by Casey Gillis.
Randolph College’s 2012 Driver Film Festival is focusing on female filmmakers this year.
“Women Behind the Lens,” set for this weekend, will feature talks and screenings with directors Tracey Deer, an up-and-coming Canadian filmmaker, and Robin Honan, who produced the Oscar-winning documentary “Freeheld.”
“The idea [for the festival] is to bring in people who are working in the field in different capacities to … meet with students,” says communications professor Jennifer Gauthier. “To give them a sense of what it’s like to be in the film industry and show lots of different kinds of work.”
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