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    "No One Can Say it's a Level Playing Field" - Catherine Hardwicke Ignites Discussion on Women Directors

    Catherine Hardwicke, director of Thirteen and Twilight, spoke candidly to Variety about her career.

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    Citizen Jane Film Festival and Summit

    I'm heading to Columbia, Mo for the Citizen Jane Film Festival which celebrates independent films by independent women.

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    Trailer Watch: Full Trailer for Black Nativity - Directed by Kasi Lemmons

    Kasi Lemmons' Black Nativity is based on Langston Hughes' infamous retelling of the Nativity story with an all black cast.

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    TIFF Interview with Megan Griffiths and Emily Wachtel - Director and Writer of Lucky Them

    Lucky Them tells the story of a stuck in place music writer played by the extraordinary Toni Collette. The film is directed by the wonderfully talented Megan Griffiths who directed the terrific film Eden. It's a story everyone can relate to, how do you move forward with you life, when something is...

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    Trailer Watch: Sunlight Jr. - Written and Directed by Laurie Collyer

    Laurie Collyer's Sunlight Jr. is her latest film following up 2006's Sherrybaby starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.

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    Cross Post: The State of the Race: Will There be a Hillary Effect on the Oscar Race?

    Imagine as we enter Oscar race 2013 three strong films written and directed by women, with leading women at the forefront, one of which is crowned the early frontrunner to win. Imagine an Oscar race where it didn't matter anymore. Maybe it's the same year Kathryn Bigelow, Angelina Jolie and Jane Cam...

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    Kimberly Peirce: "How Many More Movies Could I Have Made?"

    Yesterday, the NY Times Magazine featured a profile of director Kimberly Peirce as she readies the release of the remake of Carrie starring Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore.

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    Cinema Eye Announces 15 Nonfiction Short Film Finalists

    Cinema Eye has announced the 15 nonfiction short film finalists for their 2014 Honor for Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking.

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    Gamechanger Films to Fund Women Directed Films

    A new movie fund, Gamechanger Films, is set to fund women directed films only. It's the first fund to specifically focus on women directors.

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