Header and Cover Photo: Never Rarely Sometimes Always / Courtesy of Focus Features

Below the names of each film and director, we listed out how you can stream the directors' earlier works, so that you can show your support even when you can't make the trip to the theater.

This list is constantly updating. If you know of any other films helmed by underrepped creators that are releasing within the next few weeks, please let us know at [email protected].

Please also note that all dates are specific to the United States.

FILMS RELEASED MARCH 27

Emperor – Mark Amin

Mark produced the three following films:

Mary Shelley (directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour) – For purchase on YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play

I’d Kill For You (directed by Monika Lynn Wesley) – For purchase on YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play

Manhattan Undying (directed by Babak Payami) – Tubi and Vudu

*MulanNiki Caro

The Zookeeper’s Wife – Hulu

McFarland, USA – Hulu

North Country – Vudu

Whale Rider – Tubi

*Disney has postponed the release of Mulan in theaters. Even so, please be sure to show your support for Niki!

Saint Maud – Rose Glass

Rose's short films are available on Vimeo.

FILMS RELEASING MARCH 20

Blow the Man Down (Amazon Prime Video) – Dir. Bridget Savage Cole, Danielle Krudy

The pair's older short films are available on Vimeo.

Nina Wu – Dir. Midi Z

The Road to Mandalay – Stream via SBS, only within Austrian

Letters from the South – Rent via IFFR

FILMS RELEASED MARCH 13

Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always – Dir. Eliza Hittman

Beach Rats – Hulu

Never Rarely Sometimes Always will be available to rent on April 3rd via on-demand services for $19.99 for a 48-hour viewing period. Click here for more details.

Lost Girls (Netflix) – Dir. Liz Garbus

Who Killed Garrett Phillips? – HBO Go

A Dangerous Son – Hulu, HBO Now

Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper – HBO Now

What Happened, Miss Simone? – Netflix

The Roads Not Taken – Dir. Sally Potter

The Party – Hulu

Ginger & Rosa – Netflix

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FILMS RELEASED MARCH 6

*Go Back to China – Dir. Emily Ting

Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong – Free on YouTube and Tubi

*Go Back to China is available for purchase on YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Vudu.

Escape from Pretoria – Dir. Francis Annan

Holby City (TV series) – BBC One

First Cow – Dir. Kelly Reichardt

Meek’s Cutoff – Tubi, Vudu, Crackle, and Hulu

Wendy and Lucy – Tubi

Old Joy – The Criterion Channel

*First Cow will be re-released in theaters later in 2020.

FILMS RELEASED IN FEBRUARY, STILL IN THEATERS

Emma. – Dir. Autumn de Wilde

Florence + the Machine: Big God (music video) – YouTube

Postman Dreams (short) – YouTube

Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn – Dir.

Cathy Yan

Dead Pigs (trailer) – YouTube

Portrait of a Lady on Fire – Dir. Céline Sciamma

My Life as a Zucchini – Netflix

Water Lilies – The Criterion Channel

Tomboy – The Criterion Channel

The Photograph – Dir. Stella Meghie

Everything, Everything – For purchase on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

The Weekend – For purchase on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

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