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    Women Behind the Camera: Fighting Gender Bias with Data

    Colin Brown of Filmonomics explains how data shows that women-led film projects fare well at the box office.

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    Streaming Curator MUBI Teaming Up with Cannes to Showcase Award-Winning Shorts

    MUBI, a VOD service and social forum host, has partnered with Cannes Court Métrage to showcase short films that once shined at the festival, including PEEL by this year's Cannes Jury President Jane Campion.

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    Cannes Jury President Jane Campion Calls Out the 'Inherent Sexism' in the Film Industry

    Jane Campion is the only female director to have ever won the Cannes Film Festival's most prestigious prize, the Palme d'Or (for 1993's "The Piano"). The prize is an honor she clearly holds in great esteem, having agreed to head this year's jury and having presided over the shorts jury in 2013. Stil...

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    Jane Campion Talks Cannes Jury Duty, and the Fest's "Embarrassing" Gender Imbalance

    Director Jane Campion talks her new turn as Cannes jury president, being the only female filmmaker to win the Palme d'Or, and the eight jury members she will oversee at the festival.

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    Check Out This Telling Chart on Women Directors at Cannes Over the Past Decade

    The number of women directors who make it into the Cannes lineup is a source of yearly contention. And it makes sense. Over the past ten years, there's been virtually no consistent improvement in terms of women auteurs landing in the hallowed competition program. Un Certain Regard has gradually impr...

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    Jane Campion Is the Cannes 2014 Jury President; Watch Her Palme d'Or Winning 1986 Short Film 'Peel' (VIDEO)

    New Zealand auteur Jane Campion is set to head the jury of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, which runs from May 14 through 25.

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    20 Great Debut Films From Female Directors

    One of the less reported stories of this August’s film schedule is that the month not only saw three films released that were directed by women, but they were in fact three feature debuts — Lake Bell’s “In A World” opened to a rapturous reception (including ours) on the 9th, Jerusha Hess’ “Austenlan...

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    Stream Them Now: The 14 Highest Rated Films Directed by Women Available to Stream for Free or By Subscription

    Perhaps the recent attention to Spike Lee's list of films all aspiring filmmakers left you feeling a bit ignorant yourself? The films pushed to us by studios, journalistic outlets, and film classes are overwhelmingly directed by men.

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    'Top of the Lake' Finale Recap: State of Emergency

    Certain episodes of television stand out not only within the course of a series, but within the course of a year. In 2012, it was the eleventh episode of “Mad Men,” titled “The Other Women” (incidentally also featuring a stunning performance from Elisabeth Moss). This year, the finale of “Top of the...

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    'Top of the Lake' Episode 5 Recap: The Body Knows What To Do

    This week’s episode of “Top of the Lake” finds its characters combating feelings of helplessness -- from the past, from a seemingly impenetrable mystery, and from death.

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