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Out of the 250 top-grossing films of 2013, only 3% were shot by women. Only 3%! That’s 7.5 women out of 250 cinematographers.

Three is a measly percent, but the women who are that percent are ones to watch out for. The following are eight talented cinematographers you’ve probably never heard of, but remember these ladies and keep an eye out for their work.

Ellen Kuras

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (dir. Michel Gondry)

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Maryse Alberti

The Wrestler (dir. Darren Aronofsky)

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Reed Morano

Kill Your Darlings (dir.John Krokidas)

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Rachel Morrison

Sound of My Voice (dir. Zal Batmanglij)

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Mandy Walker

Australia (dir. Baz Luhrmann)

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Rain Li

Paranoid Park (dir. Gus Van Sant)

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Agnès Godard

Sister (dir. Ursula Meier)

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Caroline Champetier

Holy Motors (dir. Leos Carax)

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The Conversation (1974) Dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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Eyes - A Single Man (2009)

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The SIX KINGS.

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Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman…on the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine as the Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in ‘All the President’s Men’ (1976)

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Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman
…on the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine as the Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in ‘All the President’s Men’ (1976)

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"I just wanted him to love me. I wanted more, lots of more. Tons. I wanted him to want me as much as I wanted him. I didn’t care if it would work or not. I was happy to hear him read Macbeth at midnight, just to listen to the sound of his voice."

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"In his teens, Cassavetes became known as a delinquent and a bit of a daredevil."

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The X-Files -  Famous movie posters’ style by Anna Valle

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More: Frenzy & Pulp Fiction

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There are many stories in Twin Peaks — some of them are sad, some funny. Some of them are stories of madness, of violence. Some are ordinary. Yet they all have about them a sense of mystery — the mystery of life. Sometimes, the mystery of death. The mystery of the woods. The woods surrounding Twin Peaks.

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Al Pacino photographed by Tony Korody, 1973 (x)

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