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In Honour of International Women’s Day:
10 Movies About Friendship Directed by women

Farah Goes Bang (2013) Meera Menon

Fort Tilden (2014) Sarah Violent Bliss & Charles Rogers

Friends With Money (2006) Nicole Holofcener

Girlhood (2014) Céline Sciamma

Miss You Already (2015) Catherine Hardwicke

Now and Then (1995) Lesli Linka Glatter

The Trouble with Angels (1966) Ida Lupino

The Sisterhood of Night (2015)  Caryn Waechter

Walking and Talking (1996) Nicole Holofcener

Zero Motivation (2014) Talya Lavie

latimes.com
Women directors bring unique experiences to the small screen — it's getting in the door that's tough
Women directors bring different experiences to television storytelling
By Joy Press

Aline Brosh McKenna, the co-creator and showrunner of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” suggests that women are also sometimes put off by technical barriers. Where “men tend to blithely go into situations under-prepared and learn on the job,” she worries that women may feel they need to be ultra competent to take a shot at directing. When she directed the season finale of “Crazy,” Brosh realized she didn’t need “precise jargon” to communicate with the experts on set: They were there to translate and realize her ideas. “I’d say, this is what I want it to look like and feel like and here are some other shots that I found that have the vibe I am looking for.” Directing is about “storytelling,” she says, and all that really matters is that as the director “you know the story you want to tell.”

Claire & Lesli Discuss "The Letter"
  • Claire: Rupert wrote that!
  • Lesli: Alex Gansa said to Rupert, what do you think Quinn would say to Carrie and he wrote that letter.
  • Claire: He said “Well I can’t talk, I just have to write it” and that’s verbatim. Just cut and paste, that was Rupert.
  • (mumbling)
  • Claire: How beautiful is it though? It’s so wonderful because its so kind of true of Quinn. And Rupert also is - there is part of him that - he’s not immediately available, there’s an opacity, a reservedness - but you go deep and there is just such richness and sensitivity and intelligence. I just thought it was so beautiful.
  • Leslie: And the first time he recorded it we were sitting in that same hospital room you know just getting a scratch track and literally I burst in to tears. There is no crying in baseball. It was just so unexpected. Oh my goodness this guy who never says anything says everything and in such a poetic way.
  • Claire: And not in a saccharine way, just a really beautiful, elegant way. So yeah, it connects so immediately with that first image of Carrie.
  • Leslie: He’s the only one that really sees her completely .
  • Claire: Yeah. But also, that’s Alex, I mean that was true of Season 4 and he really likes to have it called back, to complete the circle.
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This day in Homeland - July 17, 2012 - the pivotal scene of “Q&A” is filmed
“It was chilling. I literally felt Henry Bromell’s hand reach over and grab my arm. We just stood there. I’ve never experienced anything like it… It was one of the most profound days I’ve ever had on a set.” –Lesli Linka Glatter

Movie Quote of the Day is FIVE YEARS OLD today! Below is all of the Movie Quote of the Day posts from June 30th, 2014 thru today, but you can see all 1,799 movies/quotes here.

