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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Patrice Toye

    Patrice Toye was born in 1967 and studied film in Brussels. She has made several short films, documentaries and television programs. In 1995, she wrote the feature Tin Soldier with the support of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Her first feature, Rosie (1998), won several awards on the festival circui...

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Karlyn Michelson

    Karlyn Michelson is an Emmy Award-winning multimedia producer and video journalist. (AFI)

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    Lena Dunham and Mindy Kaling Talk Feminism, Role Models, and Being the Boss

    The two showrunner-stars were eager to discuss a variety of female-centric topics, including the the difficulty of confronting sexism in the media, the temptation to judge other women for hampering feminist progress, and their shared love for their mothers and Nora Ephron.

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Jillian Mayer

    Jillian Mayer steeps her artistic practice in the verisimilitude of a generation that came of age in the 1980s. Her video works have been premiered at galleries and museums internationally and film festivals such as SXSW and Sundance.

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    Lynne Ramsay Responds to Jane Got a Gun Lawsuit

    Lynne Ramsay issued a short statement this weekend in response to the lawsuit filed last week by the producers of Jane Got a Gun.

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Kasia Roslaniec

    Kasia Rosłaniec was born in Poland in 1980. She graduated from Warsaw Film School and also studied at the Wajda School. Her graduation film, Mall Girls, won Best Debut Director at the Polish Film Festival. It was released theatrically in Poland and topped the box office for three weeks.

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Jenni Toivoniemi

    Jenni Toivoniemi studied screenwriting in several international workshops, including Torino Film Lab's Script & Pitch and Berlinale Talent Campus Script Station. She is about to complete her MA in screenwriting and directing in Helsinki's ELO Film School and is developing her next project as a featu...

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    AFI Women Directors: Meet Katrin Gebbe

    Katrin Gebbe attended the Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Arts and Design in the Netherlands and received her master's degree in Directing at the Hamburg Media School. Her short, Sores & Sirin, won the European Union's Young CIVIS Media Prize. Nothing Bad Can Happen is her first feature film. (AFI...

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    Weekly Update for November 8: Women Centric, Directed and Written Films Playing Near You

    A list of all the women-centric, women-directed, and women-written films opening on November 8.

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    Director Joan Carr-Wiggin Shooting Female Friendship Film

    Female friendship is the subject of writer-director Joan Carr-Wiggin’s fourth film, If You See Her.

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