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Playwright Susan Miller On Her New Play “20th Century Blues” and Hit Web Series “Anyone But Me”

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Susan Miller is certainly not new to the New York stage scene. She’s a two-time Obie Award-winner and Guggenheim Playwriting Fellow. She’s known for her solo show “My Left Breast,” which has been performed across the United States, as well as a long list of plays at the Public Theatre, Second Stage, and Naked Angels, among many other well-known theaters. She also served as a consulting producer and writer on Showtime’s “The L Word” and ABC’s “Thirtysomething.” She won The Writer’s Guild of America Award for her web series “Anyone But Me” about teenagers coming of age.

Miller’s returning to the stage with “20th Century Blues,” a new play at the Pershing Square Signature Center. It’s about four women who met one night in jail 40 years ago. One of the women, a photographer, had taken a photo of the group and gets
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‘Jackie Brown’ at 20: Pam Grier Has a Better Idea for an Ending

‘Jackie Brown’ at 20: Pam Grier Has a Better Idea for an Ending
Quentin Tarantino’s acclaimed crime thriller “Jackie Brown,” which celebrates its 20th anniversary on Christmas Day, was the filmmaker’s valentine to stars Pam Grier and Robert Forster.

Grier came to fame as the groundbreaking female action superstar of such Blaxploitation films as 1973’s “Coffy” and 1974’s “Foxy Brown.” Though Grier continued working in film and television, she hadn’t had a meaty leading film role since the demise of the genre.

Forster, who starred in such classics as Haskell Wexler’s 1969’s “Medium Cool,” was primarily doing “B” films and didn’t even have a manager or an agent when “Jackie Brown” came along.

Both veteran actors found their careers revitalized by the film. Grier earned a Golden Globe nomination for “Jackie Brown” and since has appeared in such TV series as Showtime’s acclaimed “The L Word” and films including “Larry Crowne,” and published her autobiography. Forster received a supporting actor nom as bail bondsman
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CAA Pledges 50–50 Gender Parity by 2020, Begins Defense Fund for Harassment Cases

CAA ignored Mia Kirshner’s complaints about Harvey Weinstein: “The L Word

Creative Artists Agency (CAA) is turning over a new leaf after last week’s New York Times story. According to the exposé about Harvey Weinstein’s wide-reaching network of allies and protectors, at least eight CAA agents were informed of Weinstein’s pattern of sexual misconduct but continued to schedule private hotel meetings between the mogul and their clients. Now, per The Hollywood Reporter, CAA has vowed to become part of the solution instead of the problem.

The talent agency has joined ICM in pledging 50–50 gender parity by 2020. CAA has also cancelled its annual Golden Globes party and will instead use that money to set up a legal defense fund for sexual harassment cases. The fund will support harassment victims in all workplaces, not just those in show business.

“The intention is to honor the agency’s
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Angela Robinson to Receive Inaugural Mind the Gap Award

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Angela Robinson earned raves for her depiction of “Wonder Woman’s” origin story in “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women,” and now the writer-director is set to be honored for the biopic. A press release from the California Film Institute announced that Robinson will receive the inaugural Mind the Gap (MtG) Award “for her groundbreaking work” in creating the film.

Inspired by true events, “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” tells the story of “Wonder Woman” creator Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans) and the women who inspired the iconic character: his wife Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall) and the married couple’s lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote). The drama sees William, Elizabeth, and Olive fighting to bring the powerful heroine to the masses — and fighting for their right to have an unconventional relationship despite intense social pressure and judgment.

“I’m really happy that it’s being embraced
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Fund This: A Pair Of ‘Gal Pals’ Hope To Keep Their Lgbtq Comedy Rolling

Project Name: Gal Pals

Asking For: $20,000 through Indiegogo

Amount Raised Thus Far (At Time Of Post): $1,473

Days Remaining In Campaign (At Time Of Post): 25

Description: Though the web series format has opened up opportunities for Lgbtq-friendly creators who previously struggled to share their stories, there is still a desire for more dynamic and relatable queer characters in the media landscape. Gal Pals hopes to change that. Sarah Soderquist and Kallie Tenney's series is searching for a second season after launching an impressive premiere earlier this year.

