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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Linda G. Mills (Of Many)

    "As a Jewish woman who witnessed 9/11 at very close range, I felt particularly moved by the Muslim chaplain and all the students that have been engaged in this work -- our two cultures have so much in common, and yet how little we know about each other."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Sofia Norlin (Broken Hill Blues)

    "I wanted to do a film about youth in a time when society is shaking, economically and ecologically. In Kiruna, that's literally the situation! I have kids myself, and I often wonder about how new generations will have to deal with what we leave behind."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Talya Lavie (Zero Motivation)

    "An administration office could be the most boring place on earth, but a staple-gun in the first act is sure to go off in the third."

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    Women Dominate This Year's Olivier Awards

    "Chimerica's" Lucy Kirkwood and Lyndsey Turner won Best Play and Best Director, respectively, at the UK's most prestigious theater awards.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Anete Melece (The Kiosk)

    "Inspiration came from my own [dissatisfaction] while working in an office. So I created a character: a kiosk lady who is literally stuck at her workplace simply because her sweet tooth and monotonous life have made her bigger than the exit."

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    Tribeca Women DIrectors: Meet Elizabeth Swados (My Depression)

    "By keeping it extremely personal, but using line drawings and goofy cartoons, I could get away from the usual cliches that are associated when people talk about their experiences with mental illness."

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    Cannes Workshop to Focus on Women Directors and Screenwriters

    The goal of the workshop will be to brainstorm ideas on how to boost female participation in the European film industries.

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    90% of Summer 2014 Studio Movies Directed by White Guys

    "Jupiter Ascending´╗┐" helmer Lana Wachowski, along with brother Andy, is the sole female director of the summer's big movies.

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    Director Liza Johnson on Exploring Kristen Wiig's Dramatic Side in Hateship Loveship

    In her Alice Munro adaptation, Johnson creates another film about a female protagonist who is "teetering on the sidelines of a society she will risk everything to join."

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