Magazine article Screen International

First Part of 16-Hour Mark Cousins Doc 'Women Make Film' to Debut at Venice

Magazine article Screen International

First Part of 16-Hour Mark Cousins Doc 'Women Make Film' to Debut at Venice

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Tilda Swinton narrates first four hours of project.

Mark Cousins

Mark Cousins’ next film will be an episodic 16-hour documentary titled Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema that celebrates female directors from around the world.

The project is produced by Hopscotch films, with Dogwoof handling world sales.

The first four hours of the film, narrated by Tilda Swinton who is also an executive producer, will debut at this year’s Venice Film Festival in the Classics strand.

Cousins writes and directs, with John Archer from Hopscotch producing.

Four years in the making and still in production, the finished doc will be ready in spring 2019. …

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