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    40 Female Filmmakers to Follow on Twitter: A Crowdsourced List

    We asked for your suggestions for female filmmakers to follow on Twitter. Here's the updated crowdsourced list.

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    LFF Women Directors: Meet Chloe Ruthven

    Chloe Ruthven's first feature, Mario and Nini, followed two nine-year-old boys over five years, as she struggled to help them find alternatives to a life of crime. The film premiered at Sheffield Documentary Festival in 2008, and bought by Sky 1, where it was widely reviewed.

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    10 Female Filmmakers to Follow on Twitter

    Here are 10 female filmmakers you should be following on Twitter.

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    LFF Interview with Destiny Ekaragha - Director of Gone Too Far!

    Destiny Ekaragha's debut feature film, Gone Too Far!, follows two incredibly well received short films, Tight Jeans and The Park, onto the screens of her local film festival, the BFI's LFF. But those films were back in 2008 and 2009, so the audience has been waiting to see her debut as a feature len...

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    LFF Women Directors: Meet Elina Psykou

    Born in Athens, Greece in 1977, Elina Psykou studied Film Direction at Lykourgos Stavrakos Film School and Sociology at Panteion University, both in Athens. She continued her studies receiving her MA (DEA) in Cultural History in Paris, France (EHESS).

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    LFF Women Directors: Meet Chiemi Karasawa

    Chiemi Karasawa founded Isotope Films in 2005 to develop and produce original content based on non-fiction material. Her award-winning work as a producer includes Billy the Kid, The Betrayal, Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak, Elevate and Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction. E...

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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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