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    WATCH: Rose McGowan's YouTube Short 'Dawn'

    Coming-of-age short 'Dawn,' which debuted at Sundance, takes a young girl down a forbidden path.

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    Palm Springs International ShortFest Announces 2015 Winners

    The winners for this year's ShortFest were chosen out of 330 short films screened at the festival.

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    Watch: This New Hulu Animated Short Will Make You Smile

    "The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived" reimagines the typical heteronormative fairytale as a queer narrative.

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    Watch: Rose McGowan Brings Sweetness and Menace to Young Sexuality in 'Dawn' Trailer

    The acclaimed short film will launch June 21 exclusively on YouTube.

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    How Lucy Walker and Marianna Palka Faced Fear as They Made 'The Lion's Mouth Opens'

    "The Lion's Mouth Opens" from two-time Academy Award nominated director Lucy Walker airs on HBO June 1.

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    Cannes: AFI Directing Workshop for Women Student Wins Cinéfondation's Top Prize

    The jury, led by "Timbuktu" director Abderrahmane Sissako, honored Pippa Bianco's "Share," starring "American Horror Story" actress Taissa Farmiga, as well as student films from Chile, Russia, and Spain.

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    Cannes: Cinéfondation Short Film Winners Announced, Taissa Farmiga-Starring 'Share' Takes Top Prize

    The Cinéfondation Selection consisted of 18 student films, chosen out of 1,593 entries coming from 381 film schools around the world.

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    Watch: If You've Ever Lost Anyone You Love Watch This Short Film Now

    Oscar Sharp's "The Kármán Line" was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Short and now you can see why.

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