2014 | 11 min
This short documentary profiles a selection of pioneering French female filmmakers from the history of the NFB, including Paule Baillargeon, Aimée Danis, Mireille Dansereau, Marthe Blackburn, and Anne Claire Poirier. These women speak frankly of the challenges and joys of making films for, by, and about women.
This short documentary is part of Making Movie History: A Portrait in 61 Parts.
National Film Board of Canada Website