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    IFC Films Picks Up Megan Griffiths' Lucky Them

    IFC Films has acquired the rights to Megan Griffiths' Lucky Them which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last month.

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    HIFF Women Directors: Meet Barbara Kopple

    Barbara Kopple is a two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker. A director of documentaries, as well as narrative TV and film, her most recent project is the documentary Running From Crazy, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival..

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    Claire Denis to be First Woman Director to Receive Stockholm's Lifetime Achievement Award

    Claire Denis will be the first female director to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 24th Annual Stockholm International Film Festival.

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    16 of 76 Oscar Foreign Language Submissions Directed by Women

    A record number of 76 films were submitted this year for the 2014 Foreign Language Film Oscar. Last year, 71 films were submitted.

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    TIFF Interview: Jasmila Zbanic and Kym Vercoe - Director and Co-Writers of For Those Who Can Tell No Tales

    For Those Who Can Tell No Tales written by Jasmila Zbanic and Kym Vercoe and directed by Zbanic is one of those rare films that just stays with you.

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    Guest Post: Afghan Doc Subject from The Network Flees to the Netherlands

    In 2011, I spent 3 months in Afghanistan making The Network, a film set behind the scenes at Afghanistan's largest media company, Tolo. The film is about the power of media to effect social change in a country. What interested me so much in the story was that it presented an alternative narrative fr...

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    Gravity Has Biggest October Opening in History

    Gravity hit big at the box office over the weekend, grossing much more than was predicted for Alfonso Cuaron's sci-fi epic starring Sandra Bullock.

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    Andrea Arnold and Naomi Foner Talk About Being Female Filmmakers

    Filmmakers Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") and Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") participated in the Story Creation and the Artistic Process panel as part of the NYFF Live series of filmmaker conversations, making the panel's gender balance 50/50 (the other two panelists were Larry Gross and Henry Bean). W...

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    DGA Report: Women Represent Only 14% of TV Directors

    The DGA has released its annual report tracking the statistics of directors on episodic TV shows for the 2012-2013 season, and the news is that there is no news. The numbers have remained pretty static since last year. In fact they have remained virtually the same for the last three years.

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