Rianne Pictures – Women X

Inclusive Cinema spoke to Rianne Pictures founder Caris Rianne and team member  Sophie Duncan on their approach to implementing the toolkit Dismantling Structural Inequality in Your Cinema by Sadia Hameed. How did you hear about the toolkit? Caris: We came across it, I think it was around January time, and it was on my to … More

Birds’ Eye View – Covid Community Fund

Why the project matters The pilot challenges barriers to cinema and film faced by wider communities, and takes a bespoke approach to meeting needs which heighten the barriers during COVID. It ensures that during a time of desperation for survival in the exhibition industry, that already marginalised communities do not continue to be neglected. Aims … More

Women Make Film

Mark Cousins’ epic odyssey of women’s cinema – plus a selection of remarkable films that feature throughout.

Film: Madeline’s Madeline (15)

Madeline’s Madeline, the third feature from American filmmaker Josephine Decker is anchored by a star-making performance from newcomer Helena Howard. She plays Madeline, a talented but mentally ill New York teenager. Studying in a prestigious acting class, she is encouraged by its ambitious, spacey director Evangeline (Molly Parker) to weave her rich interior world and troubled … More

Film: The Hours (12)

Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore star as three women from different eras who are linked by their common yearnings and fears. Virginia Woolf (Kidman), in a suburb of London in the early 1920s, is battling insanity as she begins to write her first great novel, Mrs. Dalloway. A wife and mother in post-World … More