The Ultimate Feminist Streaming Service Content List – Part 3

I hope you have been enjoying some of the films from this lists part 1 and part 2. I would love to hear which ones you’ve seen and which ones you’d recommend in the comments below. I have been amazed to see just how much I hadn’t even seen on the Netflix home page.

Whilst the algorithm is designed to suggest things to you based on what you’ve watched before it does make it difficult to discover new films and tv shows you might not have considered watching in the first place. That’s why I am doing this list. This third part will cover all female directed film titles from D-H on Australian Netflix as of May 2020.


Dedemin Fisi – Directed by Meltem Bozoflu (2014)

Deidra & Laney Rob a Train – Directed by Sydney Freeland (2017)

Despite Everything – Directed by Gabriela Tagliavini (2019)

Divines – Directed by Houda Benyamina (2016)

Dude – Directed by Olivia Milch (2018)

E-Team – Co-directed by Katy Chevigny (2014)

Elisa & Marcela – Directed by Isabel Coixet (2019)

Enter The Anime – Directed by Alex Burunova (2019)


Feminists: What Were They Thinking? – Directed by Johanna Demetrakas (2018)

Firebrand – Directed by Aruna Raje (2019)

First They Killed My Father – Directed by Angelina Jolie (2017)

Five Nights In Maine – Directed by Maris Curran (2015)

Food on the Go – Directed by Mercedes Cordova (2017)


Ghost Stories – Co-directed by Zoya Akhtar (2020)

Good Sam – Directed by Kate Melville (2019)


HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé – Directed by Beyonce Knowles (2019)

Heal – Directed by Kelly Noonan (2017)

Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea – Directed by Alex Stapleton (2019)

Heroin(e) – Directed by Elaine McMillion Sheldon (2017)

Hot Girls Wanted – Co-directed by Ronna Gradus (2015)

How To Get Over A Breakup – Co-Directed by Joanna Lombardi (2018)

Once again let me know what you’re watching from this list either in the comments or on Facebook @TheWomensDirection & Twitter @WomensDirection.

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