2022 has proven to be a good year for filmmakers interested in exploring their personal experiences through film. Some of the year’s most critically acclaimed films have been made by budding female directors who have opted to probe their sense of self and recollections of the past with their latest endeavors. Given the creative and financial restraints that many filmmakers face while establishing a name for themselves on the international arena, this achievement of crafting extremely personal films is quite remarkable.
The delicate boldness of these intimate films reveals surprising levels of talent and restraint that distinguish them from any other work from the previous year.
We have Charlotte Wells with “Aftersun”, Alice Diop with “Saint Omer” and Joanna Hogg with “The Eternal Daughter”.
Read more about these filmmaker and their movies here: https://collider.com/female-directors-best-2022/