Gabrielle Gorman: Filmmaker, Activist

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The Poetic Filmmaking of Gabrielle Gorman Watch a film by Gabrielle Gorman and you will be struck by her powerful and poetic use of imagery, even as she explores charged subjects such as racism, police brutality, and identity. Unsurprisingly, a poem is sometimes transformed into a film for the 19-year old filmmaker. One of these […]

Interview with Mary-Lyn Chambers, Director of “Debris: Escombros”

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We caught up with director Mary-Lyn Chambers on the red carpet of the Alliance of Women in Media Southern California’s 57th Annual Genii Awards. Mary-Lyn was presented with the award for Best Drama Short  by Film Independent president Josh Welsh. Her winning short, Debris: Escombros, tells the story of a girl who arrives at an […]

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Slated Study of Nearly 1,6000 Films Reveals Gender “Trust Gap”

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The Hollywood Reporter reported on a recent study from Slated, analyzing 1,591 features since 2010. The Slated study found that films with women in key roles (director, producer, writer, star) had a higher average return on investment, despite having an average of 25% smaller budgets — except in the category of films under $25 million. Investigating the exception of […]