The Feminist Streaming Service List You’ve Been Waiting For – Part 1

We’ve curated all female directed Netflix content so you don’t have to.

There are 5511 titles in the Australian Netflix library (as of April 9 2020). That’s more content than you could probably watch in your entire life. But how much of it was directed by a woman? How much of this content focuses on female led stories? Well given we’re all sitting bored in Isolation I made it my mission to find out. And no, this was not going to be an easy task, but as someone who struggles to navigate through the Netflix interface to find content directed by women I wanted a list that I could refer to and I thought someone else might want one too.

Since there are thousands of titles to filter through, and no easy way to see who directed each film, I’m going to make these a series breaking down the list Alphabetically. Therefore this post only covers those titles beginning with Numbers to the letter A.

#Selfie – Directed by Cristina Jacob (2014)

#Selfie69 – Directed by Cristina Jacob (2016)

13th – Directed by Ava DuVernay (2016)

28 Days – Directed by Betty Thomas (2000)

3 Seconds Divorce – Directed by Shazia Javed (2018)

37 Seconds – Directed by Hikari (2019)

6 Balloons – Directed by Marja-Lewis Ryan (2018)

6 Years – Directed by Hannah Fidell (2015)

90ml – Directed by Anita Undeep

A Cinderella Story: A Christmas Wish – Directed by Michelle Johnston (2019)

A Little Bit Of Heaven – Directed by Nicole Kassell (2011)

A Perfect Ending – Directed by Nicole Conn (2012)

A Suitable Girl – Directed by Sarita Khurana & Smriti Mundhra (2017)

A Tale of Two Kitchens – Directed by Trisha Ziff (2019)

A Wish For Christmas – Directed by Christie Will (2016)

Abducted in Plain Sight – Directed by Skye Borgman (2017)

Advantageous – Directed by Jennifer Phan (2015)

After Maria – Directed by Nadia Hallgren (2019)

After Porn Ends 3 – Directed by Brittany Andrews (2018)

Albion: The Enchanted Stallion – Directed by Castille Landon (2016)

Alive and Kicking – Directed by Susan Glatzer (2016)

All Is Well – Directed by Eva Trobisch (2018)

Always Be My Maybe – Directed by Nahnatchka Khan (2019)

American Factory – Co-directed by Julia Reichert (2019)

Animas – Co-directed by Laura Alvea (2018)

Arctic Heart – Directed by Marie Madinier (2016)

Arthur Christmas – Directed by Sarah Smith (2011)

Atlantics – Directed by Mati Diop (2019)

Audrie & Daisy – Co-directed by Bonni Cohen

Let us know on Facebook or Twitter which films you’ve seen out of this list and which ones you’re going to check out. Also drop me a comment below so I know if this is genuinely helpful to people or not. Happy Netflix watching!

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