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30 NOV– 4 DEC 2016 CELEBRATING THE RAW CINEMATIC TALENTS OF WOMEN


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Programme Partners


WELCOME

Welcome to the seventh edition of Underwire Festival, our biggest, boldest and most badass edition yet! What began as a small gathering of friendly filmmakers has now grown into a BAFTA recognised five day festival, filled to the brim with incredible shorts made by supremely talented women working across the crafts, the most exciting British feature film debuts and special events to celebrate women making movies. Underwire continues to celebrate and spotlight the most exciting female talent working in film, and we are very excited to continue growing our feature strand, focused on first-time women directors. Our training weekender, Wired Women, looks at the crafts behind filmmaking, demystifying skills and providing insight into new opportunities on the horizon. This year also marks our partnership with New York-based Athena Film Festival, celebrating women and leadership. A huge thank you to everyone who makes Underwire possible, from the team to our partners to the epic volunteers. This is just the beginning. Anna Bogutskaya Festival Producer & Programme Director

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SHORTS ALL OF THE UNDERWIRE SHORTS ARE NOMINATED IN AT LEAST ONE AWARDS CATEGORY. FOR FULL LISTS OF AWARD NOMINATIONS, SEE PAGE 12.

Girls to the Front 30 Nov Genesis Cinema 18:30 Strong female characters are not enough. We want weird ones, insecure ones, transgressive and angry ones. Rule-breakers, creators, pioneers. Old, young, black, white, straight, gay. In this glorious collection of films, Woman breaks out of the boxes, tears off the labels, and is celebrated in all her wild complexity! RT 87MINS THIS EVENT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY DRINKS IN BAR PARAGON

Nat Luurtsema

XX

Oh-Be-Joyful

Susan Jacobson

XX

The Long Haul

Chloe White

XX & CINEMATOGRAPHER

Silent Laughs

Natalia Kouneli

XX

P.E. (Physical Embarassment)

Rosa Fisher

DIRECTOR

No Place Like Home

Cat Bruce

DIRECTOR

Barbara Walker

Kate Priestman

CINEMATOGRAPHER

Gracie

Angela Wynter

ACTOR

Incredible Machines

Sara Deane Clementine Keith-Roach

CINEMATOGRAPHER PRODUCTION DESIGNER

G-AAAH

Elizabeth Hobbs

ANIMATOR

STILL FROM FAN GIRL

Wyrdoes

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Men by Women 1 Dec Barbican 19:00 Masculinity is laid bare in this selection of films by women directors. Athletes, bullies, idols, has-beens, sons, fathers, brothers, widowers… A different take on the female gaze that aims to unpack men onscreen. RT 80MINS

Fan Girl

Kate Herron

DIRECTOR

Husky

Yasmin Afifi

UNDER 25

A Man Called Dad

Cherish Oteka

UNDER 25

Fire

Carla MacKinnon & Barbara Healy

PRODUCER

Some Will Forget

Claire Levy

PRODUCER

Diane

Sally Mumby-Croft

PRODUCER

Ergo

Anneka Saunders

CINEMATOGRAPHER

Hysterical 1 Dec Prince Charles Cinema 20:45 Shocking, out-there, darkly comic, beautifully awkward (and with a slightly unnerving penchant for dogs), in this side-splitting selection of shorts, women take centre stage - and they own it. RT 90MINS

The Girl in the Dress

Natalie Malla

WRITER

Being Nice

Leah Revivo Penelope Torday

DIRECTOR

The Swing of It

Violet Myers

WRITER

Who Are You?

