicides
The New York Times - Evanescent Trees and Sisters in an Enchanted 1970’s Suburb by A.O. Scott
Variety - “The Virgin Suicides” by Emmanuel Levy
Roger Ebert dot com - “The Virgin Suicides” by Roger Ebert
SFGate - Sofia Coppola Creates a Dreamy, Lyrical World / Five Blond Beauties Become “Virgin Suicides”
by Peter Stack
Slant Magazine - “The Virgin Suicides” by Ed Gonzalez
Encyclopedia Britannica - Sofia Coppola bio
Biography - Sofia Coppola
, James Woods, Kirsten Dunst, Danny DeVito bios
The Guardian - Sofia Coppola on Making “The Virgin Suicides” by Sofia Coppola
Entertainment Weekly - Sofia Coppola: Studio Was “Afraid” of Girls Watching “The Virgin Suicides” by Joey Nolfi
Indiewire - Sofia Coppola: Paramount Classics Feared “Virgin Suicides” Release Would Encourage Girls to Commit Suicide by Zack Sharf  
Gradesaver - Jeffrey Eugenides bio
The Paris Review - Jeffrey Eugenides, The Art of Fiction No. 215 by James Gibbons
W Magazine - Kirsten Forever
by Sofia Coppola

Whale Rider
Roger Ebert dot com - “Whale Rider” by Roger Ebert
SFGate - A Born Leader But Not a Boy / A Maori Girl Must Cope With an Elder’s Disdain in simple “Whale Rider” by Mick LaSalle
PopMatters - “Whale Rider” by Cynthia Fuchs
Urban Cinefile - “Whale Rider” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
Urban Cinefile - Caro, Niki: “Whale Rider” by Andrew L. Urban
World Socialist Web Site - Film-making in the Service of Identity Politics by John Braddock
NZ on Screen - Niki Caro bio
Indiewire - Girl Power: New Zealand Writer/Director Niki Caro Talks About “Whale Rider”
by Ryan Mottesheard
DGA - Powerful People
by F.X. Feeney
Stuff - Niki Caro: Lifting the Lid on the “Whale Rider” Backlash by Michael O’Sullivan
Stuff - Keisha Castle-Hughes’s Rollercoaster Ride by The Dominion Post
Encyclopedia Britannica - Witi Ihimaera bio
Notable Biographies - Keisha Castle-Hughes bio
BBC - Keisha Castle-Hughes by Anwar Brett

Real Women Have Curves
Roger Ebert dot com - “Real Women Have Curves” by Roger Ebert
SFGate - Mom, Teen Square off in “Real Women” / Funny, Engaging Drama About Latino Family in LA by Carla Meyer
USA Today - “Real Women” Reflects the Real World by Claudia Puig
Nitrate Online - “Real Women Have Curves” by Cynthia Fuchs
Urban Cinefile - “Real Women Have Curves” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
The Washington Post - A Rare Film About and For Real Women by Donna Britt
LA Weekly - Latina Filmmaker Patricia Cardosa Was Almost Hired to Direct a Feature 7 Times by Ana Luisa González
Entertainment Weekly - 15 Years Later, “Real Women Have Curves” is Still a Cultural Revolution by Joey Nolfi
Film Monthly - It’s “Curves” Ahead for America by Paul Fischer
SplicedWire - All America(n) Girl by Rob Blackwelder

Bend It Like Beckham
Roger Ebert dot com - “Bend It Like Beckham” by Roger Ebert
Not Coming to a Theater Near You - “Bend It Like Beckham” by
Village Voice - “Bend It Like Beckham” by Chiranjit Goswami
Slate - Kicking, But Not Alive by David Edelstein
Nitrate Online - “Bend It Like Beckham” by Cynthia Fuchs
The Atlantic - “Bend It Like Beckham” and the Art of Balancing Cultures by Rajpreet Heir
BFI Screenonline - Gurinder Chadha bio
The Telegraph - Gurinder Chadha Interview: Why “Bend It Like Beckham” Still Matters by Jasper Rees
The Guardian - Larger Than Life by Geraldine Bedell
The Guardian - Gurinder Chadha: “It’s Been the Most Satisfying Thing I’ve Ever Done” by Corrine Jones
The Guardian - Keira Knightley: “I Used to Try to be Sensible and Good and Professional” by Megan Conner
Entertainment Weekly - How “Bend It Like Beckham” Bent the Rules and Became a Girl Power Classic by Devan Coggan
Mental Floss - 18 Winning Facts About “Bend It Like Beckham”
by Dana Schwartz

