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Dinner With Dames: Dinner #9, With Lawrence Kopeikin (Recap)

For Dinner With Dames #9, Cinefemme gathered a group of women filmmakers to dine with Lawrence Kopeikin, entertainment attorney at Morris Yorn.

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Dinner With Dames: Dinner #8, With Paul Feig (Recap)

For Dinner With Dames #8 Cinefemme gathered a group of female filmmakers to dine with Paul Feig, writer/director of Ghostbusters and Spy.

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Dinner With Dames: Dinner #7, With Zoë Bell (Recap)

For Dinner With Dames #7 Cinefemme gathered a group of female filmmakers to dine with Zoë Bell, actor, stuntperson and director.

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Dinner With Dames: Dinner #6, With David Boxerbaum (Recap)

Cinefemme gathered another group of inspiring female filmmakers, writers and content creators for the sixth iteration of Dinner With Dames, to dine with David

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Nora Ephron’s Warped Vision of Feminism In YOU'VE GOT MAIL

Nora Ephron had some very strange ideas about feminism and femininity, and today we pick apart You've Got Mail to prove it.

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Broadcast Signal Intrusion

Phil Drinkwater & Tim Woodall tell about how what went into making their BFI-backed psychological horror film Broadcast Signal Intrusion.

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Seeking Our Story: Leni Riefenstahl & The Responsibility Of Storytellers

Riefenstahl’s portrayal of the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg, Triumph of the Will exemplifies propaganda filmmaking. It is vital to watch Leni Riefenstahl's

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Dinner With Dames: Dinner #4, With Dean Cundey (Recap)

Cinefemme gathered another group of inspiring female filmmakers, writers and content creators for the fourth iteration of Dinner With Dames, to dine with Dean

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Blood, Actually: A BLACK CHRISTMAS Tradition

Holiday Horrors provide a comforting alternative to the forced gaiety of the season - and Black Christmas is one of the best to watch.

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A Teacher's Saviour: Using Movies To Teach Literature

Teaching English is a physical job and sometimes it is necessary to call on the help of Hollywood to get you through it.

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