consists of everything and nothing in a random mix.
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01/24/2014 – That’s What She Said, 2012 (dir. Carrie Preston)
01/31/2014 – Smithereens, 1982 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
02/07/2014 – Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
02/14/2014 – Making Mr. Right, 1987 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
02/21/2014 – Cookie, 1989 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
02/28/2014 – She-Devil, 1989 (dir. Susan Seidelman)
03/07/2014 – Starstruck, 1982 (dir. Gillian Armstrong)
03/14/2014 – Sedmikrásky (Daisies), 1966 (dir. Věra Chytilová)
03/21/2014 – Orlando, 1992 (dir. Sally Potter)
03/28/2014 – The Punk Singer, 2013 (dir. Sini Anderson)
04/04/2014 – Bridget Jones’s Diary, 2001 (dir. Sharon Maguire)
04/18/2014 – Girlfriends, 1978 (dir Claudia Weill)
05/02/2014 – Hôtel Monterey, 1972 (dir. Chantal Akerman)
05/09/2014 – The Bride Wore Red, 1937 (dir. Dorothy Arzner)
05/16/2014 – Bright Star, 2009 (dir. Jane Campion)
05/23/2014 – Fish Tank, 2009 (dir. Andrea Arnold)
05/30/2014 – Dogfight, 1991 (dir. Nancy Savoca)
06/06/2014 - A League of Their Own, 1992 (dir. Penny Marshall)
06/13/2014 – Bend It Like Beckham, 2002 (dir. Gurinder Chadha)
06/27/2014 – Used People, 1992 (dir. Beeban Kidron)
07/04/2014 – A Little Bit of Heaven, 2012 (dir. Nicole Kassell)
07/11/2014 –  Sweetie, 1989 (dir. Jane Campion)
07/18/2014 – Meshes of the Afternoon, 1943 (dir. Maya Deren & Alexander Hammid)
09/05/2014 – Hester Street, 1975 (dir. Joan Micklin Silver)
09/12/2014 – Middle of Nowhere, 2012 (dir. Ava DuVernay)
09/19/2014 – Something New, 2006 (dir. Sanaa Hamri)
09/26/2014 – Night Catches Us, 2010 (dir. Tanya Hamilton)
10/03/2014 – Valley Girl, 1983 (dir. Martha Coolidge)
10/10/2014 – Carrie, 2013 (dir. Kimberly Peirce)
10/17/2014 – Obvious Child, 2014 (dir. Gillian Robespierre)


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GOOD NEWS for CONSERVATION: 
Regional Court Kills Controversial Serengeti Highway
by Jeremy Hance
The Serengeti ecosystem got a major reprieve last week when the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) ruled against a hugely-controversial plan to build a paved road through Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The court dubbed the proposed road “unlawful” due to expected environmental impacts. The case was brought to the regional court by the Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in 2010, but has taken four years to receive a definitive ruling.  “[We] fully [respect] Tanzania’s sovereignty and its need for national development,” Josphat Ngonyo, ANAW’s Executive Director said in a statement. “However, by taking up this matter, ANAW was in actual fact protecting a resource that would be of future benefit not only to Tanzanians or East Africans but also the entire humanity.” …

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rhamphotheca:

GOOD NEWS for CONSERVATION:

Regional Court Kills Controversial Serengeti Highway

by Jeremy Hance

The Serengeti ecosystem got a major reprieve last week when the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) ruled against a hugely-controversial plan to build a paved road through Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The court dubbed the proposed road “unlawful” due to expected environmental impacts. The case was brought to the regional court by the Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in 2010, but has taken four years to receive a definitive ruling.

“[We] fully [respect] Tanzania’s sovereignty and its need for national development,” Josphat Ngonyo, ANAW’s Executive Director said in a statement. “However, by taking up this matter, ANAW was in actual fact protecting a resource that would be of future benefit not only to Tanzanians or East Africans but also the entire humanity.”
(read more: Monga Bay)