The Headless Woman
Not Coming to a Theater Near You - “The Headless Woman” by Jenny Jediny
Ferdy on Film - “The Headless Woman” by Marilyn Ferdinand
Eye for Film - “The Headless Woman” by Anton Bitel
Daily Film Dose - “The Headless Woman” by Alan Bacchus
Critics Round Up
Festival de Cannes - Lucrecia Martel bio
Film Comment - Interview: Lucrecia Martel by Amy Taubin
Indiewire - “Headless Woman” Director Lucrecia Martel: My Love of Storytelling Comes From Oral Tradition by Eugene Hernandez
Filmmaker Magazine - Lucrecia Martel: “The Headless Woman” by Nick Dawson
Reverse Shot - Lucrecia Martel by Chris Wisniewski
BOMB Magazine - Lucrecia Martel by Haden Guest
The New York Times - Lucrecia Martel: A Director Who Confounds and Thrills by J. Hoberman

Wendy and Lucy
Roger Ebert dot com - “Wendy and Lucy” by Roger Ebert
USA Today - “Wendy” is Rich in Dismay, Hope by Claudia Puig
The Boston Globe - “Wendy and Lucy” by Wesley Morris
The Austin Chronicle - “Wendy and Lucy” by Kimberly Jones
Screen Comment - “Wendy and Lucy” by Kevin Bowen
Who2 Biographies - Kelly Reichardt bio
Senses of Cinema - Kelly Reichardt by Sam Littman
Indiewire - Decade: Kelly Reichardt on “Wendy and Lucy” by Peter Knegt
Slant Magazine - Interview: Kelly Reichardt on “Wendy and Lucy” by Ryan Stewart
The Guardian - Kelly Reichardt: “Faster, Faster, Faster - We All Want Things Faster” by Nigel M. Smith
Reuters
- Michelle Williams Says “Wendy and Lucy” Role a Gift by Michelle Nichols
IFC - Interview: Kelly Reichardt on “Wendy and Lucy” by Alison Willmore

Women Without Men
Variety - “Women Without Men” by Jay Weissberg
SFGate - “Women Without Men” by Walter Addiego
Slant Magazine - “Women Without Men” by Lauren Wissot
Film Forward - “Women Without Men” by Nora Lee Mandel
The Film Sufi - “Women Without Men” Shirin Neshat and Shoja Azari
Guggenheim - Shirin Neshat bio
Artnet - Shirin Neshat bio
Hammer on Nail - A Conversation with Shirin Neshat by Alexandra Roxo
Filmmaker Magazine - “Women Without Men” Shirin Neshat by Livia Bloom
Artspace - Q&A: Exiled Iranian Artist Shirin Neshat on the Making of “Women Without Men” by Artspace Editors

Fish Tank
The New York Times - A Reckless Teenager, Seeking Solitude Yet Craving Connection by A.O. Scott
Roger Ebert dot com - “Fish Tank” by Roger Ebert
Next Projection - “Fish Tank” by Jocelyn Codner
The Austin Chronicle - “Fish Tank” by Kimberly Jones
Urban Cinefile - “Fish Tank” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
BFI Screenonline - Andrea Arnold bio
Filmmaker Magazine - Andrea Arnold, “Fish Tank” by Damon Smith
Indiewire - Interview: Andrea Arnold Talks “Fish Tank” by Kimber Myers
Hammer to Nail - A Conversation with Andrea Arnold by Michael Tully
The Scotsman - Andrea Arnold Interview
The Guardian - Katie Jarvis: “Walking Down the Red Carpet, People Screaming… Madness!” by Barbara Ellen
The Atlantic - Michael Fassbender Showed All of His Threatening Appeal in “Fish Tank” by David Sims
Under the Radar - Michael Fassbender: Interview With the Co-star of “Fish Tank” by Chris Tinkham

The Kids Are All Right
Roger Ebert dot com - “The Kids Are All Right” by Roger Ebert
USA Today - Warm “Kids Are All Right” Approaches Perfection by Claudia Puig
Slant Magazine - “The Kids Are All Right” by Lauren Wissot
World Socialist Web Site - “The Kids Are All Right” Circling the Wagons by Joanne Laurier
Urban Cinefile - “The Kids Are All Right” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
NPR - Director Lisa Cholodenko on Conceiving “The Kids” by Fresh Air
The Guardian - Lisa Cholodenko: “I’m Cynical About the Gay Martyr Movie” by Kira Cochrane
Harpers Bazaar - Two Moms and a Baby by Lisa Cholodenko
Filmmaker Magazine - Lisa Cholodenko, “The Kids Are All Right” by Damon Smith
Cinema Blend - Interview: “The Kids Are All Right” Director Lisa Cholodenko by Katey Rich
TimeOut - Lisa Cholodenko and Julianne Moore on “The Kids Are All Right” by Joshua Rothkopf
The Mercury News - Annette Bening on Family and “The Kids Are All Right” by Barry Caine
The Telegraph - “The Kids Are All Right” Mark Ruffalo Interview by Will Lawrence

