Cinéast(e)s

(2013)
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Is there such a thing as strictly feminine cinema? Is it more difficult for a woman than for a man to direct a film? Is gender parity necessary in the industry? Actress and producer Julie GAYET and actor and director Mathieu BUSSON ask these questions to twenty French woman filmmakers, who face a camera together for the first time. After over an hour of lively, informal, spontaneous and funny interviews, it becomes obvious that these issues are still problematic and definitely worthy of a documentary. As Mia HANSEN-LØVE remarks, “In the eyes of the people, a woman’s film is always a woman’s film, while a man’s movie is simply… a movie”.

  1. Julie Gayet

    Director

  2. Mathieu Busson

    Director

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  1. Mona Achache

    Mona Achache

  2. Lisa Azuelos

    Lisa Azuelos

  3. Josiane Balasko

    Josiane Balasko

  4. Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

    Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

  5. Julie Delpy

    Julie Delpy

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  • October 15, 2013
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 15m

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