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    Take the Quiz: How Many Movies By Female Directors Have You Seen?

    The Piano? Fish Tank? Cleo from 5 to 7?

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jessica Yu (Misconception)

    "We literally had people asking us to make this film. But then during the research phase, I became fascinated by the disconnect between what I thought I knew and what is actually happening."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Amy Berg (Every Secret Thing)

    "'Every Secret Thing' is a psychological thriller about a small, suburban New York town that must revisit a tragic murder from seven years earlier when a young girl goes missing in broad daylight. The film is important because it examines the gray area -- the why and how things happen."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Kate Davis (Newburgh Sting)

    "It was very hard to get people from all sides to talk on camera. The prosecutor, several defense attorneys, even family members of the convicted men were afraid to speak out against the FBI, fearing for either their jobs or personal security. "

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Sabine Lubbe Bakker (Ne Me Quitte Pas)

    "Since the friendship between the two protagonists is ruthless, and therefore beautifully honest, I too had to accept we can't always 'fix' things."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Melissa Johnson (Love in the Time of March Madness)

    "I made 'Love in the Time of March Madness' because it's in my bones, literally. It's a dark comedy about my dating life as a woman who hit 6'4" in 8th grade at 127 pounds with size 12 feet -- and lived to tell about it."

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    Guest Post: Getting to the Finish Line

    "Vanishing Pearls" director Nailah Jefferson on finding a sisterhood on her journey to save the Oystermen of Pointe a la Hache.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Louise Ni Fhiannachta (Rubai)

    "I wanted to make a film about challenging our traditions from the perspective of a sincere seven-year-old girl, a perspective that's warranted due to an event in her life."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Susanna Fogel (Life Partners)

    "The idea of normalizing a best friendship between a lesbian and a straight girl without overly politicizing their sexualities felt exciting and true to the zeitgeist now."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Johanna Hamilton (1971)

    "It's a completely improbable story -- they were complete outsiders who trained themselves to be amateur burglars in order to break into an FBI office.... Not only did they manage to pull off a serious heist, but they manage to evade capture despite one of the largest FBI investigations of all time....

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