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  • Metro

    The Toronto International Film Festival is earning a hefty round of applause this year — and it’s not just for its star-studded lineup. “TIFF is better than most” because festivals often can’t just stumble on parity, you have to want to achieve it and make a concerted effort to reach it, said Leah Meyerhoff, the founder of women’s collective Film Fatales.

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    Female directors won every major award category at Tribeca 2017.

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  • Filmfatales hotdocs 2017

    Join Film Fatales Toronto at Hot Docs on Wednesday May 3rd 7pm for a private networking dinner for attending filmmakers co-hosted by the National Film Board of Canada. Next up is the "Kickstart My First Doc" panel Wednesday May 3rd 11am moderated by Film Fatales. Learn from candid anecdotes about the challenges and solutions around creative and funding issues encountered along the way. Film Fatales will also co-present the Art of The Interview on Thursday May 4th at 2:30pm featuring the Gemini Award-winning director and Toronto Fatale Maya Gallus. The subject of this year's Focus On retrospective, Maya has forged her career out of eliciting intimate interviews. This masterclass will go behind the scenes of Erotica, Girl Inside and the Mystery of Mazo de la Roche to explore the techniques for approaching your subject, setting boundaries and creating comfortable conversation for camera

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