Nia DaCosta

Director of Little Woods

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Stories about women by women are still very rare onscreen. Just apply the Bechdel Test to recent releases and see how few pass.

‘Little Woods’ explores the challenges facing women in rural America

Stories about women by women are still very rare onscreen. Just apply the Bechdel Test to recent releases and see how few pass.

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