The titular Gal Pals are Bee (Katie Lynn Stoddard) and Olivia (Skarlet Redd). The show depicts their banter, the romantic hijinks they pursue, and other zany situations from their lives. "Think of it as The L Word for the Broad City generation," reads the Indiegogo campaign. "It's light-hearted, it's romantic, and nearly all of the characters are Lgbtq."

Thanks to its
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Greenlit: Upcoming Features ‘Inherit the Viper’ + Live Action ‘Pokemon’ to Fill Out Cast

Greenlit means a project is officially a go, so all you have to do is follow these leads to stay up to date. You never know where you’ll find an opportunity to land an audition! “Inherit the Viper”Margarita Levieva is taking a break from 1970s New York City and “The Deuce” to star alongside Josh Hartnett in “Inherit The Viper.” The story follows the two stars as siblings in West Virginia caught up in a spiral of violence amidst a drug epidemic while they try to escape their circumstances. No other talent is attached, and there is no production information as of yet, but as pre-production continues, Orly Sitowitz will be filling out the cast list. “Detective PikachuJustice Smith will lead the upcoming live-action “Pokemon” movie “Detective Pikachu.” It’s the franchise’s first ever live action adaptation, and little is known about the plot. Rob Letterman will direct the film,
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Marja-Lewis Ryan to Serve as Showrunner on Showtime’s “The L Word” Sequel

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The upcoming “L Word” sequel has found a showrunner. According to Deadline, Marja-Lewis Ryan (“The Four-Faced Liar”) will be steering Showtime’s continuation of the beloved series. She’ll also exec produce alongside the original series’ creator Ilene Chaiken and stars Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig, and Leisha Hailey (who portrayed Bette, Shane, and Alice, respectively).

The L Word” ran on Showtime from 2004–2009. Set in West Hollywood, the drama followed a group of lesbians and is widely considered influential in its depiction of the Lgbtq community.

“Ilene and the original ‘L Word’ made me believe that my voice mattered,” said Ryan. “I am beyond excited for the opportunity to usher in the next generation of diverse queer people. I couldn’t imagine a better time to make this show.”

“Showtime met with a number of writers with ties to the lesbian community,” the source details.”The follow-up series is
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The L Word: Marja-Lewis Ryan Named as Sequel Series Showrunner by Showtime

The L Word has a new leader. Recently, Showtime announced Marja-Lewis Ryan will be the showrunner for the network's upcoming sequel series.A follow-up to The L Word, the new drama will center on "a new ensemble of self-possessed Lgbtqia characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success on the east side of L.A." Original series stars Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey are expected to return.Read More…
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TVLine Items: The Magicians Season 3 Premiere, L Word Revival Boss and More

TVLine Items: The Magicians Season 3 Premiere, L Word Revival Boss and More
Can you feel the magic in the air?

The Magicians will return for Season 3 on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 9/8c on Syfy, with the Brakebills gang on a mission to bring back their magical abilities.

RelatedJaime Ray Newman Books Magicians Arc Ahead of Debut in Marvel’s Punisher

Check out an atmospheric trailer for the new episodes below:

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Showtime’s in-the-works The L Word revival has tapped Marja-Lewis Ryan (The Four-Faced Liar, 6 Balloons) to serve as showrunner.

RelatedThe L Word Revival Eyed at Showtime

* Amazon has announced a release date
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The 20 Best Film Directors Who Came to TV in the 21st Century

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The 20 Best Film Directors Who Came to TV in the 21st Century
While in recent years we’ve seen plenty of crossover between the film and television worlds, there have been a number of film directors whose engagement with this quasi-new medium has been truly groundbreaking, as they’ve found TV to be a far more creatively satisfying place than film. Thus, while they still may actively work in film from time to time, their TV efforts have proved unforgettable.

For the record, because we limited this to the 21st century, directors Nicole Holocenfer, Mimi Leder, David Lynch, and Tommy Schlamme were ineligible. But their accomplishments cannot be undersold.