  • Three Men and a Baby, 1987 (dir. Leonard Nimoy)
  • Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964 (dir. Robert Aldrich)
  • The Canyons, 2013 (dir. Paul Schrader)
  • A Little Bit of Heaven, 2012 (dir. Nicole Kassell)
  • Rocky IV, 1985 (dir. Sylvester Stallone)
  • Killer Joe, 2012 (dir. William Friedkin)
  • Reaching For The Moon, 2013 (dir. Bruno Barreto)
  • We Bought a Zoo, 2011 (dir. Cameron Crowe)
  • The Grifters, 1990 (dir. Stephen Frears)
  • Splash, 1984 (dir. Ron Howard)
  • 12 Years A Slave, 2013 (dir. Steve McQueen)
  • The Station Agent, 2003 (dir. Thomas McCarthy)
  • Point Break, 1991 (dir. Kathryn Bigelow)
  • Clear and Present Danger, 1994 (dir. Phillip Noyce)
  • The Bad News Bears, 1976 (dir. Michael Ritchie)
  • Dazed and Confused, 1993 (dir. Richard Linklater)
  • Ladies They Talk About, 1933 (dir. Howard Bretherton, William Keighley)
  • 2046, 2004 (dir. Wong Kar-Wai)
  • Riddick, 2013 (dir. David Twohy)
  • Julia, 1977 (dir. Fred Zinnemann)
  • The Americanization of Emily, 1964 (dir. Arthur Hiller)
  • Hook, 1991 (dir. Steven Spielberg)
  • Affliction, 1997 (dir. Paul Schrader)
  • Dogfight, 1991 (dir. Nancy Savoca)
  • Drugstore Cowboy, 1989 (dir. Gus Van Sant)
  • Dunston Checks In, 1996 (dir. Ken Kwapis)
  • The Expendables 2, 2012 (dir. Simon West)
  • The Lucky One, 2012 (dir. Scott Hicks)
  • The Avengers, 2012 (dir. Joss Whedon)
  • Brassed Off, 1996 (dir. Mark Herman)
  • School of Rock, 2003 (dir. Richard Linklater)
  • The Recruit, 2003 (dir. Roger Donaldson)
  • Revolutionary Road, 2008 (dir. Sam Mendes)
  • Picture Perfect, 1997 (dir. Glenn Gordon Caron)
  • Into the Night, 1985 (dir. John Landis)
  • All the Pretty Horses, 2000 (dir. Billy Bob Thornton)
  • Albert Nobbs, 2011 (dir. Rodrigo García)
  • Signs, 2002 (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
  • Knock On Any Door, 1949 (dir. Nicholas Ray)
  • Merrily We Go To Hell, 1932 (dir. Dorothy Arzner)
  • Pitch Perfect, 2012 (dir. Jason Moore)
  • Inland Empire, 2006 (dir. David Lynch)
  • The Help, 2011 (dir. Tate Taylor)
  • Patch Adams, 1998 (dir. Tom Shadyac)
  • Foreign Correspondent, 1940 (dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
  • In weiter Ferne, so nah! (Faraway, So Close!), 1993 (dir. Wim Wenders)
  • Gone Baby Gone, 2007 (dir. Ben Affleck)
  • Devil in a Blue Dress, 1995 (dir. Carl Franklin)
  • Predator, 1987 (dir. John McTiernan)
  • Indecent Proposal, 1993 (dir. Adrian Lyne)
  • Get Over It, 2001 (dir. Tommy O’Haver)
  • Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, 2008 (dir. Bharat Nalluri)
  • Starlet, 2012 (dir. Sean Baker)
  • The Turning Point, 1977 (dir. Herbert Ross)
  • Humoresque, 1946 (dir. Jean Negulesco)
  • The Rebound, 2009 (dir. Bart Freundlich)
  • Seance on a Wet Afternoon, 1964 (dir. Bryan Forbes)
  • Panic Room, 2002 (dir. David Fincher)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross, 1992 (dir. James Foley)
  • Beyond Borders, 2003 (dir. Martin Campbell)
  • Night of the Comet, 1984 (dir. Thom Eberhardt)
  • The Steel Trap, 1952 (dir. Andrew L. Stone)
  • 28 Days, 2000 (dir. Betty Thomas)
  • The Presidio, 1988 (dir. Peter Hyams)
  • Bound For Glory, 1976 (dir. Hal Ashby)
  • 3 Women, 1977 (dir. Robert Altman)
  • Johnny Suede, 1991 (dir. Tom DiCillo)
  • Rounders, 1998 (dir. John Dahl)
  • Female, 1933 (dir. Michael Curtiz, William Dieterle, William A. Wellman)
  • Soapdish, 1991 (dir. Michael Hoffman)
  • I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!, 1968 (dir. Hy Averback)
