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    Weekly Update February 15: Women-Centric, Directed, Written Films Playing Near You

    Weekly Update February 15: Women-Centric, Directed, Written Films Playing Near You

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    WGA Awards to Hold Tribute to Nora Ephron

    On Sunday, February 17, the Writer’s Guild of America, East will hold their annual awards ceremony. They’ve just announced that included in the ceremony will be a tribute to Nora Ephron, the beloved writer and director who died last June after a battle with leukemia.

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    SXSW Adds More Women Directed Films to Schedule

    SXSW has announced another round of films to their lineup, adding more films directed by women. They have also added many films written by women, such as Sundance favorite The East, co-written and starring Brit Marling and At Any Price co-written by Hallie Elizabeth Newton. SXSW also picked up the d...

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    Poster Release: If I Were You Written and Directed by Joan Carr-Wiggin

    Here’s a look at the newly released poster for the new film from Joan Carr-Wiggin, If I Were You, starring Marcia Gay Harden.

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    On the Ground in Berlin

    I arrived in Berlin two days ago from NY after the huge success of The Athena Film Festival.  Did you hear we had a blizzard and people still came.  I missed the opening weekend craziness and after the insanity at the beginning of Sundance, I was really glad not to have to deal with it.&nb...

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    Rachel Feldman to Direct Lilly Ledbetter Biopic

    Lilly Ledbetter has chosen Rachel Feldman to direct a biopic based on her life and her fight for equal pay for women.

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    Ava DuVernay Directs Short Film 'The Door' for Miu Miu

    Ava DuVernay has directed a new short film for fashion label, Miu Miu. The film is the fifth in their ‘The Women's Tales’ series.

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    Emmanuelle Riva, Lynne Ramsay and Juno Temple Win at 2013 BAFTAS

    On Sunday, the BAFTAS held their annual awards ceremony. As awards season comes to a close, there weren’t many upsets but a couple interesting things of note. Emmanuelle Riva won lead actress for Amour. Brenda Chapman won for best animated film with Brave. Lynne Ramsay’s short film Swimm...

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    Trailer Watch: The Brass Teapot - Directed by Ramaa Mosley

    The Brass Teapot, directed by Ramaa Mosley, centers around a down on their luck couple (Juno Temple and Michael Angarano) who are struggling to make it until they find a magical teapot at a local antique store. The teapot gives the pair money, but the catch is they have to hurt themselves in order t...

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    Let’s Talk About Gender and Women Directors at the Berlin International Film Festival

    This year’s Berlin Film Festival kicked off yesterday—screening over 400 films—19 of which are in competition.

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