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    Ted Hope Q & A on Indie Memoir 'Hope for Film' & Much More

    Ted Hope has led the exemplary indie producer's life: from Good Machine through Ang Lee and Nicole Holofcener and Michel Gondry to his experience at the San Francisco Film Society and Fandor, he has a sharp picture of the evolving film industry, which he shares in his new memoir "Hope for Film." We ...

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    Book Excerpt: How Nicole Holofcener Got Her Debut Feature, 'Walking and Talking,' Made

    "If everyone sees that the producer is so dedicated that he’s serving the food, the crew is more likely to put their heart and soul into it, too."

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    Nicole Holofcener Announces Follow-Up to Enough Said

    Holofcener's sixth movie will be an adaptation of Ted Thompson's novel 'The Land of Steady Habits.'

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    Universal Chief Donna Langley: There is No "Magic Bullet" to Improve Number of Women Directors Working on Studio Films

    "I would say it is the exception, not the rule, that there is a woman in the group of directors that we are interviewing."

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    Tribeca Review: How Did a Talented Documentarian Make a Terrible Narrative Feature? The Failures of Amy Berg’s 'Every Secret Thing'

    Documentaries, it seems, are never enough. You’re not a real filmmaker in this country unless you create sweeping narrative features.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Amy Berg (Every Secret Thing)

    "'Every Secret Thing' is a psychological thriller about a small, suburban New York town that must revisit a tragic murder from seven years earlier when a young girl goes missing in broad daylight. The film is important because it examines the gray area -- the why and how things happen."

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    Tribeca FF Announces 10 More Women-Directed Films

    Among the ten are Kelly Reichardt, Amy J. Berg, and Gia Coppola.

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    Interview: Callie Khouri on Female Likability and Nashville's Upcoming Guest Stars

    The "Nashville" creator speaks with Melissa Silverstein about what to expect in the second half of her show's sophomore year, the demand for female likability, and the one women-directed film that's been shut out of Oscar season this year.

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    WATCH: Nicole Holofcener Talks to Indiewire's Awards Season Spotlight

    "Enough Said" writer-director Nicole Holofcener is today's honoree in Indiewire's ongoing Awards Season Spotlight interview series. Check out some video segments, below.

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    Sarah Polley, Nicole Holofcener, Sandra Bullock Big Winners of AWFJ Awards

    The Alliance of Women Film Journalists has announced their award winners, among whom Sarah Polley ("Stories We Tell") was the only winner of a category not specifically designated for a women. Nicole Holofcener swept the writing and direcing categories in the "Female Focus" portion of the awards fo...

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