August 2020 in Films

I spent the bulk of my August re-watching all of Sex and the City from the beginning, plus the movie (and watching the sequel for the first time). You can find a very in depth documentation of that re-watch here. I did, however, also watch some movies. As always after the cut you can find a list of all the new-to-me films I watched, plus a highlighted selection of my favorites.

  1. Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind
  2. Summerland
  3. Yes, God, Yes
  4. Radioactive
  5. Thirty Day Princess
  6. Mary Burns, Fugitive
  7. Les Miserables (1952)
  8. Sun Don’t Shine
  9. She Dies Tomorrow
  10. An American Pickle
  11. Shakedown
  12. Coup de foudre (Entre Nous)
  13. Festival
  14. Black and Tan
  15. St. Louis Blues (1929)
  16. I Surrender Dear
  17. A Rhapsody in Black and Blue
  18. A Bundle of Blues
  19. Sing, Bing, Sing
  20. Cab Calloway’s Hi-De-Ho
  21. Symphony in Black: A Rhapsody of Negro Life
  22. Artie Shaw’s Class in Swing
  23. Hoagy Carmichael
  24. The Sleepover
  25. Sex and the City 2
  26. Les enfants du siècle (The Children of the Century)
  27. Bill & Ted Face the Music
  28. Bee Season

1880s: 0
1890s: 0
1900s: 0
1910s: 0
1920s: 2
1930s: 10
1940s: 0
1950s: 1
1960s: 1
1970s: 0
1980s: 1
1990s: 1
2000s: 1
2010s: 3
2020s: 8

Summerland, 2020 (dir. Jessica Swale)

Yes God Yes, 2020 (dir. Karen Maine)

Radioactive, 2020 (dir. Marjane Satrapi)

Thirty Day Princess, 1934 (dir. Marion Gering)

Sun Don’t Shine, 2012 (dir. Amy Seimetz)

Entre Nous, 1983 (dir. Diane Kurys)

Also want to remind readers that the pilot episode of Sex and The City is directed by Susan Seidelman and that women were at the helm of most of episodes from the first two seasons.

Every Tuesday for the next 14 weeks TCM will be airing Mark Cousins’ new docu-series Women Make Film + 100 films by 100 different women to accompany it. I am SO EXCITED for this and you can bet a lot of my viewing for the next few months will come from that programming. You can see everything that will be airing here.

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