This week's theme from Wandering Through The Shelves is another suggestion by yours truly. This week we're talking about films directed by women. And really, why aren't we talking about this all the time? I wanted to talk specifically about all of the women who should've been nominated for Best Director at this year's Oscars instead of Martin Scorcese, Quinten Tarantino, and that goblin Todd Phillips. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1) Honey Boy
Alma Har'el helped bring Shia Labeouf's semi autobiographical story to life and it's an amazing movie. She makes it feel so real and gets wonderful performances from her actors.
2) A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
3) The Farewell
Lulu Wang's The Farewell was so heartfelt and lovely. It should've had so much more attention.