We're still spotlighting Tribeca selections helmed by women directors every day of #WomensHistoryMonth. Throughout the month of March, you've seen films by acclaimed talents like Bette Gordon, Nicole Holofcener, Mira Nair, Sarah Polley, and Kelly Reichardt. Leyla Bouzid is a filmmaker who absolutely deserves to join their ranks. In her 2016 festival selection AS I OPEN MY EYES, Bouzid follows a Tunisian teen who shirks her studies and disobeys her mother to take the mic as rock goddess in a local band. This is a tuneful and incisive gem about a young artist at the cusp of a personal and political revolution that should be sought out and relished by all.