Fiona O’Shaughnessy

ACTOR

Blind Date

Lydia Rose Bewley

ACTOR

Shock of The Muse

Julie Murphy

COMPOSER

The Wrong End of The Stick

Terri Matthews

ANIMATOR

PRODUCER

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The Internet Was Made For Women 1 Dec Hackney Picturehouse 21:00 THE SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A DISCUSSION WITH THE FILMMAKERS BEHIND THE SERIES RT 100MINS

Why wait for your career to start? Instead of embarking on the painstaking process of charming mainstream commissioners, these filmmakers determined to get straight on with making the shows they wanted to watch. Now with successful web series up and running, they’ll share how they did it, and how to get the money-people to come to you. Sorta Kinda Maybe Yeah DIR Charlotte Lowdell, Laura Kirwan-Ashman and Aya Arden-Clarke The Grind

DIR Nosa Eke

STILL FROM THE GRIND

Welcome to the Industry DIR Alicia Krawchuk and Daisy Long

Athena Film Festival Presents 2 Dec Hackney Attic 19:00 Join Women & Hollywood founder/publisher Melissa Silverstein and The Times Chief Film Critic Kate Muir for a discussion on the landscape of women in film in the UK and US, followed by drinks. This is a FREE event.

2 Dec Hackney Picturehouse 21:00 For the first time, we partner with a fellow film festival to bring you the most interesting shorts made by women from across the pond. Athena Film Festival has been hosting film screenings, workshops, panels and events celebrating women in leadership since 2011. To celebrate, they have curated a programme of outstanding short films that challenge the status quo and spotlight female leadership. Co-founder and Artistic Director of the festival, Melissa Silverstein, will introduce the screening. 6


Stranger Things 2 Dec Prince Charles Cinema 20:30 You know that feeling after watching a scary film when everything looks, sounds andfeels different? The familiar becomes uncanny in these shorts. Disturbing twists in small packages that will stick with you for days. RT 91MINS

Away From Me

Francesca Fowler

ACTOR

I Should Have Run

Gabriela Staniszewska

EDITOR

True Value

Jessica Jones

COMPOSER

The Trip

Madeline Dymond

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

The Interpreter

Noriko Okaku

ANIMATOR

Steer

Becki Pantling

EDITOR

You Know That Feeling

Emily Llewelyn

UNDER 25

Jake The Magnificent

Catherine Bushell

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Prologue: The Lizard of Unmarriedness (It’s All About How You Tell It)

Phoebe Boswell

SOUND DESIGNER

cerberus_94

Pippa Young

UNDER 25

In Every Home A Heartache 2 Dec ArtHouse Crouch End 18:30 Dynamic and powerful accounts of place, celebrating settings from the perspective of the flaneuse, the local resident, the tourist, as well as the powerful emotions produced by memory. See films exhibiting fears about the destruction of natural landscapes, people drawn to reach the most extreme destinations, and places that feed from a mythical glory, later destroying their inhabitants. RT 77MINS

Sleepless

Ellie Land

ANIMATOR

Platform 1

Jessica Bishopp

XX

My Deadly Beautiful City

Victoria Fiore

PRODUCER

Outside

Jackie Teboul

CINEMATOGRAPHER

Perfection is Forever

Jojo Erholtz

EDITOR

Girl

Megan K. Fox

XX

Lost Youth

Rina Yang

CINEMATOGRAPHER

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Women in Motion 3 Dec Genesis Cinema 11:30 From biological travels to energetic dance-pieces, these innovative shorts feature women in action. Finding inspiration in the corporeal, as well as in the decisions women are compelled to take, many of them engage with historical fears of active women and girls. RT 72 MINS

Branches of Life

Katerina Athanasopoulou

ANIMATOR

Pollen

Die Hexen

SOUND DESIGNER

The Wake

Oonagh Kearney Maiken Háberg Hansen Barbara Knezevic Tara Lewis

DIRECTOR

Women’s Christmas Night

Oonagh Kearney

PRODUCER

Maze

Eve McConnachie

CINEMATOGRAPHER

SOUND DESIGNER PRODUCTION DESIGNER

EDITOR

breathe

Lindsay Brown

CINEMATOGRAPHER

To The Ends of The Fingertips

Roswitha Chesher

SOUND DESIGNER

Mimbre’s World

Loren Elstein

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Thy Name is Woman

Suvi-Eeva Äikäs

COMPOSER

Love-in-Idleness

Kim Noce

ANIMATOR

Mommie Dearest 3 Dec Genesis Cinema 14:00 Exploring the biggest female narrative freely and honestly, these films interrogate women’s relationship to what’s considered our raison d’être. Earnest, brilliant shorts that explore the notion of motherhood, commitment and responsibility, as well as the effects of mothers on their children. RT 83MINS

