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Women & Hollywood’s Recommended Reads: Week of October 2

Women & Hollywood's Recommended Reads: Week of October 2

Lupita Nyong’o Shines a Light on Africa (NY Times)

Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald on New ‘Malala’ Doc, Feminist Barbie and a Revived ‘Men in Black’ (Sans Will Smith) (THR)

Patricia Arquette Talks Wage Equality and Sexism in Hollywood (Fortune)

‘99% of Women Working in the Film and TV Industries Have Experienced Sexism’ (The Guardian)

Geena Davis: ‘After Thelma & Louise, People Said Things Would Improve for Women in Film. They Didn’t’ (The Guardian)

Killer Films’ Co-Founders Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler on Lesbian Romance ‘Carol’ and Indie Resilience (THR)

Ellen Page Calls for More Diverse Stories (Screen Daily)

Women’s Works: Woodstock Film Festival Turns Spotlight on Female Filmmakers (Daily Freeman)

Alison Owen: ‘The Suffragettes Were Guerrillas. Their Story Needed to Be Told’ (Telegraph)

Meet the Woman Behind Stephen Colbert’s Game-Changing Guest-Booking Strategy (Fast Company)

The Good Wife May Explore Alicia’s Alcoholic Tendencies in Season 7 (TV Line)

Why Stuntwomen Face Unequal Pay for Equal Stunts (Guest Column) (Variety)

Sexism Still Prevalent in Korean Media Industry (Korean Herald)

The Embarrassing Number That Got Illeana Douglas and TCM to Showcase ‘Trailblazing Women’ Directors (LA Times)

How ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Is Embracing Female Empowerment Like Never Before (THR)

Girls Behaving Badly – The Thrilling Rise of the YA Antiheroine (The Guardian)

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