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    My Latest Forbes Piece: The Evolving Conversation About Women Directors

    Last week I attended the first conference ever held in Israel to discuss the status of women working in the film and television industries. They had brilliant academics, high level executives in TV, international guests and they had something I don’t usually see at these types of events – politicia...

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    November Film Preview

    After an Oscar buzzy October with Sandra Bullock's turn in Gravity and the tremendous performances of the controversial Blue is the Warmest Color, we head into November.

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    Directing News: Susanne Bier and Carol Morley Start New Projects

    Susanne Bier and Carol Morley are helming some new and exciting projects--both of which include cast members from HBO's Game of Thrones.

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    IDA Documentary Awards Announces 2013 Nominations

    IDA has announced their 2013 Documentary Awards nominations. Among them are some of the best female directed documentaries of the year including Gabriela Cowperthwaite's Blackfish, Sarah Polley's Stories We Tell and Jehane Noujaim's The Square.

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    Cross Post - 13 Myths Hollywood Uses to Hide Discrimination Against Women Directors

    1. The number of women directors is so small because women are not really interested in directing and few women are exceptional enough to do a man's job.

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    Valentine Road: An Examination of Accountability, Awareness and Compassion

    The documentary Valentine Road – depicting the aftermath surrounding the shooting of young Oxnard, California high school student Larry King – had been winning accolades and gaining support even before the movie premiered at Sundance last January and began airing on HBO this month.

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    Director Antonia Bird Has Died

    Over the weekend, it was announced that director Antonia Bird had died. She was 54.

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    Trailer Watch: Belle - Directed by Amma Asante

    Amma Asante's Belle premiered last month at TIFF.

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