Women Make Film World premiere at venice

The first four hours of Mark Cousins' epic 16-hour project Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema had its world debut in Venice. 

It comes to no surprise that the world premiere Marc Cousins’ latest docu-series found phenomenal reception amongst audiences and industry professionals. Venice’s Artistic Director Alberto Barbera joined the Q&A as a surprise guest for the intro. 

In his exclusive interview with Screen Daily Cousins speaks about his intentions behind Women Make Film. In speaking about the overlooked and excluded female artists, Cousins is on a mission to change the canon and to encourage more women to make film. Read the full interview here

His vision is shared by incredibly inspiring women globally. Just announced as the second narrator, Jane Fonda is joining Tilda Swinton for Women Make Film.

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