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    Female Filmmakers Sweep Half of AFI Awards

    Women directors received half of the awards presented at the closing of the American Film Institute Film Festival in Los Angeles yesterday. British filmmaker Clio Barnard, whose first narrative feature, 'The Selfish Giant,' has been collecting accolades this award season, won two of the AFI's twel...

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    DOC NYC Women Directors: Meet Merete Mueller

    An in-depth interview with documentary filmmaker Merete Mueller, whose latest film, 'Tiny: A Story About Living Small,' is featured at DOC NYC.

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    DOC NYC Women Directors: Meet Suzan Beraza

    An in-depth interview with documentary filmmaker Suzan Beraza, whose latest film, 'Uranium Drive-In,' is featured at DOC NYC.

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    Trailer Watch: Francesca Gregorini's The Truth About Emanuel

    Starring rising British star Kaya Scodelario (Wuthering Heights), the melodramatic thriller The Truth About Fishes (formerly known as Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes) finds a teen rear-windowing her new neighbor Linda (Jessica Biel).

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    DOC NYC Women Directors: Meet Ky Dickens

    An in-depth interview with documentary filmmaker Ky Dickens, whose latest film, 'Sole Survivor' is featured at DOC NYC.

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    DOC NYC Women Directors: Meet Dawn Porter

    An in-depth interview with documentary filmmaker Dawn Porter, whose latest film, 'Gideon's Army,' is featured at DOC NYC.

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Stephanie Martin

    Born in Sao Paulo and raised mostly in Buenos Aires, Stephanie discovered her passion for film while at Wellesley College where she studied French and Political Science.

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    Round-Up of October Movies Directed by Women

    There are several milestones among the 22 films directed by women that were released in October. Among the ten features is Carrie, the first wide-release (3,157 theaters) studio film from a female director to hit theaters in 2013.

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    Sunlight Jr. and Sherrybaby Director Laurie Collyer Shines a Light on the Unseen America

    An in-depth interview with writer-director Laurie Collyer, whose latest film, Sunlight Jr., will be released November 15.

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Patrice Toye

    Patrice Toye was born in 1967 and studied film in Brussels. She has made several short films, documentaries and television programs. In 1995, she wrote the feature Tin Soldier with the support of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Her first feature, Rosie (1998), won several awards on the festival circui...

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