We Need To Talk About Kevin
The New York Times - Suffocated By Motherhood, and a Child Whose Hold Still Lingers by A.O. Scott
Roger Ebert dot com - “We Need To Talk About Kevin” by Roger Ebert
The Atlantic - The Impossible Question of “We Need To Talk About Kevin”: Nature or Nuture? by Ian Buckwalter
Slant Magazine - “We Need To Talk About Kevin” by Ed Gonzalez
Urban Cinefile - “We Need To Talk About Kevin” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
BFI Screenonline - Lynne Ramsay, Tilda Swinton bios
The Film Stage - “We Need To Talk About Kevin” Director Lynne Ramsay Talks Casting John C. Reilly, Framing, Tomatoes & More by Bill Graham
The Guardian - Lynne Ramsay: “Just Talk to Me Straight” by Sean O’Hagan
The Guardian - Director Lynne Ramsay: “I’ve Got a Reputation For Being Difficult - It’s Bullshit” by Miranda Sawyer
The Guardian - Lionel Shriver Talks About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
The Guardian - Tilda Swinton: “I Didn’t Speak For Five Years” by Kira Cochrane
Interview Magazine - Lynne Ramsay Frames The Picture by Durga Chew-Bose
Vanity Fair - Ezra Miller on “We Need to Talk About Kevin” Playing Tormented Teens and Scaring His Own Friends by Julie Miller

Wadjda
The New York Times - Silly Girl, You Want to Race a Boy? by A.O. Scott
Paste Magazine - “Wadjda” by Tim Grierson
Urban Cinefile - “Wadjda” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
The Austin Chronicle - “Wadjda” by Marjorie Baumgarten
Torino Film Lab - Haifaa Al-Mansour bio
NPR - “Wadjda” Director: “It’s Time to Open Up” by NPR Staff
The Independent - Haifaa Al-Mansour Interview by Enjoli Liston
The Guardian - Haifaa Al-Mansour: “It’s Very Important to Celebrate Resistance” by Liz Hoggard
The Huffington Post - Filmmaker Haifaa Al-Mansour: The “Exceptional Arab Women in Film” Series by E. Nina Rothe
The Washington Post - “Wadjda” Director Haifaa Al-Mansour Gives Female Perspective of Life in Saudi Arabia by Dan Zak
Marie Claire - 7 Reasons Why We’re in Awe of This Woman by Francesca Rice

The Babadook
Variety - “The Babadook” by Scott Foundas
Slant Magazine - “The Babadook” by Abhimanyu Das
The Austin Chronicle - “The Babadook” by Marjorie Baumgarten
The Hollywood Reporter - “The Babadook” by David Rooney
The Guardian - “The Babadook”: “I Wanted to Talk About the Need to Face Darkness in Ourselves” by Paul McInnes
The Los Angeles Times - “The Babadook”: Director Jennifer Kent Confronts a Boogeyman by Gina McIntyre
Cinema Australia - Interview: Jennifer Kent
Oregon Live - “The Babadook” Interview: Jennifer Kent Talks About Her Terrifying First Feature by Marc Mohan
Mountain Xpress - Interview with “The Babadook” Writer-Director Jennifer Kent by Ken Hanke

Girlhood
Variety - “Girlhood” by Peter Debruge
Indiewire - “Girlhood” Star Karidja Toure Talks Her Casting, Meaning Within the Film, Her Future as An Actress, More by Tambay A. Obenson
The Los Angeles Times - “Girlhood” Celebrates Power and Passion of Sisterhood by Kenneth Turan
Sight and Sound - Film of the Week: “Girlhood” by Sue Harris
World Cinema Guide - “Girlhood”
Critics Round Up
The European Independent Film Festival - Celine Sciamma bio
The Independent - Celine Sciamma Interview: Step Aside “Boyhood”, It’s “Girlhood” Time by James Mottram
Indiewire - Interview: “Girlhood” Director Celine Sciamma on Race, Gender & the Universality of the Story by Zeba Blay
Jezebel - An Interview with Celine Sciamma: Director of “Girlhood” by Kerensa Cadenas
Close-Up - Interview: “Girlhood” Celine Sciamma and Karidja Toure
Teen Vogue - You’ll Never Believe How Breakout French Actress Karidja Toure Was Discovered by Dana Matthews, Bruno Werzinski, Victor Vaughns
The Guardian - The Stars of “Girlhood”: “Our Poster is All Over Paris, with Four Black Faces on it…” by Jonathan Romney

