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  • Elle

    t's 2015, but still, in Hollywood, most movies are made by white men to tell stories about...white men. Thankfully, there's a growing movement to diversify both the industry and the films it makes—and at the forefront of it is Keri Putnam, executive director of the Sundance Institute. Putnam (above, left) nurtures filmmakers who have diverse voices and want to tell new stories, and she's currently feeling pretty optimistic about the future, provided the industry can rise to a few key challenges.

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    "The WILD sat down with founder and director Leah Meyerhoff (I Believe in Unicorns) to discuss what’s behind this impressive and revolutionary haven of creatives and troubadours making waves in today’s landscape of independent (and mainstream) cinema...

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    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...

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