Susanne Bier

Oscar winner Susanne Bier made her American television debut with the stylish and sexy John le Carré miniseries “The Night Manager.” Unlike Tomas Alfredson’s barren aesthetic for the Carré film “Tinker Tailor Solider Spy,” Bier opted instead to bring a golden-hued sensuality to nearly every frame of her Carré vision.
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‘The L Word’ Sequel Taps Marja-Lewis Ryan As Showrunner At Showtime

Marja-Lewis Ryan (The Four-Faced Liar, 6 Balloons) has been tasked to spearhead the sequel to The L Word, currently in development at Showtime, as executive producer and showrunner. Mothership series creator Ilene Chaiken also is executive producing, along with Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey, who all starred in the premium network’s original series. “Ilene and the original L Word made me believe that my voice mattered," said Ryan. "I am beyond excited…
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Showtime's 'The L Word' Revival Finds Its Showrunner

Showtime's 'The L Word' Revival Finds Its Showrunner
Showtime's The L Word revival just inched a step closer to becoming a reality.

Playwright and screenwriter Marja-Lewis Ryan has been tapped to serve as showrunner and exec producer of the drama, which remains in development at the premium cable network.

The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken will also exec produce alongside Ryan and original series stars Jennifer Beals (Bette), Katherine Moennig (Shane) and Leisha Hailey (Alice).

"Ilene and the original L Word made me believe that my voice mattered,” Ryan said. “I am beyond excited for the opportunity to usher in the next generation of diverse queer people. I couldn’t imagine a better time...
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Bronwen Hughes on Providing ‘Hard Evidence’ Women Deserve to Direct More Movies (Guest Blog)

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Bronwen Hughes on Providing ‘Hard Evidence’ Women Deserve to Direct More Movies (Guest Blog)
I met Bronwen Hughes (director of “Forces of Nature,” “Harriet the Spy” and “Stander,” as well as episodes of “The L Word” and “Breaking Bad”) on a video call, while she was in Atlanta shooting a TV series. The focus of our conversation was her latest movie, “The Journey Is the Destination,” now streaming on Netflix. The film recounts the true story of Dan Eldon (Ben Schnetzer), who was an incredible artist and a brave, socially active photographer who traveled the world. He died at only 22, in Somalia. However, it feels like he lived more than many other people. Also Read:.
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“Empire” Showrunner Ilene Chaiken Has Two Women-Centric Shows in the Works at Fox

Ilene Chaiken: Entertainment Weekly/YouTube

Ilene Chaiken is putting the contract she re-upped this summer to good use. The “Empire” showrunner, writer, and Ep is penning two new series for Fox, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. One is a medical drama with a script plus significant penalty commitment that’s being compared to “This Is Us,” and the other follows an FBI agent and has a put pilot commitment.

“Triage,” the medical drama, “follows two women’s lives during three distinct periods: in 2008, when they’re surgery interns at Stanford, and in 2018 and 2028, as they explore cutting-edge medical techniques and face both professional and personal challenges,” THR summarizes. “But despite many obstacles, their epic friendship is the one constant in each other’s lives they can count on.”

Chaiken is adapting “Triage” from consulting producer David Cornue’s material. She will also exec produce alongside Jenna Santoianni, Courtney Hazlett, Tom Lesinski, David Ellender, and Steven Marrs. Sonar Entertainment and OutEast Entertainment are producing with 20th Century Fox TV.

The other series, “Mrs. Otis Regrets,” “centers on FBI Special Agent Clementine Otis — wife, mother, patriot — who is in the midst of investigating a domestic terrorism threat when an affair with a prominent government official shatters her life and career at the Bureau. While her former lover endures little blowback from the revelation, Otis is publicly shamed and loses her job, her reputation, her credibility, potentially her family, and even her access to the one person that could help her thwart a huge violent incident.”

Chaiken created “Mrs. Otis Regrets” with Melissa Scrivner-Love (“Person of Interest”). Both will Ep the series with the woman who inspired “Scandal,” Judy Smith. 20th TV is producing.

Best known as the creator of “The L Word,” Chaiken also exec produced, wrote for, and occasionally directed the pioneering Showtime series about a tight-knit group of lesbians in Los Angeles. She’s also set to Ep the “L Word” reboot that’s in the works.

