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Nadia Jordan’s ‘For the Love of George’ wins at CCFF

On a whim, Poppy hops a flight to L.A. from England in search of her perfect man—George Clooney.

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Petra Volpe talks ‘Divine’ feminism

Writer/director Volpe goes more into detail about the film, its symbolism and why she considers herself a feminist.

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‘No Dresscode Required’ director on struggle for marriage rights

When Christina Herrera Borquez decided to document one of these landmark struggles for the right to marriage, she thought the struggle would take place over a few months.

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‘The Light of the Moon’ shows long-term impact of rape

The film depicts the brutal rape of Bonnie (Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Stephanie Beatriz) and the devastating aftermath.

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Women-directed docs make up 40 percent of NYC festival

The 8th annual festival runs until November 16 and includes 111 feature-length documentaries (out of more than 250 films and events overall).

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‘Intent to Destroy’ is rebuilding the Armenian people

Even today, the genocide of 1915 is widely unacknowledged, but INTENT TO DESTROY director Joe Berlinger is determined to change that, one movie-goer at a time.

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