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    Experiencing 'Girls' Withdrawal? Here are the 14 Best Female-Centered Web Series

    HBO's "Girls" and broadcast sitcoms like "The Mindy Project" and "The New Girl" push the envelope on female representations on television, but they aren't the only ones in the game of bringing complicated depictions of women to your screen.

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    It's Not All about the Money: How Filmmakers Should Decide Which Film Festivals Are Worth Going To

    The "Fair Trade for Filmmakers" debate has been raging for a few weeks now (See the original post from Sean Farnel and responses from Heather Croall, Tom Hall and Brian Newman. And also a blow-by-blow of a Full Frame Festival panel on the topic and a recap of that panel from Farnel), and as of yet, ...

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    Project of the Day: A Mother Flees Her Marriage to Crash With Her Gay, Chef Son In 'Eat With Me'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Why the Film World Needs More Angel Investors

    The film world may not be fully acquainted yet with angel investors but the theatre world certainly is. Broadway, after all, is where that “angel” concept originated as far back as the early 1900s. Today, nearly a century since those proto-crowdfunders first stared shaking the money tree, the angels...

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    Project of the Day: 'Who We Were and Where We Lived'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Project of the Day: A Documentary Filmmaker Goes 'From Queens To Cairo' For the Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution

    Project of the Day: A Documentary Filmmaker Goes 'From Queens To Cairo' For the Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution

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    Sundance and True/False Programmers Discuss Festival Economics at Full Frame

    This past weekend the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival hosted a speakeasy chat around the issues raised in the series of Indiewire articles that followed my Fair Trade For Filmmakers piece in this space. Props. It's a queasy discussion for many festivals, evident in some of the defensiveness tha...

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    How to Keep Yourself Sane on Film Sets: Tips from 'The Little Blue Book for Filmmakers'

    In this excerpt from "The Little Blue Book for Filmmakers," Carl Gottlieb and Toni Attell explain how to stay sane on a fiction film shoot. The larger book is a series of chapters that provide a guide to navigating the day-to-day and the job ladder of the contemporary filmmaking world.

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    Danny Boyle Reflects on Shooting Amidst Real Dead Bodies on 'Shallow Grave' and Talks Budgeting at Academy Event

    In anticipation of his latest release "Trance," British filmmaker Danny Boyle sat down for a conversation at the Academy Theater in New York last week to reflect back on his hit debut, "Shallow Grave." The charismatic filmmaker shared his gratitude with the academy for honoring him with a screening ...

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