New Voices in Film Criticism: Tasha Robinson at The Dissolve
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New Voices in Film Criticism: Tasha Robinson at The Dissolve

The Dissolve’s Tasha Robinson writes up a brilliant piece about female characters in films who…

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At Cannes Stories About Women Dominate, even if Female Filmmakers are Rare
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At Cannes Stories About Women Dominate, even if Female Filmmakers are Rare

In case you’ve been wondering why it’s so difficult to get movies about women made…

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Katherine Heigl Turns to Indiegogo to Help Raise fund for Jenny’s Wedding
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Katherine Heigl Turns to Indiegogo to Help Raise fund for Jenny’s Wedding

What do you do if you’re an independent movie written and directed by a woman,…

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Wolf and the Accusations of Presumed Misogyny
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Wolf and the Accusations of Presumed Misogyny

Two Female Driven Films Kill at the Box Office
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Two Female Driven Films Kill at the Box Office

The box office powerhouse that is Jennifer Lawrence, and the brilliant marketing team (and great…

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How Have Women Fared in Film? An Infographic
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How Have Women Fared in Film? An Infographic

Fairly enlightening, this. And depressing. Don’t make me start talking about the three holes again.…

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Lynda Obst Grabs New Hollywood by the Balls and — SQUEEZES
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Lynda Obst Grabs New Hollywood by the Balls and — SQUEEZES

Dear Academy: Consider the Women Directors
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Dear Academy: Consider the Women Directors

One thing we know about the industry now is that they prefer their women naked…

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NY Times Debate: How Can Women Gain Influence in Hollywood?
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NY Times Debate: How Can Women Gain Influence in Hollywood?

Women and Hollywood’s Melissa Silverstein, someone I consider to be a growing voice in the…

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David Edelstein Highlights Three Great Films of 2010
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David Edelstein Highlights Three Great Films of 2010

Three American indies directed by women are “marvelous.” He calls Winter’s Bone, the “Movie of…

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