October 22, 2013 11:22 PMReply
Is there a specific night during a show's run when box office numbers are counted (e.g. first Friday night...?) towards the film's ranking? I'm in a group of women who would like to support films written, directed, and/or produced by women by attending that night.
June 27, 2013 3:19 PMReply
I'm here to promote an indiegogo campaign for a great woman filmmaker and her film, The One Nighter...Check out the campaign & the great perks! If you can't help out with funding, please help out with sharing with your social network. Thanks in advance & cheers! Here's the indiegogo linke: http://igg.me/p/438404
May 17, 2012 7:01 PMReply
Lauren Ludwig got thrilling news a few weeks back - she has been accepted into AFI's Directing Workshop for Women, in which she will have the chance to direct a short film. Please help her make her film! http://www.indiegogo.com/burnbrightlyfilmEvery dollar counts, no matter how big or small the donation. Thank you so much for your help in getting this film up on its feet, and for all the ways you support women filmmakers.
brie eley |
February 22, 2012 6:19 PMReply
My name is Brie Eley. My producing partner, Charisse Woodall, and I are developing a sharp and irreverent half hour comedy series called Capes and Claims about superheros and insurance agents. The show combines the thrill of superhero adventures with the excitement of cop dramas and the workplace antics of kooky insurance agents. We're currently raising money to shoot the pilot episode (Indiegogo under Capes and Claims), and it would be a major coup to have our teaser video or project mentioned on Women & Hollywood. We have a great show with all of these elements, created by two women, that stars an ethnically diverse cast and features four African-American series regulars. To maintain that integrity through the selling process, we'll need all the help we can get. Thank you for the consideration and for continuing to be a voice for women in Hollywood.
Supriya Limaye |
August 17, 2011 11:04 AMReply
Hey everyone,I'm an intern promoting a new web series called The Monogamy Experiment. It stars Amy Rider (Secret Life), a young Asian American filmmaker, and we need your support. It also stars Tohoru Masamune (Inception), James Kyson-Lee (Heroes), Gina Hiraizumi, Allen Evangelista (Secret Life), and others. We are posting here because we thought the people here would enjoy the content. It's a hilarious and light hearted exploration of dating and open relationships. If you like it, we'd love an official mention on your site.Here's episode 1:YouTube - Ep. 1 Your Sex Is On Fire (The Monogamy Experiment) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pPmatPfpy4&feature=mfu_in_order&list=ULWhat do you guys think of the episode? What do you think about open relationships/monogamy? And do you think we are naturally/biologically monogamous?Thanks,Supriya
carol Hollenbeck |
January 26, 2011 3:18 AMReply
do you ever allow people to submit a film trailer on your website.please let me know if and when yu do, as i have my short film trailerthat is on the independent film channel website. and i woulld loveto submit it if you allow it.... my short film is called the lifters.it is a 2min trailer of the short, thanks, carol hollenbeck
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