Mustang 
Cineaste - “Mustang” by Darragh O’Donaghue
Film Inquiry - “Mustang” a One of a Kind Coming-of-Age Story by Alistair Ryder
Digital Journal - “Mustang” Gains Deserved Recognition For Spirited Portrait by Sarah Gopaul
Seattle Screen Scene - “Mustang” by Melissa Tamminga
Urban Cinefile - “Mustang” by Andrew L. Urban and Louise Keller
Festivalscope - Deniz Gamze Erguven, Alice Winocour bio
The Guardian - Deniz Gamze Erguven: “For Women in Turkey it’s Like the Middle Ages” by Rachel Cooke
Indiewire - Meet Deniz Gamze Erguven - “Mustang” by Laura Berger
Vogue - Deniz Gamze Erguven on Her Stunning New Movie, “Mustang” by Julia Felsenthal
The Toast - An Interview with Deniz Gamze Erguven on Her Feminist Fairytale “Mustang” by Ren Jender
Elle - “The Mustang” 5: Locked Up With the Cult-Like Cast of This Year’s Oscar Darkhorse by Justine Harman

Lady Bird
Slant Magazine - “Lady Bird” by Christopher Gray
The Guardian - “Lady Bird” Review - Greta Gerwig’s Charming and Witty Solo Directorial Debut Flies High by Benjamin Lee
Sight and Sound - “Lady Bird” Review: Greta Gerwig Sketches Scenes From an Awkward Adolescence by Nick Pinkerton
Spirituality and Practice - “Lady Bird” by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Biography - Greta Gerwig, Saoirse Ronan bios
NPR - Greta Gerwig Takes On Mother-Daughter Love (and Angst) in “Lady Bird” by Fresh Air
Rolling Stone - How Greta Gerwig Turned the Personal “Lady Bird” Into a Perfect Movie by Esther Zuckerman
Indiewire - Greta Gerwig Explains How Much of Her Charming Coming-of-Age Film “Lady Bird” Was Inspired By Her Own Youth by Kate Erbland
Variety - Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan on How They Found the Voice of “Lady Bird” by Owen Gleiberman
Time Magazine - How Talent - And a Little Luck - Got Saoirse Ronan to Hollywood by Eliana Dockterman
Screen Daily - “Lady Bird” star Laurie Metcalf on Why Working With a Female Director Felt Different by Louise Tutt

The Rider
Screen Anarchy - “The Rider” Elegiac and Intimate Portrait of Suffering and Care by Shelagh Rowan-Legg
Film Explorer - “The Rider” by Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie
Hammer to Nail - “The Rider” by Christopher Llewellyn Reed
Critics Round Up
The Village Voice - This is Not Your Last Rodeo
by Bilge Ebiri
Deadline - “The Rider” Helmer Chloe Zhao on Her Portrait of the Demonized American Heartland by Nancy Tartaglione
Filmmaker Magazine - Chloe Zhao by Scott Macaulay
Screen Daily - Chloe Zhao Talks About Her Journey From China to Dakota by Liz Shackleton
National Board of Review - “The Rider” Q&A with Chloe Zhao and Brady Jandreau
The Los Angeles Times - How a Cowboy From South Dakota and a Filmmaker From Beijing Came Together on the Critically Acclaimed Indie “The Rider” by Josh Rottenberg
Interview Magazine - The Heart-Stopping Cowboy Film That Won Over Cannes by Evan Siegel
WTOP - In Chloe Zhao’s “The Rider” a Rodeo Cowboy Plays Himself by The Associated Press
Deadline - “I Was Awful Lucky To Live”: “The Rider” Star Brady Jandreau on Docudrama Study of Cowboy Lifestyle by Damon Wise
Kickin’ 105 - Prayers for Lane Scott
Vanity Fair - Director Chloe Zhao Mines the Broken Life of a Modern Cowboy in “The Rider” by Nicole Sperling
1985 Artists - Tiyospaye by Evan Louison
Vanity Fair - “The Rider” Star Brady Jandreau Trades the Rodeo Circuit for the Film Festival Circuit by Nicole Sperling
Boston Herald - A Star Is Born: “The Rider” Brady Jandreau by Stephen Schaefer