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Lina Caicedo Film Maker

Lina Caicedo  will be showing her film “I do not run” as part of our Women in Film Documentary Event on September 8th. We asked her a few questions to help understand the processes behind making a film. 1,510 more words

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UK Premiere of "Supernova" at Cambridge Film Festival

Tamar van den Dop’s second feature film, Supernova, is premiering in the UK today at the Cambridge Film Festival.

We were fortunate to speak to van den Dop herself just before this exciting premiere and she told us of her enthusiasm to be sharing with the world the film she wrote, directed and starred in. 176 more words

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What Executive Recruiters Can Tell Us About Female CEOs and Directors

Today I read (yet another) article trying to explain why there are so few female CEOs.  The short answer: there isn’t a strong pipeline of women in “line” or “operational” roles, which typically precede winning the CEO job.   416 more words

FilmDoo INTERVIEW: British TV and Film Director Alex Kalymnios

As FilmDoo’s Campaign for Female Directors continues, meet our next interviewee, the talented British TV and film director Alex Kalymnios! Find out what she has to say on directing, the supernatural genre and motherhood below. 917 more words

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FilmDoo INTERVIEW: British director Eirene Houston

Our campaign for Female Directors continues! This time, Filmdoo will introduce you to the British director, writer and documentary filmmaker Eirene Houston, who has two very interesting projects up her sleeve. 1,213 more words

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FilmDoo's INTERVIEW: Italian Director Eleonora Mignoli

Our next entry in FilmDoo’s campaign for Female Directors is Eleonora Mignoli, an Italian filmmaker working around the world and pursuing her dream of directing sci-fi films. 1,170 more words

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FilmDoo's INTERVIEW: American director Kate Ryan

American documentary director Kate Ryan wanted to be working in the film industry ever since she was a child, thinking that she would be either acting or making feel-good movies within traditional studio system. 997 more words

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