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    The Film Society of Lincoln Center Name Lisandro Alonso as Their Filmmaker in Residence

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre revealed award-winning Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso as their 2014 Filmmaker in Residence.

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    Andrea Arnold and Patty Jenkins Have New Female-Driven Films in the Works

    This Summer, master British filmmaker Andrea Arnold will shoot her first film set in the United States. Entitled "American Honey," the film will be introduced by Protagonist Pictures to buyers at the Cannes market this month. Meanwhile, "Monster" director Patty Jenkins has finally landed her followu...

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    Andrea Arnold Is Jury President of Cannes Critics Week

    Brit filmmaker Andrea Arnold ("Wuthering Heights," "Fish Tank") will preside over the jury of the 53rd Semaine de la Critique, otherwise known as the Cannes Critics Week.

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    Andrea Arnold Named President of Cannes Critics Week Jury

    After her stint on the Cannes competition jury last year, British director Andrea Arnold has now been designated the president of this year's jury for the Semaine de la Critique section at the festival. Arnold, who will be leading a jury composed of four journalists to pick a winner from seven featu...

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    Andrea Arnold and Naomi Foner Talk About Being Female Filmmakers

    Filmmakers Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") and Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") participated in the Story Creation and the Artistic Process panel as part of the NYFF Live series of filmmaker conversations, making the panel's gender balance 50/50 (the other two panelists were Larry Gross and Henry Bean). W...

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    8 Writing Tips From Screenwriting Masters Larry Gross, Naomi Foner, Henry Bean and Andrea Arnold

    Veteran award-winning screenwriters Henry Bean ("The Believer"), Larry Gross ("We Don't Live Here Anymore") and Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") talked about their craft and tricks of the trade, along with Filmmaker in Residence Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") yesterday at the Story Creation and the Artis...

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    Heroines of Cinema: 15 Female Directors Who Made Their First Feature After Turning 40

    Two weeks ago, this column profiled ten female directors aged 40 or younger. My reasons for imposing an age limit were clearly stated, but it had the unfortunate side effect of excluding an entire demographic from the conversation - one that has a sorry history of receiving such treatment in Hollywo...

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    Andrea Arnold On the 'Luxury' of Adapting 'Wuthering Heights' and Working in Mud

    Academy Award-winner Andrea Arnold is back with "Wuthering Heights," her stunning and sadomasochistic take on the oft-adapted Emily Brontë novel. Arnold's previous films, "Red Road" and "Fish Tank," all closely follow their main characters through trying situations, usually with the camera inches fr...

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    Watch: Moody Teaser Trailer For Andrea Arnold's Outstanding 'Wuthering Heights'

    This writer saw several films that verged on greatness at the Venice Film Festival this year, but none quite blew us away like Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights." We'd liked "Red Road," and greatly admired "Fish Tank," but her new film, an adaptation of Emily Brontë's literary classic, is really so...

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    Venice '11 Review: 'Wuthering Heights' Is A Superb, Groundbreaking Adaptation Of The Classic Tale

    One of the most exciting talents to emerge out of the U.K. in the last decade or so is Andrea Arnold. The former television presenter won an Oscar for her short film "Wasp" in 2005, and made her feature debut the following year with the powerful, gritty thriller "Red Road." 2009 saw her follow it up with another kitchen-sink type film, showcasing some incredible perfrmances, namely the drama "Fish Tank," which gathered even more acclaim, and allowed the director to make inroads internationally. Her choice of a third film raised some eyebrows, however: Arnold was selected to helm a long-in-the-works film version of Emily Brontë's "Wuthering He...

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