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    70th Venice International Film Festival Announces Line Up

    The 70th annual Venice International Film Festival announced their line up today and it's very thin on women directed films.

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    Guest Post: A Rising Tide: Women in Independent Documentary Production

    As a documentary director and producer, I am surrounded by women working and thriving in the entertainment industry. The documentary realm has long had a reputation for being more open to female-led productions. I'd like to take a moment to examine why this has come about.

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    Carey Mulligan to Reteam with Writer Abi Morgan for The Fury

    Carey Mulligan is in early talks to join director Sarah Gavron's The Fury, written by Abi Morgan. The film will focus on the suffragette movement in the UK.

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    Report From London: Women Directors and Screenwriters in Decline According to New BFI Statistics

    The BFI's Stats Yearbook for 2013 was published this week and provides an unsettling wake up call for women working as screenwriters and directors in the UK.

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    Natalie Portman to Direct, Write and Star in A Tale of Love and Darkness

    Natalie Portman just received a grant from the Jerusalem Film Fund to write, direct and star in an adaptation of Amos Oz's memoir, A Tale of Love and Darkness.

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    Toronto International Film Festival Announces Galas and Special Presentations for 2013

    This morning the folks at the Toronto Film Festival rolled out the beginning of the line-up -- the galas and the special presentations. These are the film where we see the biggest directors and actors and also get a first glimpse of the potential Oscar candidates in the mix.

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    Sticking Together

    Having recently completed my first feature film, Arcadia, I'm occasionally asked in q&a's what my experience has been directing a feature as a woman. In truth, I don't often consciously think of myself in terms of my gender - growing up with two sisters and a brother, I was never taught that my pote...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Only Counting on Women for Austenland

    Sony Pictures Classics (SPC) has made a calculated decision that the audience for the upcoming Jerusha Hess (who co-wrote Napoleon Dynamite) directed film will be predominantly women. They are so sure of the decision that their marketing plan is focused only on women.

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    Celebrate the 18th Anniversary of Amy Heckerling's Clueless

    I remember watching Clueless for the first time when I was in 5th grade. It was immediately my favorite movie because I wanted all of Cher's clothes, her electronic wardrobe and thought Paul Rudd was super dreamy.

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    Outfest Review Roundup: Road Trips, True Love and Iconic Queer Memoirs

    This year's Outfest Los Angeles has yet again proven why they are one of the best LGBT film festivals in the country. They've had a spectacular line up of LGBT films including a few we covered at Sundance -- Stacie Passon's excellent Concussion and Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's documentary After Ti...

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