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Emmys 2018: Tiffany Haddish, Constance Wu, Sterling K. Brown Party at ‘Variety’ and Women in Film Bash

Stars from across television spent the night celebrating one another’s achievements at the Variety and Women in Film’s annual Emmy nominee party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood. The event honored people above and below the line, while also highlighting the recent achievements that women have made in regard to inclusivity in television. “We’ve made some progress in women  Full Article…

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Toronto Film Review: ‘The Wind’

The doorway shot in John Ford’s “The Searchers” is one of the most influential cinematic frames of all time. But it’s not often we really parse the meaning of that iconic image, or seek to understand the way it has shaped our understanding of the western as an outdoorsy, masculine genre. Emma Tammi’s feature debut,  Full Article…

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British Independent Film Awards Launches ‘Unconscious Bias’ Training Program

With awards nominee lists under increasing scrutiny, the British Independent Film Awards is launching a first-of-its-kind “unconscious bias” training program. All BIFA voting members, including juries, committees and the board, will complete the training ahead of this year’s awards. The program is designed to educate hundreds of industry professionals to recognize how unconscious bias may  Full Article…

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Venice Film Review: ‘What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?’

Following his unsettling look at Louisiana down-and-outs in “The Other Side,” Roberto Minervini tackles an easier topic to get audiences behind: a community of African-Americans in New Orleans whose stories reflect the toxic effects of centuries-old racism. “What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?” is a natural direction for the Italian-born director to  Full Article…

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Venice Film Review: ‘The Other Side of the Wind’

Now that the mosaic has finally been put together, what does it look like? “The Other Side of the Wind” tells the story of a legendary Hollywood director, Jake Hannaford (John Huston), who is struggling to complete his latest picture. Considering that it took more than 40 years to assemble Orson Welles’ final film into  Full Article…

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