  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, 1993 (dir. Rob Cohen)
  • The King’s Speech, 2010 (dir. Tom Hooper)
  • Carrie, 1976 (dir. Brian De Palma)
  • To The Wonder, 2013 (dir. Terrence Malick)
  • Something New, 2006 (dir. Sanaa Hamri)
  • Sirens, 1993 (dir. John Duigan)
  • Coal Miner’s Daughter, 1980 (dir. Michael Apted)
  • Flubber, 1997 (dir. Les Mayfield)
  • Days of Thunder, 1990 (dir. Tony Scott)
  • Walking and Talking, 1996 (dir. Nicole Holofcener)
  • The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, 1947 (dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
  • The Firm, 1993 (dir. Sydney Pollack)
  • One Day, 2011 (dir. Lone Scherfig)
  • View From The Top, 2003 (dir. Bruno Barreto)
  • Phantoms, 1998 (dir. Joe Chappelle)
  • Little Black Book, 2004 (dir. Nick Hurran)
  • Serious Moonlight, 2009 (dir. Cheryl Hines)
  • Dead Man Walking, 1995 (dir. Tim Robbins)
  • The Awakening, 2011 (dir. Nick Murphy)
  • Robot & Frank, 2012 (dir. Jake Schreier)
  • Dante’s Peak, 1997 (dir. Roger Donaldson)
  • Brokedown Palace, 1999 (dir. Jonathan Kaplan)
  • Love & Basketball, 2000 (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood)
  • The Black Cat, 1934 (dir. Edgar G. Ulmer)
  • Hammett, 1982 (dir. Wim Wenders)
  • The Hours, 2002 (dir. Stephen Daldry)
  • My Demon Lover, 1987 (dir. Charlie Loventhal)
  • Re-Animator, 1985 (dir. Stuart Gordon)
  • School Ties, 1992 (dir. Robert Mandel)
  • I Walked With A Zombie, 1943 (dir. Jacques Tourneur)
  • Sneakers, 1992 (dir. Phil Alden Robinson)
  • Black Christmas, 1974 (dir. Bob Clark)
  • The Prophecy, 1995 (dir. Gregory Widen)
  • Witchboard, 1986 (dir. Kevin Tenney)
  • Mystic Pizza, 1988 (dir. Donald Petrie)
  • Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, 2004 (dir. Beeban Kidron)
  • Sleepless in Seattle, 1993 (dir. Nora Ephron)
  • Enough Said, 2013 (dir. Nicole Holofcener)
  • Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, 2009 (dir. Lasse Hallström)
  • Kiss the Girls, 1997 (dir. Gary Fleder)
  • Beethoven, 1992 (dir. Brian Levant)
  • Along Came A Spider, 2001 (dir. Lee Tamahori)
  • Scream 2, 1997 (dir. Wes Craven)
  • Night of the Creeps, 1986 (dir. Fred Dekker)
  • The Ninth Gate, 1999 (dir. Roman Polanski)
  • My Week With Marilyn, 2011 (dir. Simon Curtis)
  • Bed of Roses,1996 (dir. Michael Goldenberg)
  • The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain, 1995 (dir. Christopher Monger)
  • The Yards, 2000 (dir. James Gray)
  • The Last Temptation of Christ, 1988 (dir. Martin Scorsese)
  • Vi är bäst! (We Are the Best! ), 2014 (dir. Lukas Moodysson)
  • Suspiria, 1977 (dir. Dario Argento)
  • Hellraiser, 1987 (dir. Clive Barker)
  • He Walked by Night, 1948 (dir. Alfred L. Werker)
  • This Woman is Dangerous, 1952 (dir. Felix E. Feist)
  • T-Men, 1947 (dir. Anthony Mann)
  • Act of Violence, 1948 (dir. Fred Zinnemann)
  • The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, 1946 (dir. Lewis Milestone)
  • The Red House, 1947 (dir. Delmer Daves)
  • This Gun for Hire,1942 (dir. Frank Tuttle)
  • The Dark Corner, 1946 (dir. Henry Hathaway)
  • Behind Locked Doors, 1948 (dir. Budd Boetticher)
  • Among the Living, 1941 (dir. Stuart Heisler)
  • Framed, 1947 (dir. Richard Wallace)
  • The Second Woman, 1950 (dir. James V. Kern)
  • Southside 1-1000, 1950 (dir. Boris Ingster)
  • His Kind of Woman, 1951 (dir. John Farrow)
  • Destination Murder, 1950 (dir. Edward L. Cahn)
