SFMOMA presents Voices Carry: Women in Film, a new fall film series. This series focuses on contemporary films directed by women whose presence behind the camera is enriching the cinematic field with fresh perspectives. Voices Carry provides cultural interrogations, and genre twists, while widening the lens of on-screen experiences and representation.
SFMOMA’s fall program focuses on contemporary movies by emerging women directors who bring different perspectives to the table than their male counterparts. The roster of international films includes narrative, non-fiction and experimental works such as Argentine auteur Lucrecia Martel’s “Zama,” a historical drama about the mental deterioration of a Spanish colonial officer in 18th century Paraguay; and, Cathy Yan’s “Dead Pigs, an offbeat satire set in China.