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Julie Akeret

Julie Akeret is an independent filmmaker working in western Massachusetts. She has a BA from Columbia University in psychology. For the past twenty years, she has worked in various capacities of the film business: sound editor, assistant film editor, soundperson, cameraperson, and director and producer. Her films have won many awards and are distributed by Women Make Movies, Filmmakers Library, and Bullfrog Films. Julie Akeret is a member of Women Make Movies in NYC and Women in Film and Video/New England in Boston.

Julie lives in Leeds, Massachusetts with her husband and two children. (8/14)

A film by Julie Akeret and Christian McEwen, 2004, 28 min., Color

Are tomboys tamed once they grow up? This lively and inspiring documentary explodes that archaic myth with the stories of proud tomboys of all ages: A...

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