Calling “Action”

When I was young, I was taken to see the film A League of Their Own. I still remember the excitement of watching the women’s baseball teams go head-to-head, and the rush of leaving the theater, knowing I wanted to make movies and re-create that experience for others. It took a lot of years –…

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The Lesbian Death Dilemma

As a lesbian writer/director/producer/script reader working in Hollywood, I’ve been following what’s going on since the recent deaths on The 100 and The Walking Dead, neither of which are shows I watch – so I won’t comment specifically on them, as I don’t have the context. But, naturally, the LGBT community makes a good point in sticking…

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My 10 Favorite Female Directors – Drama

Note: This article was first posted over at Ms in the Biz at this link. Haifaa Al-Mansour The story of what went on behind the scenes of Wadjda, a coming-of-age tale about a young girl desperate to buy a bicycle is nearly as compelling as the film itself. Al-Mansour was not allowed to interact with her…

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Why Now? – No Trace & Women Directing Action

About a week ago, we launched our first crowd funding campaign for the short film NO TRACE: Miranda Directs. Since then, we’ve hit 20% of our goal, and climbing. A huge jump over just one week of being online, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. We’ve also cast our lead male – James…

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Miranda Directs!

That’s right – writer/producer/sometimes director Miranda is getting back on the horse/behind the camera/into other metaphorical territory. Here’s a link to her GoFundMe with more info. Please feel free to share!

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