A documentary seven years in the making about women in the film business and how they balance, children, love lives and career--or how they don't. What began as an audio-visual recording of... See full summary »

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A documentary seven years in the making about women in the film business and how they balance, children, love lives and career--or how they don't. What began as an audio-visual recording of the nine months of director Jacqueline Liebman's pregnancy as she and her boyfriend dealt with the fact that they were totally unprepared as parents. She felt a loss of identity. Successful filmmakers were asked how they balanced a family and a career. Contributors include: director Mimi Leder, editor Anne V. Coates, producer Gail Katz and director Claudia Weill. Written by Dan Lybarger <dan@tipjar.com>

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Well rounded exploration of a woman's journey as a filmmaker.
20 August 2002 | by (Kansas City, Mo USA) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee in 2002. The filmmaker was in attendance as well as some of the women featured in the film. It provided a fascinating look at the choices a woman must make during her pursuit of a career in filmmaking and building and maintaining a family. While there was a primary focus on the filmmaker's personal journey, she also included the impact on her husband, his career and his views of their journey together.


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