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FF2 is Celebrating a Year of “Women Talking” with Sarah Polley!

On this day last year Sarah Polley’s film Women Talking debuted at Telluride Film Festival. After taking the world by storm this past year, this anniversary is the perfect reason to celebrate the genius behind the film, Sarah Polley.

The film went on to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay at this year’s Academy Award ceremony.read more.

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Isabel Coixet’s Films Capture a Wide Range of Subjects Deeply

Five years ago today, The Bookshop (or La Librería) was released in theaters. A visually stunning and perfectly-acted historical drama, this film was written and directed by Isabel Coixet, who we will be celebrating today. 

Isabel Coixet is a Spanish filmmaker whose work has reached great success both in Spain and in the USA.read more.

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Academy Award Nominee Sarah Polley: Acclaim for ‘Women Talking’

Women Talking, a film written and directed by Sarah Polley, was just nominated for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2023 Academy Awards. The film is receiving much-deserved attention for the incredible story it tells. Of course, it was all made possible by Sarah Polley. 

Sarah Polley is well known for her directing projects, but her success began years before that.read more.

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Tracking the Women Nominated for 2023 Golden Globe Awards

The nominations for the 2023 Golden Globe Awards were announced on December 12, 2022.

Alas, no female directors were nominated this year for Best Director, and none of the Best Picture nominees were directed by women. Notable snubs for Best Director include Sarah Polley for Women Talking and Gina Prince-Bythewood for The Woman King.… read more.

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Tracking the 2023 Independent Spirit Awards

Nominees for the 2023 Independent Spirit Awards were announced on November 22, 2022. Of all nominated writers and directors, 61% are women and 34% are BIPOC!

Writer and director Sarah Polley is nominated three times for her film Women Talking in the Best Feature, Best Director, and Best Screenplay categories.… read more.

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