  • Lust For Gold, 1949 (dir. S. Sylvan Simon)
  • Two Smart People, 1946 (dir. Jules Dassin)
  • Cause for Alarm!, 1951 (dir. Tay Garnett)
  • Woman on the Run, 1950 (dir. Norman Foster)
  • The Woman on Pier 13, 1949 (dir. Robert Stevenson)
  • While The City Sleeps, 1956 (dir. Fritz Lang)
  • I Wake Up Screaming, 1941(dir. H. Bruce Humberstone)
  • The Turning Point, 1952 (dir. William Dieterle)
  • Dark City, 1950 (dir. William Dieterle)
  • Crime Against Joe, 1956 (dir. Lee Sholem)
  • Witness to Murder, 1954 (dir. Roy Rowland)
  • Thieves’ Highway, 1949 (dir. Jules Dassin)
  • The Dark Mirror, 1946 (dir. Robert Siodmak)
  • Pitfall, 1948 (dir. André De Toth)
  • I, The Jury, 1953 (dir. Harry Essex)
  • Scoop, 2006 (dir. Woody Allen)
  • The Preacher’s Wife, 1996 (dir. Penny Marshall)
  • Reindeer Games, 2000 (dir. John Frankenheimer)
  • Evening, 2007 (dir. Lajos Koltai)
  • The Ghost and the Darkness, 1996 (dir. Stephen Hopkins)
  • La Vénus à la fourrure (Venus in Fur), 2014 (dir. Roman Polanski)
  • Flannel Pajamas, 2006 (dir. Jeff Lipsky)
  • What Women Want, 2000 (dir. Nancy Meyers)
  • Shadow of the Vampire, 2000 (dir. E. Elias Merhige)
  • Nell, 1994 (dir. Michael Apted)
  • An Ideal Husband, 1999 (dir. Oliver Parker)
  • The Wolf of Wall Street, 2013 (dir. Martin Scorsese)
  • Monkey Business, 1952 (dir. Howard Hawks)
  • Le week-end, 2014 (dir. Roger Michell)
  • Cold Mountain, 2003 (dir. Anthony Minghella)
  • Legends of the Fall, 1994 (dir. Edward Zwick)
  • Where the Wild Things Are, 2009 (dir. Spike Jonze)
  • Starstruck, 1982 (dir. Gillian Armstrong)
  • Flashdance, 1983 (dir. Adrian Lyne)
  • Romancing the Stone, 1984 (dir. Robert Zemeckis)
  • The Immigrant, 2014 (dir. James Gray)
  • The One I Love, 2014 (dir. Charlie McDowell)
  • Snowpiercer, 2014 (dir. Joon-ho Bong)
  • The Bells of St. Mary’s, 1945 (dir. Leo McCarey)
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business, 1954 (dir. Walter Lang)
  • Seven Years in Tibet, 1997 (dir. Jean-Jacques Annaud)
  • Murder with Pictures, 1936 (dir. Charles Barton)
  • Alfie, 2004 (dir. Charles Shyer)
  • The Good Earth, 1937 (dir. Sidney Franklin)
  • About Last Night, 2014 (dir. Steve Pink)
  • Obvious Child, 2014 (dir. Gillian Robespierre)
  • Mississippi Masala, 1991 (dir. Mira Nair)
  • Me and You and Everyone We Know, 2005 (dir. Miranda July)
  • I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing, 1987 (dir. Patricia Rozema)
  • Your Sister’s Sister, 2012 (dir. Lynn Shelton
  • Variety, 1983 (dir. Bette Gordon)
  • In A World… , 2013 (dir. Lake Bell)
  • Efter brylluppet (After The Wedding), 2006 (dir. Susanne Bier)
  • The Guilt Trip, 2012 (dir. Anne Fletcher)
  • The Lifeguard, 2013 (dir. Liz W. Garcia)
  • Desert Hearts, 1986 (dir. Donna Deitch)
  • Hanging Up, 2000 (dir. Diane Keaton)
  • Cristo Rey, 2013 (dir. Leticia Tonos)
  • I Will Follow, 2010 (dir. Ava DuVernay)
  • Belle, 2014 (dir. Amma Asante)
  • She-Devil, 1989 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
  • Fort Bliss, 2014 (dir. Claudia Myers)
  • Gas Food Lodging, 1992 (dir. Allison Anders)
  • Cookie, 1989 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
  • Boys Don’t Cry, 1999 (dir. Kimberly Peirce)
  • Musical Chairs, 2012 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
  • Jumpin’ Jack Flash, 1986 (dir. Penny Marshall)
  • Puccini for Beginners, 2006 (dir. Maria Maggenti)
  • Deep Impact, 1998 (dir. Mimi Leder)
  • Real Genius, 1985 (dir. Martha Coolidge)
  • The Notorious Bettie Page, 2005 (dir. Mary Harron)
