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November 7, 2019

When I started The Celluloid Void, I didn't really know exactly what I wanted it to be… I wanted to focus on women working in the film industry, but at first, I primarily used it as a place to house reviews and lists related to more modern films. As I found myself doing more research for pieces on early cinema, however, I bega...

October 4, 2019

Jackie Kong, Claire Denis, Ana Lily Amirpour, Karyn Kusama, Stephanie Rothman, Amy Holden Jones… These are just a few of the female directors who have made their mark on the horror genre over the years, and these days, it's easier than ever to feast your eyes on their work thanks to streaming offerings on Amazon Prime, Netflix...

October 2, 2019

Welcome to my October roundup of women-directed films being added to Amazon Prime, Criterion Channel, Hulu, and Netflix. A couple of quick recommendations right off the top… First, it's great seeing pioneering independent director Shirley Clarke's work being highlighted over on the Criterion Channel this month: The site will b...

September 3, 2019

And we're back from a little summer hiatus… Thankfully as we enter the new season, the Criterion Channel has blessed us with a whole lotta Lena Wertmuller (coming up at the end of the end of the month), Claire Denis (I'm going to admit I have yet to watch 35 Shots of Rum; fixing that ASAP), and Euzhan Palcy. Now that we've got...

July 1, 2019

Looking to keep on plugging away at your #52FilmsbyWomen goal for 2019? (For those keeping track, I'm currently at 65 films, according to Letterboxd, the most recent being Tamar Simon Hoffs' The Allnighter, which I finally found a VHS copy of on one lucky thrift store expedition. It's got Joan Cusack, Michael Ontkean, Pam Grie...

June 1, 2019

Looking to knock out more of your #52FilmsByWomen goal for 2019? You've come to the right place. Below, you'll find every woman-directed film added to Amazon Prime, Criterion Channel, Hulu, Netflix, and Shudder, plus a few top picks from yours truly. 

First up, it feels like it's been a while since Dorothy Arzner films have bee...

May 17, 2019

When I started The Celluloid Void, I didn't really know exactly what I wanted it to be… I wanted to focus on women working in the film industry, but at first, I primarily used it as a place to house reviews and lists related to more modern films. As I found myself doing more research for pieces on early cinema, however, I bega...

May 12, 2019

When I started The Celluloid Void, I didn't really know exactly what I wanted it to be… I wanted to focus on women working in the film industry, but at first, I primarily used it as a place to house reviews and lists related to more modern films. As I found myself doing more research for pieces on early cinema, however, I bega...

May 2, 2019

Looking to keep up with your #52FilmsByWomen resolution for 2019? Every month, The Celluloid Void keeps tabs on all of the female-directed films being added to Amazon Prime, the Criterion Channel, Hulu, Netflix, Shudder, Tubi, and Vudu, collecting everything in one convenient place. We're always looking for other streaming ser...

May 2, 2019

Starting today, May 1, 2019, The Celluloid Void will be compiling daily headlines concerning women in the film industry, publishing every evening around this time. Want more of a weekly look at the state of things? Stay tuned for a weekly newsletter. Tips can be sent to virginia@thecelluloidvoid.com.

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