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As a sponsor of the 25th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, lynda.com is delighted to put you in the front row of four fascinating panel discussions with some of Hollywood's top filmmakers, including a number of Golden Globe, Emmy, Grammy, and Academy Award winners and nominees. Join us for the women's panel featuring Sarah Siegel-Magness (producer, Precious) and Joan Sobel (editor, A Single Man).
(Music playing.) Bonnie Arnold: When the film was over he invited me to come work for him at Columbia Pictures, and I asked someone, should I do this? And they said, well, when you get invited to Hollywood, you got to go.
Rachel Tenner: I walked down the street and I'll see somebody, and say, oh my God, that's such a Coen brother face. Joan Sobel: Sometimes you get a chance to work with someone who is just so amazingly creative. Sarah Siegel Magness: Once you make a film like Precious, it's impossible to stop thinking about those girls. Eris Cressida Wilson: That's part of a blankness that is a gift that you can go to your beginner's mind, and go "I'm blank," and the stuff start to come in a pure way. Amanda Pope: You need to develop your ability to go and do the most difficult thing in front of you, because it's a more interesting way to live.
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