“Maiden” is a documentary about an exceptional woman at sea. “Chambermaid” is a true-to-life tale of a hardworking hotel housekeeper. Both are out now.
“Paris is Burning,” “Big Little Lies” and “Jessica Jones” are all making a comeback—and you won’t want to miss them.
“I grew up at a time when we actually believed we may make a revolution in this country: when women would be equal to men; when workers were paid a living wage; where health care would be universal. My friends were gay, straight, black and white, and I believe this is what gave me that zeal.”
While “Tuca & Bertie” and “Poms” celebrate the joy of female friendship, “The Silence of Others” reminds us why we have to resist forgetting the tough stuff.
“Knock Down the House,” “Ask Dr. Ruth” and “At the Heart of Gold” tell the stories of remarkable women blazing trails at the Olympic games, on Capitol Hill and in our sex lives.
“Birds of Passage,” “Lorena” and “Kim Possible” will bring women-centered stories about crime and justice to big and small screens this weekend.