In honor of International Women's Day, we've put together a list of recent releases directed by women that you can watch now in theaters as well as streaming on various platforms. There's something for everybody in this list.

Now in theaters

Sundance breakout Before I Fall, directed by Ry Russo-Young, follows Samantha Kingston as she relives the last day of her life over and over again after a tragic accident to discover if she can make meaningful changes in the lives of those around her in just one day. Catch Before I Fall in theatres now, and be sure to check out our Sundance interview with Russo-Young about making the film look amazing on an indie budget.

Also in theaters is A United Kingdom, directed by Amma Asante, which tells the true story of Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana, heir to his country's throne, who creates international upheaval when he marries Ruth Williams, a white woman from London.

In theaters and streaming

Is horror more your speed? Check out XX, now playing in select theatres and streaming on VOD on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and cable VODXX is an anthology horror film of four stories from four female writer/directors: Karyn Kusama (The InvitationGirlfight), Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound), Jovanka Vuckovic (The Captured Bird), and the directorial debut of Annie Clark.

Streaming on VOD

The Edge of Seventeenthe directorial debut of writer Kelly Fremon Craig, recalls classic John Hughes films like The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles. This coming-of-age comedy is about Nadine, a high school junior just trying to make it through her everyday struggles when her brother starts to date her best friend, Krista. Available on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video

Directed by Meena Menon, written by Amy Fox, produced by Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas, and financed by women, Equity is a story about women on Wall Street, navigating the treacherous waters and striving to achieve their ambitions while carefully considering each moment of their personal and professional lives to achieve parity. Check out our interview with screenwriter Amy Fox to learn more about how this story came together. Available on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.

Streaming on Netflix

Ava DuVernay's powerful, Oscar-nominated documentary 13th examines how the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution led to the process of incarcerating African Americans in disproportionate numbers to perpetuate the use of free labor, leading to disenfranchisement and mass incarceration today. Also, check out our post featuring Ava DuVernay telling the story of how Netflix jumpstarted this timely documentary.

The Invitation, directed by Karyn Kusama and featured in our 10 most inventive screenplays of 2016, follows Will as he and his new girlfriend attend a dinner party hosted by Will's ex-wife and new boyfriend. Will feels like something is not quite right, but it might just be the memories of his previous life in this house that are haunting him. Or it might not. Also available to rent on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.

Streaming on Amazon Prime

The Intervention, written and directed by Clea DuVall in her feature directorial debut, follows four couples on a weekend getaway that turns out to be an orchestrated intervention into one of their marriages. Also available to rent on iTunes.

The Dressmaker, directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse, is the story of a high fashion dressmaker who returns to her rural Australian town to take care of her sick mother, and decides to take revenge on the townspeople who banished her years ago. Also available to rent on iTunes.

The Fits, written and directed by Anna Rose Holmer and featured in our 10 most inventive screenplays of 2016, follows 11-year-old Toni as she trades in her boxing gloves to join the dancing troupe at her local community center. Suddenly, girls in the dance troupe start to succumb to "the fits," a strange ailment that induces unique seizures in each afflicted girl. Also available to rent on iTunes.

Featured image: Before I Fall. Credit: Open Road Films.