Where Are The Brown Women Filmmakers? (Tribeca Edition)

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Where Are The Brown Women Filmmakers? (Tribeca Edition)

  1. 1. “I Got Somethin to Tell You” Directorial debut. An EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony) winning producer, actress and talk show co-host.WhoopiGoldberg
  2. 2. “Powerless” Co-director and producer. 2011 Cinereach grantee. Premiered at Berlin this year.DeeptiKakkar
  3. 3. “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me” World premiere. Emmy-winning producer ("The Betrayal") and founder of Isotope Films. ChiemiKarasawa
  4. 4. “The Pretty One” Feature film debut. Finalist for both the Nicholl Fellowship and Zoetrope Screenplay Contest. JenéeLaMarque
  5. 5. “Dancing in Jaffa” Peabody award-winning, three-time Emmy nominated filmmaker. Will be opening film at the 15th DocAviv (International Documentary Festival in Tel Aviv) next month. HillaMedalia
  6. 6. “Alias Ruby Blade: A Story of Love and Revolution” Screenwriter and producer. Played at Human Rights Watch Film Festival (London). Available to watch on Tribeca OnlineTanya Ager starting 4/19 and eligible for $10,000 Audience Meillier Award.
  7. 7. “Wadjda” The first feature film by a female Saudi director to be filmed in Saudi Arabia. Set to open in U.S. theaters in late August. HaifaaAl-Mansour
  8. 8. “Farah Goes Bang” Director and co-writer. Feature film debut. Available to watch on Tribeca Online starting 4/19 and eligible for $10,000 Audience Award. Nominated for first-ever Nora Ephron Prize (comes w/Meera $25,000 award for one female writer or director).Menon
  9. 9. “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” Premiered last year at the Venice Film Festival. Opens in US theaters on April 26th.Mira Nair
  10. 10. “Six Acts” Journalist-turned- screenwriter. Won Best Script award at 2012 Haifa International Film Festival.Rona Segal
  11. 11. “The Cup Reader (Qariat il Finjan)” World premiere. Selected for IFP’s inaugural Emerging Visionaries program.Suha Araj
  12. 12. “Sight” Premiered at Rotterdam Film Festival. Founding board member of ImageNation Aboriginal Film and Video Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia. ThirzaCuthand
  13. 13. “Delicacy” Screenwriter. 3rd year Directing MFA student at Columbia University. Short film is available to watch on Tribeca Online starting 4/198and eligible forFrieda Luk $5,000 award.
  14. 14. “Close Your Eyes” Narrative short film debut. Awarded a 2011 New York State Council Individual Artist Grant.Sonia Malfa
  15. 15. “Snow in Paradise” Director. Played at Sydney Film Festival, New Zealand International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Chicago International Childrens Festival. JustineSimei-Barton
  16. 16. “Snow in Paradise” Co-director and writer. World premiere at Berlin 2012. NikkiSi’ulepa
  17. 17. “Grave Goods” Premieres this month at Visions du Réel Documentary Festival in Switzerland.Leslie Tai

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