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    Study: French Film Industry Suffers Gender Gap in Employment, Budgets

    French women directors are much better represented in their industry than their counterparts in many other countries, but they still have a ways to go.

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    Andrea Arnold to Head Cannes Critics Week Jury

    Arnold will lead a five-person team in awarding new filmmakers.

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    Krysten Ritter on the Life She Could've Led in Her New Film "Refuge"

    Ritter also discusses her favorite female performances of all time and her evolution from a small-town girl to a Hollywood actress, writer, and producer of films about empowered, unconventional women.

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    UK's Channel 4 Exec Tessa Ross Becomes Head of National Theatre

    Ross has been called "the mother of British filmmaking."

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    Madonna to Adapt Novel by Alice Walker's Daughter

    An American tourist in Africa falls for a Kenyan man in Rebecca Walker's "Ade: A Love Story."

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    Heroines of Cinema: Why Don't More Women Make Movies? Marian Evans on Bridging The Gap Between Theory and Practice

    Writing this column, my gender makes me well aware that issues relating to women in film can be experienced quite differently in theory and practice. But this is scant insight compared to that offered by New Zealand writer, activist, academic and filmmaker Marian Evans, Wellywood Woman. Traversing t...

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    ND/NF Women Directors: Meet Jessica Oreck

    "I knew I wanted to keep making films about ethnobiology."

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    Frozen Estimated to Become Highest-Grossing Movie in Disney History

    Who knew that the best holiday gift Disney could give itself was turning its back on its past?

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    Taylor Schilling and Wiebke von Carolsfeld on Selling Stories About Women

    "I want to make movies essentially for myself, and that's partly because I feel there are not enough movies out there for me.""

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