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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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    Women and Hollywood Events in Toronto 2013

    I heading up to the Toronto Film Festival for the third time and again the anxiety of creating a decent schedule has set in. We will have a new feature on the site this year - Meet the Women Directors. We sent out some questions to women directors whose films are in the festival and we will be bri...

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    You Can Decide - The European Film Awards People's Choice Award

    The European Film Academy has announced the nominees for its People's Choice Award, the winners of which will be feted at the EFA ceremony on 7th December in Berlin.

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    Dakota Johnson to Star in Fifty Shades of Grey

    The highly anticipated casting news of who will play Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation was announced yesterday.

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    Stream Them Now: The 14 Highest Rated Films Directed by Women Available to Stream for Free or By Subscription

    Perhaps the recent attention to Spike Lee's list of films all aspiring filmmakers left you feeling a bit ignorant yourself? The films pushed to us by studios, journalistic outlets, and film classes are overwhelmingly directed by men.

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    Weekly Update for August 23 & 30: Women Centric, Directed and Written Films Playing Near You

    Check out the women centric, directed and written films playing near you in the next two weeks.

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