Chaiken penned the original script for “The Handmaid’s Tale” for Showtime. The adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel ended up going to Hulu, and Bruce Miller rewrote the script and took on showrunning duties. Chaiken is still credited as an executive producer on the critically-acclaimed feminist series but is not directly involved in its creative development.

Reality showThe Real L Word: Los Angeles,” Showtime doc “L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin,” and ABC drama“Black Box” are among Chaiken’s other credits.

Season 4 of “Empire” airs Wednesdays on Fox.

“Empire” Showrunner Ilene Chaiken Has Two Women-Centric Shows in the Works at Fox was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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8 Lgbt Filmmakers Who Are Having a Great Year

8 Lgbt Filmmakers Who Are Having a Great Year
As we gear up for an awards season ripe with many quality queer films, it’s important to remember smaller successes who may get lost in the shuffle. Lgbt-themed film festivals Outfest and Frameline kicked off the summer, while New York’s own NewFest wrapped up last week. It’s always thrilling to see a gay film get awards attention, like the kind lavished on Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” and foreign language contender “Bpm (Beats Per Minute).” But it’s been a banner year for nuanced queer films across the board, and especially ones from queer-identified filmmakers.

From up-and-comers making splashy debuts, to longtime favorites who have stepped up their game, the filmmakers on this list represent a varied swath of not only the Lgbt spectrum, but vastly different artistic styles. That means they have the potential to reach different audiences — and open up perspectives across demographics.
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Kimberly Peirce Will Direct Underground Abortion Network Drama “This Is Jane”

Peirce: ScreenSlam/YouTube

Amazon’s abortion drama “This Is Jane” has found its director. “Boys Don’t Cry’s” Kimberly Peirce will helm the film about an underground abortion network in Chicago, which went by the name of “Jane,” Deadline writes.

This Is Jane” will tell the story of the network’s founder as well as the network itself, a group of self-taught women who provided abortions in Chicago in the pre-Roe v. Wade years. Jane also provided health education and counseling to its patients.

As previously reported, “This Is Jane” is based on Laura Kaplan’s book “The Story of Jane: The Legendary Underground Feminist Abortion Service.” The film is written by Dan Loflin (“Supernatural”) and is being produced by Peter Heller and John Lesher’s Le Grisbi Productions.

While the current administration is doing everything it can to strip women of their reproductive rights and access to healthcare, there are several projects in the works about the need for safe, legal abortion — and the lengths women will go to when that need isn’t met. Rachel Carey’s “Ask for Jane,” currently in post-production, is also about Chicago’s Jane Collective, as is the Elisabeth Moss-starrer “Call Jane.” And “Harlots” producers Alison Owen and Debra Hayward are developing a film about Roe v. Wade, the historic Supreme Court decision that granted all U.S. women the right to an abortion.

Peirce’s feature directorial debut, “Boys Don’t Cry,” is the true story of Brandon Teena, a young trans man who was murdered in 1993. The film was nominated for an Independent Spirit, won the Satyajit Ray Award and the Fipresci Prize at the 1999 London Film Festival, and earned lead actress Hilary Swank her first Oscar. Features “Stop-Loss” and “Carrie” and episodes of “The L Word,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” and “I Love Dick” are among Peirce’s other credits.

Kimberly Peirce Will Direct Underground Abortion Network Drama “This Is Jane” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Halloween 2017: Devil’s Night Double Feature – The Crow and House Of 1000 Corpses

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[To get you into the spooky spirit, the Daily Dead team is spotlighting double features that we think would be fun to watch this Halloween season. Check here for more double feature recommendations and other Halloween 2017 coverage.]

In horror movies, things usually go so very wrong on October 31st when it comes to the Halloween-themed offerings of the genre. But what about the night before? October 30th, or “Devil’s Night”, can also bring about its own horrific consequences, which is the theme I went with when it came time to put together my double feature of Alex ProyasThe Crow and Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. Both are coincidentally feature film debuts for each director, they feature killer soundtracks, and this pair of films is also centered around a storyline where the characters will never be the same after their experiences on the night before Halloween.

