Tag Archives | documentary film

Ariel Hansen, director of the horror short film NEPENTHES

#FF Fri Fundraisers for July 21, 2017

  Let’s get right to it!                                                                               All of the projects listed below have female directors at the helm […]

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Lara Jean Gallagher director of Clementine

#FF Fri Fundraisers for July 14, 2017

Rolling into the dog days of summer, I’m doing my best to get outside, but it can be rough when barely walking into the Tennessee sun leaves me immediately drenched in sweat. What do you do to beat the heat? How about joining the heat by catching some lady-athletes in their creative moments? Fast Company highlighted this series […]

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Jamila J Brown, Director of MOTHERLAND DEPARTED

#FF Fri Fundraisers for July 7, 2017

  One of those weeks… Long list, short post. Have a great weekend!         — Sarah P.S. See those new share buttons at the bottom of the post? Take them for a spin!                                             […]

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Vaishnavi Sundar, director od "But What Was She Wearing?"

#FF Friday Fundraisers for June 16, 2017

With more feature films directed by women coming to a theater near you, let’s talk comedy! Recently Bustle pointed out reasons why it needs to be okay for women-centric comedies to be “not so great” sometimes. Not that we want failure, but since the frequency of lady-led comedies has been so low in the release numbers […]

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Julia Saponova dir EATING AN ELEPHANT

#FF Friday Fundraisers for June 9, 2017

Audiences and critics alike were dazzled and inspired by Wonder Woman opening weekend and you can be, too! I’m already eyeing my calendar for a second watch this weekend to hold support for the 9th top grossing film of the year (already!). Let’s get it to #1 and keep it there! In other news, click the […]

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Justine Bateman, director of the short film PUSH

#FF Friday Fundraisers for May 26, 2017

This week has been all about Cannes Film Festival and for women directors the experience is a familiar mix of coverage of the films themselves and the women’s appearances. Fashion is a mainstay, but the number of programmed films directed by women has fluctuated over the years. While this year a few widely-recognized directors like Sofia Coppola, […]

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Ruth Leitman, director of "Lady Parts Justice in the New World Order"

#FF Friday Fundraisers for May 19, 2017

“It takes a village…” is a common phrase when it comes to raising children, keeping neighborhoods safe, and plenty more situations. Arguably it’s a core tenant of crowdfunding, too. When we all add our unique participation, the whole project benefits! We can keep an eye out for each other and lend a hand. In the list […]

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Rebecca Woolf director of PANS

#FF Friday Fundraisers for May 12, 2017

        Keeping the intro short this week, but there’s one important item of business to cover: the Wonder Woman countdown has begun! Just three more weeks until the Patty Jenkins-directed action film opens (June 2)!  Have you seen the final trailer? Pre-sale tickets are already available– meet you at the theater?         […]

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MIRROR MIRROR director Anngelica-Marie Eshesimua

#FF Friday Fundraisers for May 5, 2017

Cheers for the weekend! Thanks for visiting and checking out the highlights of crowdfunding projects currently going strong, along with the directors looking for your support. Before getting to the list, I want to share a few more insights from my past week and half talking to female directors who had films programmed at the […]

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Aisha Tyler directing her feature debut AXIS

#FF Friday Fundraisers for April 28, 2017

It’s been a movie-filled week here in Nashville, TN! Along with attending the Nashville Film Festival, I made a point to catch Losing Ground (1982), directed by Kathleen Collins, in a feminist retrospective series at the local indie cinema, The Belcourt. It’s a multi-layered masterpiece that is credited as one of the first fictional feature films made […]

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