52 Films By Women To Stream On Netflix and Amazon Prime
To help people with their 52 Films By Women challenge this year I thought I’d put together a list of some of my favorite films directed by women that are easily accessible on Netflix and Amazon Prime. Keep in mind that this is in no way all of the films directed by women available on these services, but rather a selection of films I have seen and enjoy. There are also many more films available to rent on Amazon Video as well. Think of this as a jumping off point! Also if you have not taken the 52 Films By Women pledge yet you can do so here.
I went with one film from each director, but please know some of these directors have multiple films available on both platforms. Also, as I stated earlier there are a ton of other films directed by women on both of these platforms (some I’ve seen, some I plan to watch this year). The possibilities really are endless!
If you’d like some more suggestions of films directed by women to watch (streaming or not streaming), just let me know here or on Twitter what you’re in the mood for and I bet I can suggest something for you!
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