Based on the comic by James O'Barr, The Crow finds aspiring rock star Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) rising from the grave a year after his death to take revenge on the four thugs (David Patrick Kelly, Angel David,
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Mary Harron and More to Be Honored at Wift-t’s Crystal Awards

Harron on “Strombo”: YouTube

Mary Harron has a lot to celebrate. In a little over a week, “Alias Grace” — the Netflix miniseries she directed — will premiere. And in December Harron will receive the Creative Excellence Award at Women in Film & Television — Toronto’s (Wift-t) Crystal Awards, the annual celebration of women working in Canadian entertainment.

The prize “is presented to a woman in recognition of the dynamic quality of her work in screen-based media,” a Wift-t press release notes. In addition to features like “American Psycho,” “I Shot Andy Warhol,” and “The Moth Diaries,” Harron has previously helmed episodes of series such as “The L Word,” “Big Love,” and “Six Feet Under.”

Actress Tonya Williams (“The Young and the Restless”), screenwriter Karen Walton (“Orphan Black”), Guru Studio Evp Mary Bredin, and Digital Wizards prez Diane Williamson will also be honored at the Crystal Awards.

Williams is set to receive the Special Jury Award of Distinction, in recognition of her commitment to supporting diverse talent in Canada via Reelworld Film Festival, which she founded in 2001, and her production company, Wilbo Entertainment.

Walton will take home the Mentorship Award, which honors individuals who help women establish careers in screen-based media. The “Ginger Snaps” and “Queer as Folk” writer started inkcanada, a Facebook group for professional writers in Canada, in 2007.

The Outstanding Achievement in Business Award will go to Bredin for her leadership as an exec at Guru and, previously, at Nelvana, Telefilm Canada, Canal +, Pmmp, and Disney. And Williamson will receive the Digital Trailblazer Award for founding Digital Wizards Inc., where she also works as an executive producer.

“The Crystal Awards is the hallmark of Wift-t’s legacy,” said Heather Webb, the organization’s Executive Director. “For three decades, we’ve prioritized the recognition and celebration of women’s achievements; and the men who mentor, support, and advocate for women. Thirty years ago when women were rendered invisible in the industry, Wift-t led the way by illuminating the monumental contributions of women that significantly shape and advance Canada’s screen- based industry.”

Webb added, “These women have broken ground, demonstrated incredible visionary insight, and are an inspiration to their peers, audiences, and the next generation of women in the industry.”

The Crystal Awards Gala will be held December 5 in Toronto, Ontario. Event tickets will be sold on Wift-t’s website until November 20 or while quantities last.

Check out the Crystal Awardees’ bios below, courtesy of Wift-t.

Creative Excellence Award: Mary Harron, Director/Writer/Executive Producer

One of the most distinctive voices of the independent film movement of the last 20 years, Mary Harron made her debut as a feature-film writer/director in 1996 with “I Shot Andy Warhol.” The film won star Lili Taylor a Special Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival, and garnered Independent Spirit Award and London Film Critic Circle nominations for best first feature.

In 2000, Mary directed the internationally successful “American Psycho,” starring Christian Bale, which she and Guinevere Turner adapted from Brett Easton Ellis’ notorious bestseller. For her work on this film, she was nominated for Director of the Year by the London Film Critics Circle. She then followed with “The Notorious Bettie Page” in 2005, starring Gretchen Mol, Lili Taylor, and Jared Harris. The film debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and at the Berlin International Film Festival to critical acclaim.

Mary’s most recent feature film, “The Moth Diaries,” starring Sarah Bolger, Sarah Gadon, and Lily Cole, premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2011 and had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Her latest production is the six-part series “Alias Grace,” written and produced by Sarah Polley, and based on the novel by celebrated Canadian author, Margaret Atwood. The series stars Sarah Gadon, Paul Gross, and Anna Paquin, and was produced for CBC and Netflix.

