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NYC Film Office Launches Effort To Boost Women Filmmakers

The New York City film office has launched what it's calling a "groundbreaking series of initiatives targeting the under-representation of women in film and television." The film office said that this is the "first time ever" that a municipal agency has launched such a program. Part of the program, however, asks women writers to work for free. The five-part program includes a $5 million fu
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