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26 of 84 Films in the Hamptons International Film Festival Are Directed by Women

Women and Hollywood By Kerensa Cadenas | Women and Hollywood September 28, 2012 at 12:00PM

Last week the 20th edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival announced their line-up. The festival will run from October 4 – 8. With a slate of 84 films announced thus far, 26 are directed by women (this doesn’t include shorts). And in their Golden Starfish Award Competition (Narrative, Documentary and Short film) out of 15 films and shorts-- 3 women-directed films (1 feature, 1 documentary and 1 short) are in competition.
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Hamptons Film Festival

Last week the 20th edition of the  Hamptons International Film Festival announced their line-up.  The festival will run from October 4 – 8.  With a slate of 84 films announced thus far, 26 are directed by women (this doesn’t include shorts). And in their Golden Starfish Award Competition (Narrative, Documentary and Short film) out of 15 films and shorts-- 3 women-directed films (1 feature, 1 documentary and 1 short) are in competition.

Here’s a list of the women-directed films and documentaries:

Love, Marilyn – Liz Garbus (Opening movie)

Lore – Cate Shortland (Golden Starfish Narrative Competitor)

Bay of All Saints –Annie Eastman (Golden Starfish Documentary Competitor)

Colombianos – Tora Mårtens

Electrick Children – Rebecca Thomas

Future Weather – Jenny Deller

Inch’Allah -- Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette

My Brother The Devil – Sally El Hosani

Refuge – Jessica Goldberg

Simon and the Oaks – Lisa Ohlin

American Masters: Inventing David Geffen – Susan Lacy

The Atomic States of America  -- Co-directed by Sheena M. Joyce and Don Argott

Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness – Co-directed by Lekha Singh and Roger Spottiswoode

Brooklyn Castle – Katie Dellamaggiore

Call Me Kuchu – Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall

Citizen Hearst – Leslie Iwerks

Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey – Ramona S. Diaz

In Your Dreams – Stevie Nicks – Co-directed by Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart

James Salter: A Sport and A Pastime – Co-directed by Sandy Gotham Meehan, Edgar Howard and Tom Piper

The New Public – Jyllian Gunther

One Day After Peace – Co-directed by Miri Laufer and Erez Laufer

One Nation Under Dog: Stories of Fear, Loss, & Betrayal – Jenny Carchman, Ellen Goosenberg Kent, Amanda Micheli

Romeo, Romeo – Lizzie Gottlieb

The Standbys – Stephanie Riggs

Venus and Serena – Maiken Baird, Michelle Major

Zen of Bennett – Unjoo Moon

This article is related to: Women Directors, Hamptons International Film Festival


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