Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Female Directors Of Horror (Work In Progress!)


Directed by Jennifer Kent (see the trailer here)


The Dream Woman Directed by Alice Guy--the very first female director and a motion picture innovator and inventor (Note: this is most certainly, and lamentably, a lost film--to date, it is thankfully the only one on this list! For your edification, here is a partial list of lost horrors on Wikipedia--hope springs eternal that they will eventually turn up! Read more about this film here)


Slated to Direct: Candyman Reboot (2020) -- Nia DaCosta (read about the lead casting here, check back for updates. Update: release date set for 12 June 2020)


Directed by Sophia Takal (See the trailer here, this is part of Hulu's original feature length series Into The Dark)



Directed by Amy Holden Jones (see the trailer here)


Co-Directed by Mary Ellen Bute (see the full film here)


Directed by Mary Lambert  (see the trailer here)


Directed by Kathryn Bigelow (see the trailer here)


Directed by Ana Lily Amirpour (see trailer here)


Directed by Roxanne Benjamin, St. Vincent, Jovanka Vuckovic & Karen Kusama (see Jennifer's Body below) (see the trailer)


Directed by Patty Jenkins (see trailer here)


Directed by The Soska Sisters [Jen Soska, Sylvia Soska] (see trailer here)


Directed by Amanda Row [Check it out on Vimeo]


Directed by Gloria Monty [The Screaming Skull 1973 Made-For-Television]


Co-Directed by Veronika Franz (see trailer here)


Directed by Katja von Garnier (see trailer here)


Directed by Claire Denis (see trailer here)


Directed by Mitzi Peirone (see trailer here)


Directed by Stephanie Rothman (see the trailer)



Directed by Coralie Fargeat (see trailer here)


Directed by Karyn Kusama (see trailer here)


Directed by Susanne Bier (see trailer here


Directed by Mary Harron  (see trailer here)


Co-directed by Sandra Martin (see trailer here)


Directed by Rachel Talalay (see trailer here)


Directed by Marina de Van (see the trailer)


Directed by Yalonda Ramke (see the trailer)


Directed by Barbara Peeters (see the trailer)


Directed by Axelle Carolyn (see the trailer)


Directed by Angela Bettis (see the trailer)


Directed by Jackie Kong (see the trailer)


Co-Directed by Hélène Cattet (see the trailer)


Directed by Julia Ducournau (see the trailer)


Directed by Ida Lupino (see the trailer


Directed by Jennifer Lynch (see the trailer)


Directed by Antonia Bird (see the trailer)


Directed by Doris Wishman (see the trailer)


Directed by Stacy Title (see the trailer)


Directed by Cindy Sherman (see the trailer)


Directed by Kimberly Peirce (see the trailer)


Directed by Kei Fujiwara (see the trailer)


Directed by Leigh Janiak (see the trailer)


Directed by M J. Bassett (see the trailer)


Directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui (see the trailer)


Directed by Marina Sargenti (see the trailer)


Directed by Julie Delpy (see the trailer)


Directed by Karen Lam (see the trailer)


Directed by Karen Arthur (see the trailer)


Directed by Issa López (see the trailer)


Directed by Ann Hui (see the trailer)



Directed by Carol Frank (see the trailer)


Directed by Xan Cassavetes (see the trailer)


Directed by Holly Dale  (see the trailer)



Directed by Danielle Harris (see the trailer)


Directed by Hope Perello (see the trailer)


Directed by Deborah Brock (see the trailer)


Directed by Emily Hagins (see the trailer)



Directed by Roberta Findlay (see the trailer)


Co-Directed by Katt Shea (see the trailer)


Co-Directed by Genie Joseph (see the trailer)


Co-Directed by Laura Lau (see the trailer)


Directed by Elisabeth Fies (see the trailer)




Directed by Anna Biller (see the trailer)



Directed by Catherine Hardwicke (see the trailer)


Directed by Emma Tammi (see the trailer)



Directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska (see the trailer)



Directed by Alice Lowe (see the trailer)


Directed by Sonia Escolano (see the trailer)


Kawaii is a short horror film Written & Directed by Gabriella Kapsaski (see the movie details here) [Note: she is also contributing a segment to the anthology Films Confiscated From A French Brothel, due on a June 2nd]



The Existence is horror film in pre-production in the UK. Written & Directed by Danish/Thai actress/producer Buppha Witt (see the trailer) [Note: this photo is of Witt from a different video of her, as of now there is no poster for this film and no release date--check back for updates]


Directed by Drew Phillips (see the movie details here) [Note: Phillips is another contributor to Films Confiscated From A French Brothel]


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