  • Le goût des autres (The Taste of Others), 2000 (dir. Agnès Jaoui)
  • Viaggio sola (A Five Star Life), 2014 (dir. Maria Sole Tognazzi)
  • Whale Rider, 2002 (dir. Niki Caro)
  • Phat Girlz, 2006 (dir. Nnegest Likké)
  • Away from Her, 2006 (dir. Sarah Polley)
  • Fish Tank, 2009 (dir. Andrea Arnold)
  • Groundhog Day, 1993 (dir. Harold Ramis)
  • Frida, 2002 (dir. Julie Taymor)
  • My American Cousin, 1985 (dir. Sandy Wilson)
  • Ginger & Rosa, 2012 (dir. Sally Potter)
  • The Dish & the Spoon, 2011 (dir. Alison Bagnall)
  • Palo Alto, 2014 (dir. Gia Coppola)
  • Night Catches Us, 2010 (dir. Tanya Hamilton)
  • Kung Fu Panda 2, 2011 (dir. Jennifer Yuh)
  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, 2012 (dir. Lorene Scafaria)
  • Pariah, 2011 (dir. Dee Rees)
  • Vital Signs, 1990 (dir. Marisa Silver)
  • Now and Then, 1995 (dir. Lesli Linka Glatter)
  • Children of a Lesser God, 1986 (dir. Randa Haines)
  • Overnight, 2012 (dir. Valerie Breiman)
  • Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., 1993 (dir. Leslie Harris)
  • Nuit #1, 2011 (dir. Anne Émond)
  • Chilly Scenes of Winter, 1979 (dir. Joan Micklin Silver)
  • Frozen River, 2008 (dir. Courtney Hunt)
  • La hija natural, 2011 (dir. Leticia Tonos)
  • Black Sheep, 1996 (dir. Penelope Spheeris)
  • Impulse, 1990 (dir. Sondra Locke)
  • Daughters of the Dust, 1991 (dir. Julie Dash)
  • The Watermelon Woman, 1996 (dir. Cheryl Dunye)
  • Cairo Time, 2010 (dir. Ruba Nadda)
  • Monster, 2003 (dir. Patty Jenkins)
  • Girlfight, 2000 (dir. Karyn Kusama)
  • Beyond The Lights, 2014 (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood)
  • Lords of Dogtown, 2005 (dir. Catherine Hardwicke)
  • Mansfield Park, 1999 (dir. Patricia Rozema)
  • Carolina, 2003 (dir. Marleen Gorris)
  • Los insólitos peces gato (The Amazing Catfish), 2014 (dir. Claudia Sainte-Luce)
  • And While We Were Here, 2012 (dir. Kat Coiro)
  • The Prince & Me, 2004 (dir. Martha Coolidge)
  • Johnny Dangerously, 1984 (dir. Amy Heckerling)
  • Sunshine Cleaning, 2009 (dir. Christine Jeffs)
  • Elles, 2012 (dir. Malgorzata Szumowska)
  • And Then There Was You, 2013 (dir. Leila Djansi)
  • La Pointe-Courte, 1955 (dir. Agnès Varda)
  • Mikey and Nicky, 1976 (dir. Elaine May)
  • Last Night, 2011 (dir. Massy Tadjedin)
  • Look Who’s Talking, 1989 (dir. Amy Heckerling)
  • Camilla, 1994 (dir. Deepa Mehta)
  • Ung flukt, 1959 (dir. Edith Carlmar)
  • The Punk Singer, 2013 (dir. Sini Anderson)
  • Entre Nos, 2009 (dir. Paola Mendoza & Gloria La Morte)
  • Arcadia, 2012 (dir. Olivia Silver)
  • Me Myself I, 2000 (dir. Pip Karmel)
  • Woo, 1998 (dir. Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  • The Greatest, 2010 (dir. Shana Feste)
  • Unrelated, 2007 (dir. Joanna Hogg)
  • Wildflowers, 2000 (dir. Melissa Painter)
  • Happy End?!, 2014 (dir. Petra Clever)
  • Meek’s Cutoff, 2011 (dir. Kelly Reichardt)
  • The Iron Lady, 2011 (dir. Phyllida Lloyd)
  • The Proposal, 2009 (dir. Anne Fletcher)
  • Winter’s Bone, 2010 (dir. Debra Granik)
  • Doctor Dolittle, 1998 (dir. Betty Thomas)
  • Madeline, 1998 (dir. Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  • Jennifer’s Body, 2009 (dir. Karyn Kusama)
  • Sugar & Spice, 2001 (dir. Francine McDougall)
  • Eve’s Bayou, 1997 (dir. Kasi Lemmons)
  • It Felt Like Love, 2014 (dir. Eliza Hittman)
  • L!fe Happens, 2012 (dir. Kat Coiro)
  • Bound, 1996 (dir. Lana & Andy Wachowski)
  • Life Partners, 2014 (dir. Susanna Fogel)
