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P&G Presents: 8:46 Films

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8:46 Is the Time It Took to Take a Black Man’s Life. It’s Time to Reclaim This Number and Take the Time Back. To Turn Pain into Progress. 8:46 Is the Time We Will Take to Tell a Better Story, Reclaim Our Joy, And Reimagine Our Stories, 8 Minutes and 46 Seconds at a Time.

Tribeca Film Festival, SATURDAY MORNING, and P&G have joined forces to produce, finance, and promote films that are 8 minutes and 46 seconds in length in the hopes of turning a time associated with hate into a genuine reason for hope.


P&G’s Push for Diverse Voices Doubles as Brand Building

By Paul Hiebert

'People want to see authentic stories'


'People want to see authentic stories'

Fox Showrunners Talk Women in TV at Tribeca Film Festival: Flawed Female Characters, Getting Their Voices Heard and More


21CF showrunners Liz Meriwether ("New Girl"), Nahnatchka Khan ("Fresh Off the Boat"), and Julie Klausner (Hulu's "Difficult People") discussed the challenges and opportunities facing women in the television industry during the Tribeca Film Festival's #DaringWomenSummit. The April 20th session spanned a range of subjects, such as the lack of female directors in Hollywood, the progress women have made in recent years, and the work that still needs to be done.

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