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Pregnant Pause

Alice Seabright

ACTOR

Baby

Anna Bertmark

SOUND DESIGNER

Little Soldier

Stella Corradi

WRITER

Small Steps

Bryony Afferson

ACTOR

Where We Are Now

Aline Belfort

UNDER 25

Kathryn’s 2008

Dora Schluttenhofer Lees Evie Schluttenhofer Lees

UNDER 25

Pause

Niamh Heery

SOUND DESIGNER

Marina and Adrienne

Loran Dunn

PRODUCER


Mean Girls 3 Dec Genesis Cinema 16:00 Passion and excitement seen in the turbulent time of girlhood, when bold curiosity takes charge. Those early encounters can define us. The power of girl gangs, the pressures of becoming a grown up and the thrill of the early peeks at the adult world are explored in these powerful shorts. RT 96MINS

Little Doll

Kate Dolan Ciara Gallagher

XX & DIRECTOR

Rainbow Party

Eva Sigurdardottir

DIRECTOR & WRITER

Testimony

Kamila Dydyna

DIRECTOR

Borders

Elizabeth Mizon

WRITER

Safiyah Flies Across The Ocean

Caroline Landry

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Kim

Hannah Renton

UNDER 25

Noodles

Claire Fowler

WRITER

We Love Moses

Anna Dick

EDITOR

ACTOR

Lonely Two-Legged Creatures 3 Dec Genesis Cinema 18:00 Film’s visual power means it can convey emotions that defy words. Transforming the invisible feelings ordinarily locked inside us into images and characters, these films poetically depict the torrent of experiences evoked by isolation. Moving and inspiring this programme demonstrates with humour, tenderness and unsettling accuracy, that even in our loneliness, we are not alone. RT 90MINS

Twiddly Things

Adara Todd

ANIMATOR

Daydream

Aniko Kuikka

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Dawn

Justine Barker

COMPOSER

Session 1

Ida Melum

ANIMATOR

A Love Story

Anushka Kishani Naanayakkara

ANIMATOR

Terminally Happy

Adina Istrate

ANIMATOR

January Hymn

Katherine Canty Kate McCullough

DIRECTOR & EDITOR

Rachael Olga Lloyd Morgan Muse

ANIMATOR

Set Adrift

Jessica Barrell

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Dust & Resin

Antonia Lowe

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Last Moment*

Avril Furness

DIRECTOR

Iktsuarpok

CINEMATOGRAPHER

SOUND DESIGNER

*This film will be presented in VR

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Underwire Award Winners 4 Dec BFI Southbank 11:00 and 13:00 Catch up with all of this year’s Underwire winners with a double bill of short film goodness screened at the heart of British cinema the BFI Southbank and join the winning filmmakers of the festival for a brunch between screenings.

Debuts + Discussion 4 Dec Genesis Cinema 16:00

STILL FROM WASP

A director’s vision is a much lauded and hard to define attribute – constantly referred to in reviews and interviews without specifying exactly what it is! Every iconic filmmaker takes a sprawling journey to realise each story, and as we enter their film worlds they invite us to share their perspectives. As we look back on the early short films of celebrated British filmmakers Andrea Arnold, debbie tucker green, Carol Morley, Destiny Ekharaga and Lynne Ramsay, we trace the evolution of their storytelling styles. They have made rules, broken them and created films that alter audiences’ understanding of what is possible on film.

