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6 items from 2016

‘Half the Picture’ Exclusive Clips: New Documentary Examines Hollywood’s Discriminatory Hiring Practices

17 November 2016 12:07 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The new feature documentary “Half the Picture” explores gender equality, discriminatory hiring practices and the struggle for female creatives in Hollywood through conversations with dozens of top female film and TV directors. The film has spent over nine months in production and features over 40 interviews, and now director Amy Adrion and the rest of her team have turned to the Seed&Spark crowdfunding community to raise $30,000 to complete the principal photography. Watch a series of brief clips from the film below.

Read More: Female Directors in Hollywood Share Their Stories in ‘Half the Picture

“‘Half the Picture’ is the culmination of my lifetime as a film lover,” says director Amy Adrion, “and is a tribute to the women who inspired me to make films. Also, it was important to me that we ‘be the change’ women filmmakers and film lovers want to see in the world. On the production, I »

- Vikram Murthi

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The Female Gaze, Anyone? Isabel Sandoval on her Ifp Film Week Project, Lingua Franca

17 September 2016 1:41 PM, PDT | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Me and You and Everyone We Know. Pariah. Obvious Child. Lingua Franca. The first three titles? Music to my ears. That last one? Sounds like Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 to me, mostly because it’s my third feature screenplay (and English-language debut). It’s also been selected for No Borders at Ifp Film Week, where those amazing films got their start. As a NYC-based Filipina filmmaker, I can’t be in better company this week. My debut feature, Senorita, a pulpy political noir that’s a love child of Fassbinder’s Lola and late-’90s Almodovar, had its world premiere in competition at Locarno. It has […] »

- Isabel Sandoval

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Meryl Streep-Funded The Writers Lab Announces 12 Female Screenwriters For Second Annual Workshop

4 August 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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New York Women in Film & Television (Nywift) and Iris , a collective of women filmmakers, have officially announced the 10 selected screenwriters who will participate in this year’s The Writers Lab. Now in its second year, The Writers Lab is a program where emerging female screenwriters team up with industry mentors to help develop their screenplays. The lab is open to women over the age of 40 and is funded by Meryl Streep. This year’s participants include:

Carol Carpenter, “The Guadalupe”

Melody Cooper, “The Sound of Darkness”

Meredith DePaolo, “Devil’s Eye””

Nancy Duff, “Dead Drop

Kate Erickson, “Roll With It”

Tina Field Howe, “Drone War

Christina Hulen, “A Gentleman of Good Hope”

Christine Toy Johnson, “Jumping the Third Rail”

Nanci Katz-Ellis, “Blink”

Leslie Longworth, “One Bad Astronaut”

Barbara Nunberg, “Willful Blindness

Stephanie Stanley, “The Radical”

The mentors who will be included »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Trainspotting,’ ‘Simon Killer,’ ‘The Loneliest Planet’ & More Indies Headed to Hulu in July — See Our Curated List

22 June 2016 3:55 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A great many shows and movies are coming to Hulu next month, some more notable than others. To skip the chaff and go straight to the wheat, allow us to collate and curate a selection of the most notable titles available to stream in July:

“48 Hours” and “Another 48 Hours”

“The Aviator”

Berberian Sound Studio

Broadway Danny Rose

The Brothers Bloom

“Devil’s Pass”

Dirty Wars

“Dirty Work”

“‘Don’t Look Now”

Escape From Alcatraz

Finding Neverland

Fish Tank


Gimme the Loot


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The Hunt for Red October

“In the Loop”

“Jimmy P”

Liberal Arts

Like Someone in Love

The Loneliest Planet

Lonesome Jim


Me and You and Everyone We Know

Mommie Dearest


“Rosemary’s Baby”

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- Michael Nordine

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Film Review: ‘Tracktown’

5 June 2016 5:49 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“A quotation is a handy thing to have about, saving one the trouble of thinking for oneself, always a laborious business.” — A.A. Milne

In “Tracktown,” real-life distance runner Alexi Pappas plays aspiring Olympic athlete Plumb Marigold, who bombards us with quotations pilfered from inspirational posters, popular movies and the pages of Bartlett’s, padding the film’s gratuitous voiceover with platitudes by everyone from Mary Lou Retton to Albus Dumbledore. Plumb (whose name is meant to be as adorably one-of-a-kind as Diablo Cody or Juno MacGuff) shows undeniable skill on the track, but is severely stunted in most other respects, especially all things emotional or intellectual, taking 90 minutes to arrive at her first original thought in a film that is itself almost entirely recycled from other indies, mostly of the early-aughts Fox Searchlight variety.

Set in and named after Eugene, Ore., “Tracktown” could be a decade-later sequel to “Little Miss Sunshine, »

- Peter Debruge

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10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in January

6 January 2016 12:54 PM, PST | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It's January, and if your new year's resolution was to watch better movies, then good news: We've got you covered (The bad news: You have terribly low ambitions). From comfort-food classics to a new Netflix documentary series that finds a comedian completely reinventing herself (and does not involve murder cases), there's a hot, hungover mess of great new things to stream this month. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our guide to the best of what's new to view during the first month of 2016. Because you don't have to get »

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