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    Nancy Buirski's Afternoon of a Faun Explores a Dance Legend

    "Tanaquil Le Clercq is mythic. She is also one of the most mesmerizing figures I have ever seen on screen. Not only was I seduced by her beauty, her elegance, and her genius as a dancer, but the fact that this unique talent was felled by polio was too much to bear."

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    Women and Hollywood February 2014 Film Preview

    There's only a smattering of films directed, written, and about women on offer this upcoming month, but there are definitely a few gems in the mix.

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    New York Film Festival Preview, 'Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq'

    "The tragedy of Tanny is epic," Jacques d'Amboise says of his one-time ballet partner, referring to the event that makes Nancy Buirski's eloquent documentary Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq, a moving human drama rather than simply a film about a great dancer. Tanaquil Le Clercq was the ...

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    Interview with Nancy Buirski - Director of The Loving Story

    Interview with Nancy Buirski - Director of The Loving Story

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    Beautiful and Eloquent, "The Loving Story" Comes to HBO

    The Loving Story, which I’ve been following since it was a work-in-progress, premieres on HBO tonight. To say that this documentary is about Mildred and Richard Loving, the interracial couple who were arrested and forced to leave Virginia in the 1950’s, and whose Supreme Court case ...

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    The Documentary Short List: The Women

    The Academy released it's list of 15 films (out of 124) that made the short list for the best documentary feature.  The list is sent out with production companies not the directors, so it's hard at first look to see how many are directed by women.  It turns out that 5 of the 15 hav...

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