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AWARDS

Underwire is the only film festival presenting prizes across the crafts in short film. Each of our award partners shares our aim to help nurture female talent and we are proud to offer generous mentoring, training and development opportunities as prizes.

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Actor Sponsored by Spotlight NOMINEES Alexandra Roach Angela Wynter Bryony Afferson Ciara Gallagher Fiona O’Shaughnessy Francesca Fowler Lydia Rose Bewley Verity Henry

Director Sponsored by Directors UK NOMINEES Adina Istrate Avril Furness Claire Fowler Eva Sigurdardottir Kamila Dydyna Kate Dolan Kate Herron Katherine Canty Leah Revivo

Screenwriter Sponsored by Euroscript NOMINEES Claire Fowler Elizabeth Mizon Eva Sigurdardottir Jojo Erholtz Natalie Malla Stella Corradi Violet Myers


Animator Sponsored by Blue Zoo NOMINEES Adara Todd Anushka Kishani Naanayakkara Cat Bruce Elizabeth Hobbs Ellie Land Ida Melum Katerina Athanasopoulou Kim Noce Noriko Okaku Rachael Olga Lloyd Terri Matthews

Cinematographer Sponsored by Greenkit NOMINEES Anneka Saunders Chloe White Eve McConnachie Jackie Teboul Kate McCullough Kate Priestman Lindsay Brown Rina Yang Sara Deane

Composer Sponsored by Musicians’ Union NOMINEES Jessica Jones Julie Murphy Justine Barker Suvi-Eeva Äikäs

Editor

Producer

Sponsored by Molinaire Hoxton

Sponsored by Women in Film & TV UK

NOMINEES Anna Dick Becki Pantling Elizabeth Mizon Eve McConnachie Gabriela Staniszewska Jojo Erholtz Katherine Canty Sally Mumby-Croft

NOMINEES Carla MacKinnon & Barbara Healy Claire Levy Loran Dunn Oonagh Kearney Penelope Torday Selena Cunningham Victoria Fiore

Sound Designer

Under 25

XX Award

Sponsored by BFI Future Film

Sponsored by BFI NET.WORK

NOMINEES Aline Belfort Cherish Oteka Dora Schluttenhofer Emily Llewelyn Hannah Renton Jessica Bishopp Megan K. Fox Pippa Young Yasmin Afifi

NOMINEES Little Doll Long Haul No place like home Oh-Be-Joyful P.E. (Physical Embarassment) Silent Laughs Wyrdoes

Sponsored by Sound Disposition NOMINEES Anna Bertmark Die Hexen Maiken Háberg Hansen Morgan Muse Niamh Heery Phoebe Boswell Roswitha Chesher

Production Designer Sponsored by Farley Prop Hire NOMINEES Aniko Kuikka Antonia Lowe Barbara Knezevic & Tara Lewis Caroline Landry Catherine Bushell Clementine Keith-Roach Jessica Barrell Loren Elstein Madeleine Morlet Madeline Dymond

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FEATURES My Feral Heart

+ Q&A with director Jane Gull 1 Dec ArtHouse Crouch End 20:30 DIRECTOR JANE GULL SCREENWRITER DUNCAN PAVELING PRODUCER JAMES RUMSEY DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY SUSANNE SALAVATI WITH STEVEN BRANDON, SHANA SWASH, WILL RASTALL, PIXIE LE KNOT UK 2015 83MIN

After the sudden passing of his mother, Luke (Steven Brandon), a determined young man with Down’s Syndrome, is thrown into a statefunded home and stripped of his independence. Initially withdrawing from his new surroundings and its residents, he finds an unexpected ally in outgoing staff member Eve (Shana Swash) who slowly breaks down his resistance to change. With a standout performance from lead Steven Brandon and a strong supporting cast, My Feral Heart is a beautifully realised debut by Underwire alumni, director Jane Gull and cinematographer Susanne Salavati.

