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Wednesday, 16 March 2016 01:27

Marina Rice Bader’s "Ava's Impossible Things" Announced As Vimeo’s First 2016 “Share The Screen” Filmmaker Investment

Written by  Mona Elyafi

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"Share the Screen", launched at Sundance, is Vimeo’s new initiative they hope will help close the gender gap that is so pervasive in the entertainment industry. Vimeo intends to foster equality by investing in female-led programming, educational workshops, meet-ups, interviews, and more that spotlight and support female voices in the Vimeo community.

On March 8, Vimeo announced the acquisition of "Ava’s Impossible Things", from writer/director Marina Rice Bader as part of its "Share the Screen" investment in emerging female filmmakers.

"I love Vimeo’s ‘Everyone is welcome, come be part of our vibrant community, create your vision and share it with the world’ mentality", says Bader, who’s "Anatomy of a Love Seen" was released on Vimeo the day after it’s world premiere at Outfest in 2014.

         Bader is the CEO and Founder of Soul Kiss Films, an independent company dedicated to producing evocative, entertaining, and compelling movies by women, for women and about women. "Ava’s Impossible Things" is the fifth project from SKF, following "Elena Undone" (2010), "A Perfect Ending" (2012), "Anatomy of a Love Seen" (2014) and "Raven’s Touch" (2015).


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