With 40 incredible films — but not just any films. Each one was written, directed, or produced by a different woman in the industry. That comes in at just over a dollar per film. It’s like the Redbox days but better. Because you’ll also get to pick their brains with exclusive, behind-the-scenes interviews with each of our featured filmmakers.
When the wrong people find out about the illegal activities being conducted by yakuza big shot Otaguro (Hiroshi Tanaka), he calls in master street fighter Terry Tsugury (Sonny Chiba). Tsugury's assignment is to kill the would-be informants, a task he initially accepts. However, when Tsugury reali...
The House I Live In is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz, produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Frank Sinatra. Made to oppose anti-Semitism at the end of World War II, it received an Honorary Academy Award and a special Golden Globe award in 1946.
In the American West, Willet Gashade (Warren Oates), a former bounty hunter, and Coley Boyard (Will Hutchins), his dimwitted partner, are approached by a secretive young woman (Millie Perkins) who offers them money to guide her through the desert but refuses to discuss why she is traveling. The g...
Mohamed is deeply shaken and suspicious when his estranged eldest son Malek returns home to rural Tunisia with a mysterious young wife in tow. The emotional complexities of a family reunion and past wounds lead to tragic consequences.
Short Cuts Award for the Best Canadian Short – Toront...
This exploratory work is an attempt to define the notion of universal awe through a guided journey wrapped in a collection of testimonies and experiences. This collection of moments acts as the collection of our collective memories.
In the early 2000s, following her return from a long stay abroad, Amélie invites her friends, Maude and Pascale to a cottage. In a disturbing and isolated forest, Amélie tries to reconnect with her friend Maude, while the rivalry between her and Pascale takes a dark turn.
Mahalia, a timid 9-year-old black girl, feels different from the other girls in her ballet class. Hoping to boost her confidence, her mother brings her to the hair salon to get her hair straightened for the very first time.
Delphine, a caustic portrait of power dynamics in our society, describes the journey of a young Lebanese girl who, in her own way, rises up against the intimidation she was subjected to as a child. Delphine is an ode to childhood, but also an examination of the wounds it can cause.