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    Trailer Watch: Pariah - Written and Directed by Dee Rees

    No release date yet. Focus says Winter 2011.

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    Martha Coolidge Talks Valley Girl and Female Directors

    Martha Coolidge will be in NYC this weekend for a Saturday screening of Valley Girl at the opening of the new film center at Lincoln Center. The film is presented by director Kevin Smith who picked it for its inclusion in the program. The event is free and reservations are full, but you can go and...

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    More Women Directed Films at Silverdocs

    Got an email from some folks working with Silverdocs saying I left out many female filmmakers from my recent post, so here they are. Festival takes place June 20-26.

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    Trailer Watch: Jig Directed by Sue Bourne

    Film opens June 17

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    Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour directed by Kerthy Fix

    Feminism is alive and well -- at least to me -- as I watched the road movie Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour, a film that showed the band on a world tour that took place in 2004-2005. The film will play tomorrow night in NYC prior to its DVD release at the Maysles Cinema, and several of Le Tigre...

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    Interview with Liz Garbus, Director of Bobby Fischer Against the World

    Liz Garbus is a prolific documentarian. Her latest film, Bobby Fischer Against the World which premiered at Sundance is a fascinating look at chess champion Bobby Fischer and all his demons, will premiere on HBO this Monday evening kicking off the summer documentary series.

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    Mosquita y Mari and My Reincarnation Enter the Kickstarter Hall of Fame

    Here's some good news for women filmmakers.

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    Trailer Watch: The Whistleblower - Directed by Larysa Kondracki

    The Whistleblower is a film that hits you right in the gut. It's based on the true story of a real life whistleblower Kathryn Bolkovac a cop from Nebraska who volunteered to go be a peacekeeper in the Balkans to make some quick good cash so she could be near her daughter who her ex had relocated. Little did she know that she would be walking into an international scandal of epic proportions -- the trafficking of women -- which the peacekeepers are involved in. She decides to stand up for these women who she is there to protect and gets herself fired and gets her life threatened. This is an important film that is a tough watch, but worth i...

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    !Women Art Revolution directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson Opens in NYC Today

    There are not many films that are able to show the development of a true revolution and Women Art Revolution is one of them. It shows how feminism affected women's art and how art affected feminism. The art and the interviews that make up this extraordinary film are a history -- or a herstory -- o...

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    Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival: The Women

    Here are the women directed films that will be screening at the Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival from June 20-26. Just a note, the opening, closing and centerpiece films are all directed by men. They will also be highlighting the body of work of Chris Hegedus and DA Pennebaker.

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