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Tribeca introduces “Out Of This World: Female Filmmakers In Genre”

April 25, 2017

After watching the films created by Stevenson (PINEAPPLE), Miao (TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES: MA), and Delaney (YOYO), current Tribeca N.O.W. program director Liza Domnitz knew instantly that these were something special. “I was genuinely impressed by all three of these pieces and all three of them have this very cool atmosphere and vibe to them, in very different ways. I’d seen PINEAPPLE at Sundance and it’s just visually spectacular. Then I’d seen the other two pieces and it struck me as a potentially really cool little program. And then I realized they were all women and it just worked out even better.”

Now, with the growth of online studios such as Stage 13 and Adaptive Studios, more and more filmmakers are able to share their art with the world; this is only the beginning of the emergence of online filmmakers and strong female voices.

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