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Sophia Cowley is a young writer, yogi, feminist and film enthusiast from NY. Her idols include Miranda July, David Lynch and Abraham Lincoln. She runs the blog www. isthisthereellife.wordpress.com.

Created Equal: A Milestone Program For The Tuned-In Generation (& Interview With Jacob Burns' Director Of Education)

We had a chance to talk with Emily Keating, the Director of Education for Created Equal, a civil rights and film program for kids

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"Embrace The Chaos" An Interview With SOMETIMES, FOREVER Director, Ashley George

"Ashley George: Sometimes, Forever is a twist on my own experience as a sexually confused girl living in a pretty straight, suburban world, so

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Jacob Burns Film Center: A Hub For Rising Documentarians From Middle East & North Africa

Since its creation, the Jacob Burns Film Center has curated timely, poignant series aimed to enlighten and uplift its audiences. The theater, located in

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SOMETIMES, FOREVER: A Dreamy Portrait Of Teenage Love

Sometimes, Forever is a stylish, incisive look at teenage sexuality, and though it's set in the '90s, it does much to speak to our

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Nine Lives: The One Where Kevin Spacey Plays A Cat

At times brimming with invention and at other moments leaving you confused as to who this is for, Nine Lives doesn't fully deliver.

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[RE]DEFINED: A Complex Story In Simple Terms (& Interview With Writer/Director, Danae Grandison)

Danae Grandison's [Re]Defined is a 10-minute short film that dives into the nitty gritty of adolescent life, leaving few doors unopened.

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"If We Build It, They Will Come:" Looking Toward This Month's Women's Media Summit With Filmmaker & Activist, Maria Giese

We spoke with director & activist Maria Giese about the incredible organizational efforts behind the Women's Media Summit, taking place 31 March - 2

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Jacob Burns Film Center's Creative Culture Program: An Experiment In Filmmaking & Interconnectedness

Creative Culture is the Jacob Burns Film Center's (NY) educational program. We watched the fellows' films and interviewed the program director.

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"Kids Are So Decent To Start With": The Role of Family In GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT

Gentleman's Agreement is not merely an indictment of anti-Semitism, but a film that also "agrees" with the domestic concerns of its day.

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An Interview With Kirsten Johnson, Director Of CAMERAPERSON

We spoke with Kirsten Johnson, director of the documentary Cameraperson, how she became a cameraperson herself, and about her inspirations.

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