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Women Cinematographers

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    How I Shot That: Lyric Cabral on Shooting an FBI Sting Operation in '(T)ERROR'

    As part of our "How I Shot That" series, Indiewire recently asked Lyric Cabral, co-director of the highly anticipated documentary "(T)ERROR," which is world premiering at Sundance 2015, about how she shot the tense thriller.

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    Rachel Morrison on Her Two Sundance 2015 Films and Being Pegged as a 'Female DP'

    DP Rachel Morrison has been at Sundance with seven films in the past six years. This year, she heads back to Park City with Rick Famuyiwa's "Dope" and Liz Garbus' "What Happened, Miss Simone?" We recently chatted with the prolific DP about the significance of Sundance, working with Jennifer Aniston ...

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    How I Shot That: First-Time Director and DP Crystal Moselle on the Vérité Style of 'The Wolfpack'

    Indiewire asked director-cinematographer Crystal Moselle about the intimate, vérité style of her first-feature, "The Wolfpack," which is set to have its world premiere at Sundance 2015.

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    'Beyond the Lights' DP Tami Reiker On the Struggle Of Being a Female Cinematographer

    Tami Reiker made history by becoming the first woman to win an American Society of Cinematographers award. Her latest project is "Beyond the Lights," a romantic musical which hits theaters on Friday.

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    8 Female Cinematographers You Should Know About

    These DPs aren't worth paying attention to simply because they're women, but in a field where females are shockingly underrepresented, they certainly stand out.

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    There Aren't Enough Women Cinematographers and That Needs to Change

    In the last five years, women accounted for just 3% of the cinematographers among the 250 top-grossing films. No female DP has ever been nominated for an Academy Award. Director and cinematographer Elle Schneider, is trying to change those figures - in part, with a Digital Bolex Grant for Women Cine...

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    Women Directors Fare Much Better in the Indie World - But It's Still Not Good Enough

    Film festivals across the country are much more welcoming to female filmmakers.

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    Sarah Polley, Lucy Walker, Barbara Kopple Win at Cinema Eye Awards

    Polley won the Best Director prize for "Stories We Tell," while Walker took the inaugural Best TV Documentary award for "The Crash Reel."

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