Gamechanger Films to Fund Women Directed Films | Women & Hollywood

By Melissa Silverstein and Kerensa Cadenas | Women and Hollywood | September 27, 2013 at 2:00PM A new movie fund, Gamechanger Films, is set to fund women directed films only. It’s the first fund to specifically focus on women directors. Organizers of the fund have said that the idea for it grew out of the many 

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Gamechanger Films, Supporting Women Narrative Directors, Launches Today | Filmmaker Magazine

by Scott Macaulay Gamechanger Films, a new for-profit film fund exclusively targeting narrative feature-length films directed by women, was announced today. The New York-based company was founded by Julie Parker Benello (Afternoon Delight, Pariah, Brooklyn Castle), Dan Cogan (Hell and Back Again, How to Survive a Plague, The Queen of Versailles), Geralyn Dreyfous (Born Into Brothels, The Invisible War, The Square) and 

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New movie fund Gamechanger Films is formed to back women directors | Los Angeles Times

By STEVEN ZEITCHIK NEW YORK — Can money solve a Hollywood gender imbalance? That’s the question posed by a new film fund that aims to boost the number of female directors. The fund, called Gamechanger Films, will exclusively finance movies directed by women, The Times has learned. According to an announcement scheduled for Friday, Gamechanger aims 

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Press Release: Gamechanger Films Launches to Exclusively Finance Women-Directed Feature Films

“Gamechanger Films” Launches to Exclusively Finance Women-Directed Feature Films Mynette Louie Tapped as President, Founders include Julie Parker Benello, Dan Cogan, Geralyn Dreyfous and Wendy Ettinger Media Contact: Julia Pacetti, JMP Verdant, julia@jmpverdant.com, (917) 584– 7846 September 27, 2013, New York, NY – Gamechanger Films, a new company founded by Julie Parker Benello (Afternoon Delight, 

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