The Levelling + Q&A with writer/director Hope Dickson Leach and producer Rachel Robey 2 Dec Genesis Cinema 18:45 DIRECTOR/SCREENWRITER HOPE DICKSON LEACH PRODUCER RACHEL ROBEY CO PRODUCER ANNA GRIFFIN WITH ELLIE KENDRICK, DAVID TROUGHTON, JACK HOLDEN UK 2016 83MIN COURTESY OF PECCADILLO PICTURES

Clover (Ellie Kendrick), a veterinary student, is called back to her family’s farm after her beloved brother dies. There she must confront her fractured relationship with her father (David Troughton) who is struggling to keep the family business afloat. Framed against the backdrop of a Somerset farm, Hope Dickson Leach’s debut is an exquisitely layered script that delves deep into fraught family relationships, signalling an exciting new voice in British film. 14


Light Years

STILL FROM MY FERAL HEART

STILL FROM THE LEVELLING

S + Q&A with writer/director Esther May Campbell 3 Dec Barbican 14:15 DIRECTOR/SCREENWRITER ESTHER MAY CAMPBELL PRODUCER SAMM HAILLAY, WENDY BEVAN-MOGG, DUANE HOPKINS WITH SOPHIE BURTON, JAMES STUCKEY, ZAMIRA FULLER, BETH ORTON, MUHAMMET UZUNER UK 2015 89MIN

A portrait of a family slowly falling apart marked by the absence of the mother (Beth Orton) who is plagued by a mysterious illness that is ravishing her mentally and physically. Her three children, teen Ramona (Sophie Burton), Ewan (James Stuckey) and young Rose (Zamira Fuller) set out to find her and in the process regain their connection to themselves and their father. Making her feature length debut after many acclaimed short films, BAFTAwinner Esther May Campbell’s film is one of arresting beauty and delicate, heart-breaking depth that makes for a stunning big screen experience.

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STILL FROM THE INCIDENT

Seven Songs for a Long Life + Q&A with director Amy Hardie 3 Dec ArtHouse Crouch End 17:30 DIRECTOR/SCREENWRITER AMY HARDIE PRODUCER SONJA HENRICI WITH DORENE ASHER, JIM BROWN, NICOLA MCINALLY UK 2016 83MIN

Amy Hardie’s moving and affectionate portrayal of both patients and staff at the Strathcarron Hospice in Scotland gives a unique insight into how we as humans deal with the finality of life. Encouraged by nurse Mandy Malcomson, the patients and staff use singing as therapy, creating a positive environment as they come to terms with their fate. Hardie’s skill as a director is seen in her ability to balance the lightheartedness with the quiet intimacy, ultimately leading to a beautiful and respectful documentary.

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The Incident + Q&A with writer/director Jane Linfoot 4 Dec Barbican 14:15 DIRECTOR/SCREENWRITER JANE LINFOOT PRODUCER CAROLINE COOPER CHARLES WITH RUTA GEDMINTAS, TOM HUGHES, TASHA CONNOR UK 2015 94MIN

A successful young couple, Annabel (Ruta Gedmintas) and Joe (Tom Hughes), see their sheltered, affluent lifestyle and comfortable relationship unravel when they ignore the plight of a troubled teenage girl (Tasha Connor, in a breakout role). Writer/director Jane Linfoot follows up her BAFTA-nominated short film work with a domestic thriller that challenges its characters to delve deeper into their relationship and themselves, forcing them to examine who they really are.

Red Road 10th Anniversary Screening on 35mm 4 Dec Genesis Cinema 18:30

STILL FROM RED ROAD

DIRECTOR/SCREENWRITER ANDREA ARNOLD PRODUCER CARRIE COMFERFORD WITH KATE DICKIE, TONY CURRAN, MARTIN COMPSTON UK 2006 113MIN COURTESY OF VERVE PICTURES

Ten years ago Andrea Arnold made her feature length debut with a film that’s still considered to be one of the finest examples of British cinema. Red Road follows CCTV operator Jackie Morrison (Kate Dickie) who watches over the people in the Red Road estate. She takes no part in life, constantly observing until a man from her past appears on her screen and compels her into action. Presented here on a stunning 35mm print, we celebrate the powerful filmmaking of Andrea Arnold and the enduring impact of Red Road, now more relevant than ever before.