  • The Runaways, 2010 (dir. Floria Sigismondi)
  • The Riot Club, 2015 (dir. Lone Scherfig)
  • Lovely & Amazing, 2002 (dir. Nicole Holofcener)
  • The Jane Austen Book Club, 2007 (dir. Robin Swicord)
  • An Angel At My Table, 1990 (dir. Jane Campion)
  • The Sisterhood of Night, 2015 (dir. Caryn Waechter)
  • Aquamarine, 2006 (dir. Elizabeth Allen)
  • Me Without You, 2001 (dir. Sandra Goldbacher)
  • Monsoon Wedding, 2001 (dir. Mira Nair)
  • Renaissance Man, 1994 (dir. Penny Marshall)
  • Caprice, 1986 (dir. Joanna Hogg)
  • Post Grad, 2009 (dir. Vicky Jenson)
  • Look Who’s Talking Too, 1990 (dir. Amy Heckerling)
  • Austenland, 2013 (dir. Jerusha Hess)
  • Ride, 2015 (dir. Helen Hunt)
  • Afternoon Delight, 2013 (dir. Jill Soloway)
  • Grdzeli nateli dgeebi (In Bloom), 2013 (dir. Nana Ekvtimishvili & Simon Groß)
  • Lemale et ha’halal (Fill The Void), 2012 (dir. Rama Burshtein)
  • Herbie: Fully Loaded, 2005 (dir. Angela Robinson)
  • The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio, 2005 (dir. Jane Anderson)
  • Things We Lost in the Fire, 2007 (dir. Susanne Bier)
  • Elle s’en va, 2014 (dir. Emmanuelle Bercot)
  • The Babadook, 2014 (dir. Jennifer Kent)
  • Things Behind the Sun, 2001 (dir. Allison Anders)
  • Slums of Beverly Hills, 1998 (dir. Tamara Jenkins)
  • Peeples, 2013 (dir. Tina Gordon Chism)
  • The Secret Life of Bees, 2008 (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood)
  • Jeg er din, 2013 (dir. Iram Haq)
  • The Pretty One, 2014 (dir. Jenée LaMarque)
  • Wuthering Heights, 2011 (dir. Andrea Arnold)
  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 1982 (dir. Amy Heckerling)
  • Laggies, 2014 (dir. Lynn Shelton)
  • Better Than Chocolate, 1999 (dir. Anne Wheeler)
  • Welcome to Me, 2015 (dir. Shira Piven)
  • Wanda, 1970 (dir. Barbara Loden)
  • Tank Girl, 1995 (dir. Rachel Talalay)
  • Archipelago, 2010 (dir. Joanna Hogg)
  • Catch and Release, 2006 (dir. Susannah Grant)
  • Tirez la langue, mademoiselle, 2013 (dir. Axelle Ropert)
  • Krylya (Wings), 1966 (dir. Larisa Shepitko)
  • Lick the Star, 1998 (dir. Sofia Coppola)
  • CB4, 1993 (dir. Tamra Davis)
  • A Girl’s Own Story, 1984 (dir. Jane Campion)
  • Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight, 2011 (dir. Eliza Hittman)
  • Hysteria, 2012 (dir. Tanya Wexler)
  • We Need to Talk About Kevin, 2011 (dir. Lynne Ramsay)
  • I Believe in Unicorns, 2015 (dir. Leah Meyerhoff)
  • Bande de filles, 2015 (dir. Céline Sciamma)
  • Sweetie, 1989 (dir. Jane Campion)
  • The To Do List, 2013 (dir. Maggie Carey)
  • Décalage Horaire (Jet Lag), 2002 (dir. Danièle Thompson)
  • Miss Meadows, 2014 (dir. Karen Leigh Hopkins)
  • Hester Street, 1975 (dir. Joan Micklin Silver)
  • The Queen of Versailles, 2012 (dir. Lauren Greenfield)
  • XXY, 2007 (dir. Lucía Puenzo)
  • Ir/Reconcilable, 2014 (dir. Gabrielle Fulton)
  • The Bigamist, 1953 (dir. Ida Lupino)
  • Advanced Style, 2014 (dir. Lina Plioplyte)
  • All Over the Guy, 2001 (dir. Julie Davis)
  • Pelo malo, 2014 (dir. Mariana Rondón)
  • Small, Beautifully Moving Parts, 2011 (dir. Annie Howell, Lisa Robinson)
  • The Night and the Moment, 1995 (dir. Anna Maria Tatò)
  • Una Hora Por Favora, 2011 (dir. Jill Soloway)
  • That’s What She Said, 2012 (dir. Carrie Preston)
  • Pay It Forward, 2000 (dir. Mimi Leder)
  • Madame Bovary, 2015 (dir. Sophie Barthes)
  • The Prince of Tides, 1991 (dir. Barbra Streisand)
  • Miele, 2014 (dir. Valeria Golino)
  • What Happened, Miss Simone?, 2015 (dir. Liz Garbus)

