Buzz About AWFJ’s Top 100 Films List

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AWFJ’s Top 100 Films, intended to stimulate discussion about films made by and about women, and reflecting women’s perspectives, has thus far received a wide range of coverage in 143 major and diverse print and online media outlets, including:

  • USA Today
  • Editor and Publisher
  • Movie City News
  • Variety
  • The Reeler
  • Dave Kehr
  • Premiere.com
  • New York Press
  • Filmmaker Magazine
  • Atlanta Journal and Constitution
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Huffington Post
  • Cinematical
  • National Organization of Women
  • The Chutry Experiment
  • Spout.com
  • Access Atlanta
  • More Movies and More
  • C Works
  • Screenhead
  • Also Like Life
  • Sugar Buzz
  • AFI
  • Mad About Movies
  • PopPolitics.com
  • Variety (Round Two)
  • The Reeler (Round Two)
  • Facets MultiMedia
  • Big Picture Radio
  • Librarianne
  • The Listening Ear
  • The Horror Blog
  • Libertas
  • Hoopla
  • Coffee Coffee and More Coffee
  • No Control
  • Nahn Life
  • Blog Her
  • Movie Patron
  • For the Love of Film
  • RSS Micro
  • Her Daily News
  • Women’s ENews
  • Live Journal
  • Herald Review
  • The Women’s Dish
  • Film Ick
  • Shooting Down Pictures
  • Celebrity Gossip
  • New Critics
  • LA Observed
  • ProBlog
  • Las Horas Perdidas
  • MediaInfo.com
  • For the Love of Film
  • GreenCineDaily
  • Lists of Lists
  • Sphere.com
  • Her Daily News
  • dvdbiblog
  • Olha so
  • Comments about AWJF’s Top 100 Films include a rich range of praise and criticisim, and a lot of discussion about films that are on it and others that might have been included. All comments are welcome and encouraged– the point is that people are thinking and talking about women and filmmaking, about women and film criticism.

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    • http://www.poppolitics.com Bernie

      A great list. Thanks for putting the AFI to shame and for revealing the film establishment as the old boys network that it is.