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    Trailer Watch: Second Trailer for Kimberly Peirce's Carrie

    The second trailer for Kimberly Peirce's upcoming remake of the horror classic, Carrie, gives even more glimpses at how Peirce will interpret the classic scenes from the original.

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    TIFF Women Directors and Producers: Meet Sabine Emiliani and Stephanie Levy

    Sabine Emiliani's documentary editing has garnered accolades from Sundance to Cannes to the Academy Awards. Ms. Emiliani's 2006 Oscar-winning documentary, March of the Penguins earned critical and commercial success, including over $127 million at the box office alone.

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    Sundance Rerun: Interview with Lynn Shelton - Director of Touchy Feely

    I had never met Lynn Shelton before last month but I already felt like I knew her. She has a way of telling us stories about other people that are really about all of us. Her new film Touchy Feely is about a brother and sister, one who touches for a living and one who makes a point of not getting to...

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    TIFF Women Directors: Meet Lisa Langseth

    Lisa Langseth was born in Stockholm, Sweden and studied at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is a playwright and director of theatre. Her film directing credits include the short Godkand (06) and the features Pure (09). Hotell is a part of the Contemporary World Cinema program at TIFF.

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    September Film Preview

    As we head out of a strong August for women directed and centric films, we go straight into a Septemeber filled with varied and interesting projects from new and veteran women filmmakers.

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    Guest Post: Filming the Unimaginable

    I remember feeling scared of entering the room Neil was in, of approaching him. Maybe part of this was fear of seeing his suffering, but it was also disquiet about the ethics of filming him. Morag MacKinnon, the co-director and I, had come for a brief visit. She was an old pal of the family, but thi...

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    TIFF Women Directors: Meet Agnieszka Holland

    Agnieszka Holland was born in Warsaw, Poland. Her first feature film, Provincial Actors (79), won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes. Her last film, In Darkness, was nominated for an Academy Award for best Foreign film. Her film, Burning Bush, is a special presentation playing at TIFF.

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    Trailer Watch: Palo Alto - Directed by Gia Coppola

    There's another Coppola getting into directing. Gia Coppola's feature debut (which she wrote and directed) Palo Alto, premiered at Telluride and will screen at Toronto the next week.

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    Women in Film Announces 28th Annual Film Finishing Fund Recipients

    Women in Film announced the winners of their 28th annual Film Finishing Fund. The Film Finishing Fund provides cash grants and in-kind production services to complete films that are by or about women.

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    Sarah Siegel-Magness to Direct Castro's Daughter

    Sarah Siegel-Magness will direct Castro's Daughter, based on the memoir written by Alina Fernandez. She will be replacing Michael Radford on the project.

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