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TIFF Mar 8
Last year, only 8% of the top 250 films were directed by women. It's time for a wake-up call. 🗣 proudly stands with women in front of and behind the camera. Join the movement at ✊🏼✊🏾✊🏿
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Sarah Rafferty Mar 8
I’m proud to stand with women in front of and behind the camera! Thank you for inviting me to be an ambassador, and for all you do to amplify women’s voices. Join the movement at
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TIFF Nov 9
Replying to @TIFF_NET
"No one thought this movie directed by a woman, starring 2 women, produced by 2 women, written by a woman, was ever going to enter into mainstream cinema or to make money." — Susan Seidelman on DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN
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Hollywood Reporter Sep 8
On the day of , Sorry for Your Loss star Kelly Marie Tran reveals every day women inspire her the most: "We need to admire people who are just living a life that might not be celebrated on a public sphere. That really inspires me."
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Melissa Silverstein Sep 8
“There is a myth that there is a talent shortage.” Keri Putnam.
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Victoria Ahearn Sep 8
"My new motto is 'No more missed opportunities.' If you're involved in any way, in any production of a movie or a TV show, you have a chance to change it and make it gender-balanced." — Actress and activist Geena Davis at the rally.
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TouchwoodPR Jan 8
What an incredible moment - Jennifer Baichwal and Nicolas de Pencier, winners of Roger’s Best Canadian Film, share their prize with nominees Sadaf Foroughi, Sofia Bohdanowicz, and !
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TIFF Mar 8
Thoughts from : "Diversity onscreen—seeing people like me onscreen—shouldn't be a novelty."
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TIFF Mar 8
Replying to @TIFF_NET
“It's a huge honour to be a Ambassador. Through this platform, I would like to bring together voices of people of all genders and collaborate to champion the cause of equality.” — Rima Das (VILLAGE ROCKSTARS)
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TIFF Apr 19
Director wanted to share more love stories coming from the African continent and “represent us as Nairobians in love, young people who feel things for the sake of feeling things without any other meaning attached.”
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TIFF Oct 5
TIFF stands with women in film. ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 Our goal is to hit 1,000 supporters by October 8. This Thanksgiving, support women in film:
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Shohreh Aghdashloo Jul 11
So proud to be an Ambassador for TIFF's campaign. ❤️
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TIFF Dec 5
Replying to @TIFF_NET
In this house we stan Claire Denis. 🙏 Our third retrospective of this iconic artist includes CHOCOLAT, NÉNETTE ET BONI, 35 RHUMS (35 SHOTS OF RUM), L’INTRUS (THE INTRUDER) + more. March 8 – 31
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TIFF Sep 26
Replying to @gokceerdem
4 frames: 4 films from Shorts — screening October 4 with filmmakers and Lesley Johnson in attendance. CROSS MY HEART (Sontenish Myers) CHARLIE (Lesley Johnson) TITANYUM (Gökçe Erdem) COUNTERFEIT KUNKOO (Reema Sengupta) 🎟s:
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TIFF Oct 12
Ooohhh...aaaaaAAAAAAAaaaaaaaUHHhOOOOOAAHHHHweeeee reached our goal of 1,000 donors! Thank you all for your support. ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 You can still join 1,000+ others and be a part of the movement:
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Norm Wilner Jan 8
ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH just won the 's Rogers Best Canadian Film award; co-directors Jennifer Baichwal and announced they were splitting the $100K cash prize between runners-up , Sadaf Foroughi and the initiative.
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Carmilla Series Sep 8
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TIFF Jan 11
Replying to @JellOpiez
Prolific filmmaker AND inventor: Dorothy Arzner was the first woman to direct an all-talking sound picture and invented the boom microphone when she strung a recording device to a fishing pole for Clara Bow in THE WILD PARTY (1929). 🎤 —
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Cameron Bailey Sep 12
If you want to see life through women's eyes more often on the big screen, see the premiere of THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS tonight. Nicole Holofcener still hasn't gotten her due.
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Ashley Lee Sep 8
Replying to @AmmaAsante
. talks working as a black female director (“the struggle doesn’t stop once you start making movies”) and the ultimate end goal: “Every day I dream of a world in which women can just speak about their work rather than campaign to do it.”
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