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    "It Reaches the Level of Myth" - An Interview with Kimberly Peirce - Director of Carrie

    Kimberly Peirce is taking a stab at reimagining one of the most iconic horror classics, Carrie, which arguably stars one of the best horror heroines in the genre.

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    After Tiller Expands Across the Nation

    Lana Wilson and Martha Shane's deeply affecting and discourse changing documentary, After Tiller, is about the current state of late-term abortions after the murder of Dr. George Tiller in 2009. The documentary follows Tiller's colleagues, the four remaining doctors who will perform late-term aborti...

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    Interview with Diablo Cody - Director of Paradise

    Diablo Cody's directorial debut, Paradise, is out on October 18th, 2013 in Los Angeles and New York theaters.

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    LFF Women Directors: Meet Cherien Dabis

    Cherien Dabis is an award-winning Palestinian American filmmaker who received her M.F.A. in film from Columbia University.

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    France Pushes for Gender Equality in the Film Industry

    France is setting up a sex equality charter for improving the numbers of women working within the film industry.

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    Guest Post: A Trip Down the Rabbit Hole: Things I've Learned and Want to Fix

    Back in 2011, I wrote a guest blog for Women and Hollywood entitled I Sold My House to Make My Feature. I had spent many years working in film art departments both in the U.S. and the U.K. ( Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Being John Malkovich, Batman Begins, among others).

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    Three of the Five Nominees for EFA's Discovery Award Are Women

    The European Film Academy announced the 5 nominees for their 2013 Discovery Award, which is given to recognize a director for their first feature film. Of the 5 nominated, 3 of the films are directed by women.

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    5 Highlights from Women Film Pioneers Project: African-American Women in Silent Film, Women Camera Operators and More

    Last week, we wrote about Columbia University Libraries' newly launched Women Film Pioneers Project, a compendium of film resources and material seeking to reverse the historical fallacy that the film production process is and always has been male-dominated. Here are some highlights from the project...

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    Cross Post: London Film Festival - Shorts Short on Women Directors

    I'm a big fan of short films and generally go to a lot of the programmes of these that the LFF curate. This year we've booked five, and our first was a comedy lineup. Before the screenings began, five of the directors stood up - and they were all men. Sure enough, all eight films turned out to be di...

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    Women Win Big at the Hamptons International Film Festival

    The Hamptons International Film Festival wrapped up over the weekend and handed out their awards.

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