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TWE TOP 10: Director’s Diary: ‘Run Mama Run’ Filmmaker Daniele Anastasion Reflects on Women Directors

Daniele Anastasion, Director/filmmaker of "Run Mama Run," the first film created for the espnW Film Fellowship | Photo: Daniele Anastasion

Director’s Diary: ‘Run Mama Run’ Filmmaker Daniele Anastasion Reflects on Women Directors: Daniele Anastasion–espn.go.com/espnw–5/13/16–Photo: http://www.anastasionfilm.com/

TWE Podcasts: November 2,3 2013

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Executive Producer Janet Tamaro is the creator and writer of Rizzoli & Isles, the successful TNT series about two women, a cop and a medical examiner.

Janet Tamaro, Executive Producer and creator/writer for TNT's Rizzoli & Isles

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Click to Listen to TWE Radio Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman on Dream with Me, their documentary film about spending a year in Los Angeles public schools and why kids were dropping out of high school in record numbers.

Documentary filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman of "Dream with Me"

Henri Hebert &
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On TWE Radio: Nov. 1,2 2013

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Executive Producer Janet Tamaro is the creator and writer of TNT’s hit series Rizzoli & Isles

Documentarians Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman, whose film Dream with Me attempts to find out why 1.2 million high school kids drop out of our public school system every year.

 

Janet Tamaro, Executive Producer and creator/writer for TNT's Rizzoli & Isles

Janet Tamaro

Documentary filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman of "Dream with Me"

Henri Hebert & Kimberly Goodman

 

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Coming to TWE: Holly Gordon, Executive Producer of ‘Girl Rising’

TWE will be interviewing Holly this month about the groundbreaking film, Girl Rising, and the impact of the International Day of the Girl.

Girl Rising “is a film, a movement and now…the future”
~Girl Rising

TWE Podcasts: Oct. 5,6 2013

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Executive Producer Janet Tamaro  is the creator and writer of Rizzoli & Isles, the successful TNT series about two women, a cop and a medical examiner.

Janet Tamaro, Executive Producer and creator/writer for TNT's Rizzoli & Isles

Janet Tamaro

 

Click to Listen to TWE Radio Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman on Dream with Me, their documentary film about spending a year in Los Angeles public schools and why kids were dropping out of high school in record numbers.

Documentary filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman of "Dream with Me"

Henri Hebert &
Kimberly Goodman

 

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Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman on ‘Dream With Me’ Documentary About a Failing Public School System

October 6, 2013

Documentary filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman of "Dream with Me"

Henri Hebert &
Kimberly Goodman

 

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When documentarian filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman found out that kids were dropping out of high school in record numbers, they put aside their reality television jobs to spend a year in Los Angeles schools to find out what the issues were. They wanted to tell a story in Dream with Me that could cause change. They share what needs to be done to improve the drop out rate.

 

 

On TWE Radio: Oct. 5,6 2013

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Join us for our New Episode of the Women’s Eye Radio as host Stacey Gualandi talks with:

Executive Producer Janet Tamaro is the creator and writer of TNT’s hit series Rizzoli & Isles

Documentarians Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman, whose film Dream with Me attempts to find out why 1.2 million high school kids drop out of our public school system every year.

 

Janet Tamaro, Executive Producer and creator/writer for TNT's Rizzoli & Isles

Janet Tamaro

Documentary filmmakers Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman of "Dream with Me"

Henri Hebert & Kimberly Goodman

 

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Filmmakers Expose The Failures Of Public Schools In Documentary

Documentarians Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman for "Dream With Me"

Documentarians Henri Hebert and Kimberly Goodman

By Stacey Gualandi/August 13, 2013
TWITTER: @dreamwithmefilm

Henri Hebert (@henrihebert) first began her career as an intern and assistant to Pam Burke, the founder of The Women’s Eye. Cut to two decades later and she is now a full-fledged documentary filmmaker. And she’s not shying away from the tough subjects.

We wanted to answer the question: Why do 1.2 million high school kids drop out of our public school system every year? We walked away from our producing careers so we could film an entire year…”  Henri Hebert

When I first met Henri Hebert, she and her producing partner Kimberly Goodman were working on their fifth documentary short film, Dream With Me. This labor of love explores America’s public educational system. But the story behind the making of the film shows the not-so-glamorous world of independent producing.

Henri candidly revealed to me how the process took its toil financially; how it almost ended a friendship; and whetherin the end—the journey was worth all the heartache…  [Read more…]