Chatelaine: Women Directors In Film. Outrage (1950)
Women have been working behind the camera directing films from the beginning of the medium. It has only been recently that their contributions have been more widely recognized. Our film expert Walter Chaw has chosen these films that play witness to the international achievements of women directors. Check out Chaw’s contemporary film criticism at filmfreakcentral.net.
Outrage: Starring Mala Powers, Tod Andrews.
Ida Lupino was, and remains, one of Hollywood’s renaissance women – acting, directing, writing and producing. Like many creatives, she took on all of these jobs because she wanted to make the kind of movies that she wanted to make. Outrage is a timeless story – told by a filmmaker who was always ahead of her time. 75 minutes. Unrated.