movies by or about women opening UK/Ire from Fri Sep 28

Crystal Moselle’s coming-of-age drama ‘Skate Kitchen’ and Kate Novack’s documentary ‘The Gospel According to André’ hit the screens…

new in limited release

Skate Kitchen | find cinemas

Crystal Moselle directs and cowrites — with Jen Silverman and Aslihan Unaldi — this coming-of-age drama about a teen girl skateboarder (Rachelle Vinberg) and her new posse of friends.

The Gospel According to André | find cinemas

Kate Novack directs this documentary about fashion icon and Vogue editor André Leon Talley.

Dusty and Me

Betsan Morris Evans directs this historical family comedy about a boy and his dog. (male writer)

Nureyev | find cinemas

Jacqui Morris cowrites and codirects this documentary about legendary ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev.

The Oslo Diaries | find cinemas

Mor Loushy codirects this documentary about (male) Israelis and Palestinians who came together in the 1990s for unsanctioned peace talks.

Glenn Close in ‘The Wife’

Glenn Close in ‘The Wife’

The Wife | find cinemas

Jane Anderson writes this drama about a woman (Glenn Close) stuck in the shadow of her famous novelist husband. (male director)

Anchor and Hope | find cinemas

Jules Nurrish cowrites this romantic dramedy about a lesbian couple (Oona Chaplin and Natalia Tena) whose relationship is complicated by their sperm-donor friend. (male director)

Samantha Morton in ‘Two for Joy’

Samantha Morton in ‘Two for Joy’

Two for Joy | find cinemas

Billie Piper and Samantha Morton costar in this family drama. (male writer-director)

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