anonymous asked:

Leslie Linka Glatter talked with Gold Derby. Video is on youtube.

Thanks for the heads-up!

Lesli Linka Glatter chats about the ‘absolutely thrilling’ challenge of reinventing the show each season with Gold Derby’s Riley Chow.

Riley Chow: “Speaking of reinvention going into next season, spoiler alert, you are not going to have Rupert Friend with you, I’m wondering how did you differentiate you know losing the male romantically this time versus when you did it last time with Damian Lewis?”

Lesli: “Yeah, I would say that’s probably a question that I would ask Alex Gansa and the writers about. But you know, they are such totally different characters. […] And Rupert has been, Quinn, what an incredible actor and what an iconic character. I feel like I hate to kill the actors and the characters that I loved the most. It’s horrible. But you know, they are so similar. Carrie and Quinn are so similar. I would say that they are the two people that understand each other the most and yet, in some way, you can’t be with that person. It’s too close. But there’s no one else in each other’s life quite like they are to each other and I think, with what happened again with Quinn at the end of season five, where he is never going to be the same man again. He will never be fully functional. And he says very clearly in the penultimate episode, episode 11, that “Why did you let me live?”, and “Please let me go.” I think that he made the ultimate sacrifice which was to sacrifice himself to put himself in that horrible position to have to act. And he is a man and has been a man of action and sacrificed himself to save both Carrie and the president. And that it was bigger than just the president, he did the ultimate that a person can do. So to me to see him go in that kind of way, that was a very heroic departure.”