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WIRED WOMEN 26 – 27 Nov 71A Gallery 1 DAY £20 (£15 CONCESSION) 2 DAY £30 (£20 CONCESSION) FULL PROGRAMME AND TICKETS AT BIT.LY/WIREDWOMENWEEKENDER #WIREDWOMEN

Wired Women is back and this year we’re making it a weekender! Across the two days, we’ll be bringing you panel discussions, presentations and practical workshops with some of the industry’s leading ladies. Whether you’re looking to tackle the freelance world, develop your short into a feature or are seeking some guidance on that all important (and slightly mind-boggling) budget, Wired Women aims to give you those industry insights from the people who really know what they’re talking about! PROGRAMME SUPPORTED BY

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Day 1

Day 2

26 Nov

27 Nov

10.00 Introduction

10.15 Story Surgery

10.15 Funding: thinking outside the box

Dig into your script with renowned script editor Kate Leys, who has developed some of the UK’s most successful features.

Money moves the movie business, but where to get it? In this session, Sarah Mosses (CEO of Together Films) will uncover alternative avenues to getting funding. 11.40 Stats and how to change them Recent studies have revealed abysmal statistics of women working in film. Looking to the future, we’ll reveal avenues to change those numbers. In partnership with Calling the Shots 12.40 LUNCH PROVIDED AS PART OF TICKET PRICE

13.40 Casting your short You’ve perfected your script and your budget is finalised - now you’ve just got to tackle the casting. Whether you’re looking for your lead or hoping to lure established talent, this session will aim to answer questions about the casting process and how to get the best out of your actors. 14.40 Games writing Award-winning screenwriter, story designer and general narrative paramedic Rhianna Pratchett discusses the wild new world of writing for games. 16.00 Taking the plunge: shorts to features Join a panel of first feature filmmakers as they discuss the bumpy and often longwinded road from their award-winning shorts to making their first feature.

11.40 Budgeting your first feature Experienced AD and production manager Clare Cahill will go through the art of breaking down a script and creating a schedule that allows the director to tell their story creatively and efficiently. 12.40 LUNCH PROVIDED AS PART OF TICKET PRICE

13.40 Secret life of a foley artist Ever wondered what a foley artist actually does? In this lively practical session, established foley artist Ruth Sullivan reveals the joys of her job. In partnership with Sound Disposition. 14.50 Representing yourself as a freelancer Questions and notebooks at the ready: in this problem-solving session, Sara Putt (Sara Putt Associates) will be on hand with practical tips on how to kick-start a successful freelancing career. 16.00 Composing 101 Join a panel of experienced film composers as they talk about how they got into the industry, and the challenges and creative rewards of their craft. In partnership with Musician’s Union. 17.00 Drinks Join us for a drink (or two!) and a spot of networking with fellow filmmakers and speakers from across the weekend. A chance to chat and mull over everything you’ve heard from our speakers.

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Shorts Preselection Panel

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Abigail Addison, Aga Baranowska, Anna Bogutskaya, Cassandra Neal, Gabriella Apicella, Giulia Simone, Irene Silvera, Kate Williamson, Maria Cabrera, Martha Margetson, Olivia Howe, Prano Bailey-Bond

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Shorts Programming Abigail Addison, Anna Bogutskaya, Cassandra Neal, Gabriella Apicella, Prano Bailey-Bond

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Patrons

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Programme Coordinator Giulia Simone Events Coordinator Julia Brow

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WIRED WOMEN: FUNDING - THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX

WIRED WOMEN: STATS AND HOW TO CHANGE THEM

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WIRED WOMEN: CASTING YOUR SHORT

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WIRED WOMEN: STORY SURGERY

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