March Movies

I recently updated my list of 2020 movies written and directed by women and wanted to highlight this month’s selections because it ended up included a long list of movies premiering at South By Southwest.

Of the March releases, I have already seen First Cow — my review will be posted in a few days at The Common — and have plan to see Crip Camp next week. I’m also hoping to see Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Often, a movie about two teenage girls traveling in order to get an abortion, and my seven-year-old son is super-excited for the live-action Mulan, so I know I’ll be going to that, too.

Click through for a full list of March movies written or directed by women . . .

March 6
First Cow Director: Kelly Reichardt
Go Back to China  Writer & Director: Emily Ting
Hillary  Director: Nanette Burstein (Hulu documentary)

March 13
Lost Girls  Director: Liz Garbus (Netflix)
Lost Transmissions  Writer & Director: Katharine O’Brien
Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Often  Writer & Director: Eliza Hittman
The Roads Not Taken  Writer & Director: Sally Potter
Stargirl  Director: Julia Hart  Writers: Kristin Hahn and Jordan Horowitz

March 20
Blow the Man Down  Co-directors: Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy (Amazon)

March 25
Crip Camp  Co-directors: James Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham (Netflix)

March 27
Military Wives Writers: Rosanne Flynn and Rachel Tunnard
Mulan  Director: Niki Caro, Writers: Amanda Silver and Lauren Hynek
Tape  Writer & Director: Deborah Kampmeier

CANCELLED!!! SXSW Screenings
Baby God 
(documentary) Director: Hannah Olson
Crestone Writer & Director: Marnie Ellen Hertzler
The Dilemma of Desire (documentary) Director: Maria Finitzo
Freeland  Co-directors and writers: Kate McLean and Mario Furloni
Golden Arm  Director: Maureen Bharoocha, Writers: Ann Marie Allison, Jenna Milly
Good Old Girl (documentary) Director: Sarah Brennan Kolb
Writer & Director: Nicole Riegel
I Used To Go Here  Writer & Director: Kris Rey
I Will Make You Mine  Writer & Director: Lynn Chenn
Lucky  Director: Natasha Kermani, Writer: Brea Grant
Make Up (UK) Writer & Director: Claire Oakley
M is for Magic 
(documentary) Director: Alexis Spraic
A Most Beautiful Thing (documentary) Director: Mary Mazzio
Pink Skies
Ahead Writer & Director: Kelly Oxford
Rare Beasts (UK) Writer & Director: Billie Piper
Really Love  Director: Angel Kristi Williams
Relic  (Australia) Writer & Director: Natalie Erika James
Run Sweetheart Run  Writer & Director: Shana Feste
She Dies Tomorrow  Writer & Director: Amy Seimetz
Shiva Baby  Writer & Director: Emma Seligman
Topside  Co-Writers & Co-Directors: Logan George and Celine Held
Violet Writer & Director: Justine Bateman
Witch Hunt  Writer & Director: Elle Callahan
9to5: The Story of a Movement (documentary) Co-directors: Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert

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