Women Make Film is being screened in five parts. You can watch each part seperately, but there is also a Marathon ticket available for only €30.
"An epic through cinema's undiscovered world, Mark Cousins' 14-hour documentary gives a voice to filmmakers excluded from the cultural conversation. (...) Cousins' marathon essay is pitched as 'a film school of sorts, in which all the teachers are women'. This is not entirely accurate. At least one of the teachers is Cousins himself: it is he who selects the curriculum and who shapes the lessons. It's a view of cinema history that is filtered through by his taste. Fortunately Cousins' taste is broad and adventurous, his passion infectious. The approach is more concerned with the craft of film-making than with personalities." - The Guardian