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    Weinstein Co. Picks Up Meryl Streep Film The Iron Lady

    Looks like we will have a Meryl Streep film in Oscar contention this year. At Cannes, the Weinstein Co. has secured the US rights for the film.

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    Cannes Watch: First Reviews of Sleeping Beauty Directed by Julia Leigh

    From Sasha Stone on The Wrap:Much has been made of the supposed sexuality to be plumbed in Australian novelist and first-time auteur Julia Leigh’s "Sleeping Beauty." First, a teaser poster was released tantalizing the Cannes crowd with a shot of Emily Browning’s backside as she stared seductively in...

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    Cannes Watch: Reviews of We Need to Talk About Kevin

    Here are some first looks at the female directed films being screened at Cannes. First up: We Need To Talk About Kevin - directed by Lynne Ramsey

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    Sissy Spacek To Take Up Directing

    The LA Times is reporting that Sissy Spacek will make her directing debut on Sweet Tea which is adapted from a collection of short stories Goodbye to the Buttermilk Sky by Julia Oliver. Here's a description: "book centers on various families and relationships in Depression-era Alabama."

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    Trailer Watch: The Future - Written and Directed by Miranda July

    Film Opens July 29

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    Attenberg to be Greek Entry for Academy Awards

    Attenberg, written and directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari has been making its way around the world winning many awards including best actress at the Venice Film Festival and the top award at the International Women's Film Festival in Dortmund, Germany (where I was on the jury) to name just a few.

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    Cholodenko and Hardwicke Book New Projects

    There are reports that two high profile female directors -- Lisa Cholodenko and Catherine Hardwicke -- are circling their next projects.

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    The Beaver - Directed by Jodie Foster

    It would have been so much easier if The Beaver stunk and then I could write again about how I can't stand Mel Gibson (and not just for what he did to his girlfriend) and how I don't understand how Jodie Foster could still continue to stand up for him. Mel Gibson should actually be sending Jodie fl...

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    Save the Date: The Topp Twins are Coming to NYC on May 13 for a Q and A with Me!

    One of my favorite films from the Athena Film Festival which I produced last February was The Topp Twins. As I say to everyone on paper this film sounds too way out to work. It's about lesbian twins sister activist singers from New Zealand. But this film rocks. The sisters, Lynda and Jools, are ...

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    Trailer Watch: Buck - directed by Cindy Meel

    This film premiered at Sundance and has been playing the festival circuit all spring. It opens on June 24

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