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    BAM Announces Three One-Night-Conversations with Lena Dunham, Miranda July and More

    The Brooklyn Academy of Music will host a series of three one-night conversations with some amazing people!

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    Heroines of Cinema: The 10 Most Exciting Young Female Directors in the World Today

    This week, the British Film Institute released statistics revealing that a mere 14 feature films were directed by women in the UK last year, compared to 164 by men. Meanwhile, of the 16 gala premieres just announced by this year’s Toronto film festival, none have female directors.The prejudices face...

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    Watch: Miranda July, Lena Dunham, Justin Bond (and More) Lip-Sync To 'You Don't Own Me' In Lesley Gore-Approved Anti-Republican PSA (VIDEO)

    Miranda July, Lena Dunham, Justin Vivian Bond, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kate Nash, Rain Phoenix, Barbara Morrison, Mae Whitman, Natasha Lyonne, Alia Shawkat Tavi, Sia, and Carrie Brownstein are just some of the dozens of women who contributed to this fabulous PSA where everyone lip syncs to Lesley Gore's ...

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    Femme Celebs Croon You Don't Own Me For Reproductive Freedom

    Whom do you recognize in this video?

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    Review: 'The Future' Showcases A Vital Filmmaker Still Sowing Her Oats

    In “Another Earth,” Mike Cahill’s recent science fiction picture, a cataclysmic event provides the backdrop for a small-scale human story about tragedy and mourning. In the upcoming Evan Glodell-directed “Bellflower,” the characters plan for an oncoming apocalypse just as one of them deals with a de...

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    Miranda July Cut An "Accidentally Porny" Sex Scene From 'The Future'

    Dead Cats, Dirty Limericks, Getting Locked In A Closet & More We Learned About Miranda July's LatestWhen our own James Rocchi saw Miranda July's latest film, "The Future" at Sundance back in January, he noted the film succeeded "as a single story about the terrifying possibilities of life, the uncertainty of love and the certainty of the passage of time." A month later, we caught up with July at SXSW, she mirrored his thoughts on the film calling "The Future" a "a horror movie about facing the void, the empty moment where you don’t know what to do with yourself." And it's in that pre-mid-life crisis of sorts that "The Future" finds its compel...

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    SXSW: Miranda July Says 'The Future' Is Her Version Of A Horror Film

    And More We Learned About Her New FilmFew working filmmakers are as divisive as Miranda July. Her first film, "Me and You and Everyone We Know" was to some, one of the best films of the last decade, but to others was barely watchable insufferable hipster bait. We're firmly in the former camp, and a...

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    Sundance '11: Roadside Attraction Sees 'The Future'; Focus Features Picks Up 'Pariah'

    While the Sundance Film Festival will come to an end on Sunday, buyers are still busy trying to close deals before they'll have to head back to their various offices around the country and the globe.

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    Sundance '11 Review: Miranda July's 'The Future' Is Surreal, Precious, Devastating & Brilliant

    From our reviews correspondent over at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, James Rocchi.Following up her debut "Me and You and Everyone We Know," Miranda July's "The Future" not only echoes the qualities (and quality) of that film but expands on them in rich and fascinating ways. An L.A. couple (July and Hamish Linklater) are intent on adopting a cat they rescued. They realize that when the cat is released from medical care in a month, their lives will change, be set, connected by responsibility and care to a future both unimaginable and wholly predictable. (“We’re 35 now ... by the time the cat dies, we’ll be 40 ... and 40 might as well be 50 ....

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    Ralph Fiennes' 'Coriolanus,' Miranda July's 'The Future' & Wim Wenders' 'Pina' Added To Berlinale

    Sundance is obviously a great festival, and sets the pace for the rest of the year, as far as domestic indie cinema goes. But for more international fare, it's sometimes a little bit lacking, and fans of subtitled cinema tend to cast their eyes to the Berlinale in February, which, while often featuring highlights from the Park City line-up and premieres from American auteurs (last year saw the likes of "Please Give," "Greenberg" and "Shutter Island" make the schedule), also features the highlights from European cinema that'll do the rounds at festivals for the rest of the year -- the 2010 version saw Polanski's "The Ghost Writer," "Submarino"...

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