July 2020 in Films

I spent much of July catching up on some female directed films from earlier in 2020 that I missed, as well as still working my way through Criterion Channel’s Tell Me collection (I only have one film left!!) and honestly that made for a great month of viewing. As always, after the cut you can see everything I watched in July, a breakdown by decade, and a few favorites.

  1. Friends With Money
  2. Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
  3. Valley Girl (2020)
  4. The Rhythm Section
  5. The Assistant
  6. Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado
  7. The Old Guard
  8. Guerillère Talks
  9. Soft Fiction
  10. Land Makar
  11. Suzanne, Suzanne
  12. Audience
  13. Please Give
  14. The Ties That Bind
  15. The Salt Mines
  16. The Transformation
  17. Fatal Affair
  18. Father Soldier Son
  19. Palm Springs
  20. Privilege
  21. Conversations with Intellectuals About Selena
  22. Along Came Polly
  23. Secrets (1933)
  24. The Wind (1928)
  25. The Scarlet Letter (1926)
  26. Walk On The Wild Side
  27. Mimi (2003)

1880s: 0
1890s: 0
1900s: 0
1910s: 0
1920s: 2
1930s: 1
1940s: 0
1950s: 0
1960s: 1
1970s: 2
1980s: 4
1990s: 4
2000s: 3
2010s: 1
2020s: 9

The Assistant, 2020 (dir. Kitty Green)

Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado, 2020 (dir. Cristina Costantini & Kareem Tabsch)

Audience, 1981 (dir. Barbara Hammer)

The Salt Mines, 1990 / The Transformation, 1995 (dir. Susana Aiken and Carlos Aparicio)

The Wind, 1928 (dir. Victor Sjöström)

Walk On The Wild Side, 1962 (dir. Edward Dmytryk)

So that was July. Here’s to more cinema in August!!

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