The young women’s digital media and entertainment company Refinery29 is partnering with NEON, the studio behind I, Tonya and Ingrid Goes West, to “identify, purchase, and co-distribute films that align with both companies’ missions to work” with directors and storytellers who bring a different experience and point of view to the movie-going audience.

Assassination Nation, a thriller about a small town thrown into chaos after a hacking scandal, and Nia DaCosta’s modern Western Little Woods will be the first films distributed by Refinery29 and NEON. Asassination Nation stars Tessa Thompson and Lily James, and hits theaters September 21. Little Woods has of yet to receive a release date.

NEON is also set to distribute select Shatterbox short films, which are a collection of online shorts designed to increase the prominence of female filmmakers. The shorts include, Kristen Stewart’s Come Swim, Chloe Sevigny’s Kitty, and Anu Valia’s Lucia Before and After. They have a combined five million views so far.

Refinery29 is also distributes R29 Features, a documentary series about women making change on a global scale.

NEON Senior Vice President Christina Zisa said, “We’re excited to be working with Refinery29 and launching films like ‘Assassination Nation’ and ‘Little Woods’ for the company’s smart, passionate audience of women and to bolster our shared dedication to female filmmakers and female-driven films.” Zisa continued, “We couldn’t think of a better brand and partner to align with than Refinery29, as their commitment to creating and supporting content that speaks to young women today is unparalleled.”