Washington: Tilda Swinton will be narrating the first 4 hours of the 16-hour long documentary titled ‘Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema’ that will celebrate female directors from around the world.
According to Deadline, the documentary titled ‘Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema’ is being directed by Northern Irish director Mark Cousins. The ‘Doctor Strange’ actress will also serve an executive producer on the film.
The 40-chapter documentary, directed by Northern Irish director Mark Cousins, has been in the pipeline for over four years now. It will be ready to hit the screens by spring 2019.
According to the Production, “using almost a thousand film extracts from thirteen decades and five continents, the film will show how films are made, shot and edited; how stories are shaped and how movies depict life, love, politics, humour and death, all through the lens of some of the world’s greatest women directors.”
Agnes Varda, Jane Campion, Angelina Jolie, Lynne Ramsay, Sally Potter, Lois Weber, Anne Hui, Safi Faye, Mania Akbari, Binka Zhelyazkova and Clio Barnard are some of the female directors that will feature in the film.