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Sundance 2017 Anticipation

One thing film people love to do is rank their top films in various categories— “What’s your favorite indie film of the 90’s?” “What are your all-time top five films?” And, of course, I always get, “Name your top three favorite female directors!” Whatever the question is, I usually have trouble answering, but the last […]

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#FF Friday Fundraisers for Oct. 28, 2016

Anticipation is building! Only about 10 days until the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, but one last welcomed distraction from this “political climate” is the 9th Annual Citizen Jane Film Festival… Beginning next week in the college town of Columbia, Missouri, is what MovieMaker Magazine calls one of “The 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World!” Along with a program of […]

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See films directed by women at the LA Film Festival!

LAFF Is Here!

It’s that time of year again when I dive into one of my favorite local summer activities, the Los Angeles Film Festival! This festival has shape-shifted over the years, but I’m happy to see it back to being rooted in showcasing a diverse array of independent films. Below are some of the highlights from the exciting line-up of […]

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#FF Fri Fundraisers for Sept 18, 2015

Hello again! A bunch of campaigns ended this week, so we have fewer than usual, BUT there are two new projects (italicized) that need your attention, so check them out. Also please note, if you would like your project listed here PLEASE EMAIL me at frifundraiser@thedirectorlist.com with all your details. If you just tweet it at me, there’s a good chance it […]

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TDL Partners with the 2015 LA Film Festival

Very happy to announce our partnership with the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival. I have been a regular attendee of this local gem since 1998, when I worked as a volunteer for what was then called the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. It is exciting to be working with LAFF in this new capacity, as […]

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