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  • Dec. 16, 2015
    When Ingrid Veninger told a room full of actors, screenwriters and directors that she wanted to see more movies written and directed by women, the crowd cheered in agreement.
  • Dec. 16, 2015
    I have long believed that a positive shift will occur when women start helping women. In an informal way, a small group of us female directors, having met through The National Film School and Guiding Lights, got together from time to time and naturally discussed the problems of filmmaking...
  • Dec. 16, 2015
    It was very inspiring to see these 50 young women pursuing paths that are traditionally male-dominated. Whether they pursue a career in the sciences or in filmmaking, it was an absolute pleasure to help support young women who are in the process of choosing their careers...
  • Dec. 16, 2015
    The Film Fatales photo spread in Bright Ideas Magazine is now in print.  The magazine is being distributed at various film festivals (Sundance NEXT, TIFF, Camden, AFI, etc).
  • Dec. 16, 2015
    Hollywood’s prehistoric attitude toward female directors, the filmmaker Leah Meyerhoff said, was epitomized by the recent 'Jurassic World'. That guy had directed one half-million-dollar feature,” she said, referring to Colin Trevorrow and “Safety Not Guaranteed” (2012). “And Steven Spielberg said he took a chance on him because he reminded him of himself when he was young...