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    The discussion focused on the challenges the filmmakers face in the industry and how being a woman influences their filmmaking and choices in what films to make. One of the major themes that emerged was to give a voice and a platform for stories that are not being told.

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    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).

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    On Tuesday night, a full house of Independent Filmmaker Project members gathered at the Made in NY Media Center in downtown Brooklyn to meet the Film Fatales face-to-face. Earlier this month, Filmmaker Magazine published an article entitled "A Collective Will" by Danielle Lurie, which spoke of an almost magical troop of female filmmakers who were banding together to help empower each other to get their films made. "Instead of dwelling on statistics and waiting around for people to give us money, we decided to all get together and help each other make our own films," said Leah Meyerhoff, founder of the Film Fatales, whose first feature film I Believe in Unicorns premiered at SXSW festival earlier this year...

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