Mentorship Award: Karen Walton, Writer/Executive Producer & President, inkling entertainment inc. & Founder/Admin, inkcanada

Karen Walton is a screen and television writer/creative executive producer whose body of work champions society’s underdogs and outliers. Best known as the writer of cult horror classic “Ginger Snaps,” her decades of television credits include celebrated episodes of “Orphan Black,” “Queer As Folk,” and the true-life rape culture saga, “The Many Trials of One Jane Doe.”

In 2007, Karen founded the public online community known as inkcanada — Canadian Screenwriters & Their Sketchy Friends; a Facebook Group dedicated to fostering free access and open exchanges between Canada’s professional storytellers, and those who aspire to telling their own stories — no matter who they are or where they live. Now in its 10th year of amazing conversations, inkcanada features the distinct voices of over 5,000 members in Canada, and around the world. Karen’s dedication to fair representations of gender, gender equity, racial, and cultural diversity in entertainment continues, onscreen and off.

Outstanding Achievement in Business Award: Mary Bredin, Evp of Content & Strategy, Guru Studios

Mary Bredin has built her 25-year career by developing, executive producing, and acquiring content around the globe. She has tirelessly championed bold, international business strategies while maintaining the importance of developing quality ground-breaking content. Mary has brought a creative business sense to every role — including her time at Nelvana, Telefilm Canada, Canal +, and Pmmp in Paris. In London, Mary worked at Disney for 8 years where she built a team of global Disney Channel Executives, creating a framework for programming and acquisitions that is still used today.

In 2007, Mary joined Guru Studio to lead the Original Content department, beginning with “Justin Time,” then “Dinopaws.” She most recently developed and executive produced the series “True and the Rainbow Kingdom” — a Netflix Original that launched globally in August 2017. Her mission to export the best of Canadian content to the world still gives Mary great pride and energy even after 25 years.

Digital Trailblazer Award: Diane Williamson, President, Digital Wizards

Diane Williamson has enjoyed a long career working in production, operations, and project management. Her introduction to digital was at CBC where she worked with Industry Canada scientists to set up the first cbc.ca website in 1993. CBC was recognized at the time as the first broadcaster in the world to put audio on the internet.

Later, as Founder and Executive Producer at Digital Wizards Inc. Diane and her team completed many complex productions, and she had the pleasure of working with many of Canada’s best Producers and Broadcasters.

Diane’s career later took her to The University of Waterloo where she was responsible for the operations of an innovation lab that explored new digital technologies including Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, among others.

Special Jury Award of Distinction: Tonya Williams, Actor/Producer/Director and President, Wilbo Entertainment; Founder, ReelWorld Film Festival

With over 35 years working in the entertainment industry, award-winning actress Tonya Williams has worked in front and behind the camera. After studying in the Drama program at Ryerson University, she started her career in Toronto, Canada. With much success, she soon moved to Los Angeles where her career continued to soar. Tonya is best known for her 20-year starring role as Olivia Hastings on the daytime drama “The Young and The Restless,” where she won numerous awards nationally and internationally, including two NAACP Image Awards and an Actra award of excellence.

Always seeking ways to help emerging racially diverse talent back in Canada, she founded Reelworld Film Festival in 2001. Reelworld has been and continues to be a launching pad for great talent in all areas of the entertainment industry. Through her production company, Wilbo Entertainment, she has had the opportunity to produce and direct, and for five years Tonya sat on the Toronto Film Board where she worked diligently at creating more opportunities for emerging talent. She continues to be a passionate, tenacious advocate for filmmakers of color around the world.

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Professor Marston & the Wonder Women movie review: secret identities (#LFF2017)

MaryAnn’s quick take… A sweet, romantic story about the polyamorous triad that created a beloved superhero… and about the power of comic books to speak to our inner lives. I’m “biast” (pro): love the cast; desperate for stories about women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Sorry, all you dudes who may have been expecting something salacious and debauched from a movie about the guy who created Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Cuz you’ve heard that he was into bondage and somehow managed to convince his wife to bring another woman into their lives and their bed: woo-hoo, threesome! But Professor Marston & the Wonder Women isn’t perverted, and it’s not pornographic, not even of the softest-core type. And this ain’t Fifty Shades of Grey, either. Thank Aphrodite. This is a sweet story about people
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