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    Washington D.C. Area Film Critics and AFI Announce Picks of 2012

    We are officially in the center of awards season and yesterday both the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association and the American Film Institute announced their winners in film (AFI also includes television). Bigelow and Zero Dark Thirty continue to rack up the awards, Jessica Chastain walked a...

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    Variety Announces 10 Directors and Screenwriters to Watch, 4 are Women

    Variety Announces 10 Directors and Screenwriters to Watch, 4 are Women

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    UK's Women in Film and Television Awards Honors 15 Women

    At the U.K.’s 22nd annual Women in Film and Television Awards, fifteen women were honored from all aspects of television and film.

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    Interview with Nancy Buirski - Director of The Loving Story

    Interview with Nancy Buirski - Director of The Loving Story

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    Zero Dark Thirty Wins Big with the National Board of Review

    Kathryn Bigelow is on a roll. After receiving Best Director, Best Film and Best Cinematography (for Greig Fraser) for Zero Dark Thirty from the New York Film Critics Circle on Monday, the film continues to rack up the accolades.

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    Sarah Polley, Deepa Mehta, Nisha Pahuja Named to the Top 10 Films of Canada

    Canada’s 12th Annual Top 10 Film list was announced this week. Films by Sarah Polley, Deepa Mehta and Nisha Pahuja were included on the list.

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    AFI Review: The Central Park Five - Co-Directed by Sarah Burns and West of Memphis - Directed by Amy Berg

    Los Angeles’ AFI Film Festival gave me the chance to see two documentary films directed by women: The Central Park Five co-directed by Sarah Burns, Ken Burns and David McMahon and West of Memphis, directed by Amy Berg. Despite initial Oscar buzz for both films, sadly they have both been snubbe...

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    Jane Campion and Naomi Foner Included in Sundance Premieres Lineup

    Sundance announced the films in their Premieres and Documentary Premieres categories. With films directed by Jane Campion and Naomi Foner amongst many women-centric films and a documentary about Anita Hill, this announcement continues the awesome news that half of the previously announced Sundance ...

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    3 of 15 Documentaries on Oscar Shortlist Directed by Women

    Yesterday, the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences released the 15 films on the short list in the Documentary feature category for this year’s Oscars. Only three films on the shortlist are directed by women. That's just 20%.

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    Kathryn Bigelow Becomes First Woman to Win Two Best Director Nods from New York Film Critics Circle

    Yesterday, the New York Film Critics Circle, a group of 35 critics (but just 8 women) named Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty the best film of the year. 

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