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    Interview with Anne Emond and Catherine de Lean - Writer/Director and Star of Nuit #1

    I met Anne last spring in Cologne, Germany at the International Women's Film Festival where her film played. We were able to reconnect when she came to town to promote her provocative film, Nuit #1.

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    New Trailer: Middle of Nowhere - Written and Directed by Ava Duvernay

    MIDDLE OF NOWHERE | In theaters October 12, 2012

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    Guest Post: Until the Fat Girl Swims

    Many filmmakers talk about how their vocation is a "labor of love." For most of us, the "labor" can frequently exceed the "love." However, when we release our films out into the world it gives us pride to inspire, touch, and even occasionally enrage our audiences. That,...

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    4 Women Directors in Competition at 2012 Venice International Film Festival

    Contrary to the folks at Cannes who seem to not be able to find any women directed movies for their competition, Alberto Barbara has gotten 4 films with women directors (or co-directors) in the competition.

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    Ruby Sparks- Written by Zoe Kazan and Directed by Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton

    It's no surprise that Zoe Kazan who penned the delightful new film Ruby Sparks opening today is a good writer. Both her parents - Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord are also top tier Hollywood screenwriters. Ruby Sparks is the story of Calvin Weir-Fields (played by Kazan's real life boyfrien...

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    Toronto Trailer Watch: Lore - Directed by Cate Shortland

    Australian Director Cate Shortland's first film Somersault was great and this film looks to be even better. This is one at the top of my list to see in Toronto. Music Box has the US rights but no release date has been set.

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    First Toronto 2012 Lineup News - Women Directors

    Unlike the folks at Cannes, Toronto seems to understand that there are many great women directors, making films that can play at the highest level and this year is no different.

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    Women Directors Make Up Half of the 27th International Film Critics Week at the Venice Film Festival

    The 69th Annual Venice International Film Festival announced the lineup for the 27th International Film Critics Week (SIC), the festival’s independent section.  In this year’s selection of films, women directors are prominently featured, comprising 4 of the 8 films (the ninth film, ...

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    Trailer Watch: Detropia - Directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady

    This doc opens September 7. More info here.

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    Mira Nair's The Reluctant Fundamentalist to Open The Venice Film Festival

    Mira Nair's new film The Reluctant Fundamentalist will open the 69th Venice Film Festival on August 29th. It will screen out of competition.

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