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Leah Meyerhoff

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    Attention, Female Filmmakers: The Film Fatales Are Here to Help You

    "I've seen a lot of people, especially women, who are kind of waiting for permission to make their films -- be reinvigorated by being part of this community of working filmmakers."

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here Are 5 SXSW Panels You Can't Miss

    There's so much cool stuff going on at SXSW that it's easy to get overwhelmed... but here are the panels that filmmakers need to attend.

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    Filmmaker Survey: Is Diversity Important? And What's the Best Way to Achieve It?

    How important is diversity to the indie film ecosystem? We asked some filmmakers to share their thoughts on the topic. Their responses are enlightening.

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    Guest Post: The Film Fatales Inspire DIY Chapters

    "Instead of dwelling on statistics and waiting around for people to give us money, we decided to all get together and help each other make our own films," said Leah Meyerhoff, founder of the Film Fatales.

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    NYC Women Filmmakers Mentor Each Other

    The rapidly growing Film Fatales hope to add chapters in other cities soon.

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    SXSW Review: Fantastical 'I Believe In Unicorns' Rings True

    A much discussed topic in the film world recently has been the dearth of women directors in mainstream filmmaking and the impact that this has on the representation of girls and women, and their experiences on screen. Thankfully, the independent film world has a much better track record with female ...

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Leah Meyerhoff

    "I chose to cast my actual mother to play a fictionalized version of herself in the movie and an actual 16-year old girl to play the lead. My mother is in a wheelchair, having been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when I was young. I was tasked with being her caretaker, and these responsibilities a...

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