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HAPPY HALLOWEEN & SPOOKY MOVIE MONTH!! 

Tonight's Movie: THE LOVE WITCH, written and directed by Anna Biller. 

8:30 PM. My Apartment. 
Anna Biller (Flagging Credit: Kelly Logan)

Anna’s 35mm cult feature VIVA and her 16mm art-film shorts have screened at major film festivals and art spaces around the world, and her work has been written about in academic journals. She is known for her use of classic and outdated film genres to talk about female roles within culture, coding feminist ideas within cinematic aesthetics and visual pleasure. She creates all of her own costumes and set designs, making many or the props and paintings as well as composing and scoring for her films. She has a BA in art from UCLA, and an MFA in art and film from CalArts. She continues to work on film because of her interest in emulating the look and feel of classic cinema, and her latest film, THE LOVE WITCH, was made using only traditional film processes. THE LOVE WITCH centers on a modern-day witch who uses spells and magic to get men to fall in love with her, in a tribute to 1960s Technicolor thrillers. This movie is 95% on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Watch THE LOVE WITCH trailer here!

Looking for more horror films directed by women? Check out Refinery29's list here!
BADASS SHORT FORM FILMMAKER OF THE WEEK:
Huluween Film Fest: For the second year, Hulu is releasing seven new horror shorts from up-and-coming indie filmmakers exclusively on its site. Collaboratively curated with the Sundance Institute, the short films include new work from Jennifer Reeder, Calvin Reeder, Chelsea Lupkin, Joshua Erkman, Meredith Alloway, Elaine Mongeon, and Nicole Perlman. The filmmaker with the highest level of engagement on Hulu and Hulu’s YouTube channel will win $50,000 towards production of their feature length film. The film with the most views on YouTube and Hulu through October 30th wins! Here are the female submissions! Each watch counts as a vote so check them out! 

'Flagged,' directed by Chelsea Lupkin

'Ride, directed by Meredith Alloway

'Swiped to Death, directed by Elaine Mongeon

'The Dunes,' directed by Jennifer Reeder

'Undo,' directed by Nicole Perlman

Read more about it here!
Francisca Alegría (Flagging Credit: Gaby McCormick)
Francisca is a Chilean filmmaker known for her acclaimed short 'The Whole Sky Fit in the Dead Cow’s Eye.' The short went on to be the winner of the best international fiction short award at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017. Alegria is in the development stage on two features. One is based on her acclaimed short and Alec Baldwin signed on, marking his company's first Latin American project. “Francisca Alegria is creating a unique and engaging story set in a world of magical realism and stunning art. We are excited to join her in this process,” said Baldwin. He added: “Her filmmaking style is original and powerful­­­­­­ and she certainly has a dynamic and promising career ahead.” She is also working on a feature with Margot Robbie & LuckyChap producing.
 
Watch 'The Whole Sky Fit in the Dead Cow’s Eye' here (pw: eye)!
New & Noteworthy:
Disney: Sorry Ladies, Your Pay Equity Class Action Suit Can’t Be A Class Action Because Figuring Out The Math Would Be Hard. "Ten women across the Walt Disney Company claim that the Bob Iger-run media giant doesn’t pay women fairly and are challenging the House of Mouse in court in a proposed class action first launched this spring...“Disney is essentially arguing that it is too big to be held accountable. But no company should be permitted to evade equal pay laws just because it is large.”...Facing what could be hundreds of millions of dollars in pay adjustments and past compensation if the class action is allowed to continue and gearing up for a brave new streaming future, family focused Disney obviously don’t want to be having to do that. This battle comes in an environment when many media companies and others are committing themselves to California’s Equal Pay Pledge – which Disney has not yet inked for its over 60,000 stateside employees. As it is, women overall in American earn about 80% of what men do, at best." Read the full article here!
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