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    Kanopy Streaming Service to Showcase Women Centric Films Celebrating Women’s History Month

    Kanopy, the online streaming platform, will be showcasing a special catalog for the month of March, spotlighting a selection of award-winning films and documentaries highlighting women talent from around the globe. Be it documentaries or Oscar caliber performances, Women’s History Month will be celebrated in full. More than ever, the attainability of content has grown […] More

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    Directed by Women: 2018’s Unsung Awards Contenders in the Crafts (Part 1 of 3)

    Every year, as another awards season looms, we look to the statistics of awards seasons past to predict which historical precedents are poised to fall. The stats on underrepresented artists collecting Oscar nominations are always disheartening. The percentages never seem to change, even with the shifting demographics of an expanding Academy. And even with the […] More

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    Circuit 10: Best Debut Films by Directors of Color Since 2008

    Ask any director and they’ll tell you that getting your first feature funded and completed is no easy task. And when you’re a director of color, it’s even more daunting. Indeed, it’s no secret that white directors are often afforded greater opportunities to further their careers following their debut features. But for filmmakers of color, […] More

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    BAFTAS: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Wins Big

    The 71st British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAS) were presented Sunday night, where “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” enjoyed a warm welcome. The film earned five awards for best film, British film, original screenplay, lead actress (Frances McDormand) and supporting actor (Sam Rockwell). “The Shape of Water” and “Blade Runner 2049” also earned multiple awards, the […] More

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    AFI Fest 2017: From American Independents to World Cinema

    The AFI Fest 2017 begins this week, with a slate of films that include Oscar hopefuls from independents and documentaries to foreign language submissions. The American Film Institute is dedicated to preserving the legacy of film and celebrating filmmakers. The festival, which began in 1987, is part of its commitment to preserving the legacy. Because […] More

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    BIFA Announces 2017 Nominees for British Independent Film Awards

    The British Independent Film Award Nominations were unveiled on Wednesday. Several notable names showed up multiple times, including “The Death of Stalin,” “I Am Not a Witch,” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” The partial list of nominees is below: Best British Independent Film “The Death of Stalin” “God’s Own Country” “I Am Not a […] More