Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Here's How These Two Female Filmmakers Made Their First Features

At first glance, "Frame by Frame," a documentary about Afghanistan's photojournalists, and "Happy 40th," a narrative drama about a middle-aged wheelchair-bound woman hosting a birthday weekend with friends, have little in common. But, in fact, they have at least a couple of things in common: They were both first features by female directors. At a recent BendFilm Festival (BFF) panel about first-time filmmaking, the films' directors, Alexandria Bombach and Madoke Reine, respectively, were on hand to discuss how they made their first features. READ MORE: Watch: See Afghanistan Through a Bold New Lens in Exclusive "Frame by Frame" Trailer Bombach, who...

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