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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Cross Post: Women Attend Comic-Con But Don't Run the Show

    This year, 40 percent of the attendees at the just completed annual Comic-Con were women. If only that percentage was reflected in the event’s programming.

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    Parties and Movies! GenArt Film Festival Opens with 'Missed Connections,' Closes with 'Kitchen'

    With their tagline of "7 Premieres, 7 Parties" and festival line up filled with emerging directors, New York City's GenArt Film Festival feels like Tribeca's hip younger sibling.

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    Tragedy at a Movie Theater in Colorado

    I'm sitting here, watching the news and I want to write something because that's what I do, I write something. But what can you possibly say at a time like this?

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  • The Playlist
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    3 New Clips & Photos From 'Celeste And Jesse Forever' Starring Rashida Jones & Andy Samberg

    Breaking up is hard to do. It's even harder if your partner also happens to be your best friend, and that distinction forms the basis of "Celeste And Jesse Forever," the upcoming romantic comedy that takes a funny and dramatic look at the end of a relationship and what it takes to start over.

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    Watch Trailer For South African Action Comedy 'Gog' Helen' (Family, Crooks & A Mattress Full Of Cash)

    Here's a trailer for a project I profiled earlier this week; a trailer didn't exist at the time, but one was uploaded to YouTube yesterday, which I was alerted to this morning.

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  • The Playlist
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    Exclusive: Tony Gilroy Pulls The Curtain Back On The Secretive 'The Bourne Legacy'

    Tony Gilroy has a mini-armada at his disposal. In June of 2012, in an unassuming block of offices in midtown Manhattan, the writer/director is sequestered with a team of editors orchestrating the next installment of Universal’s lucrative ‘Bourne’ franchise, which grossed nearly a billion dollars wor...

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    Incestuous Undertones and Infidelity: Ovation's 'Bouquet of Barbed Wire'

    Class, masculine competition, buried pasts and father-daughter dynamics make up a luridly dark arrangement in the three-part UK miniseries "Bouquet of Barbed Wire," the first episode of which airs on Ovation this Saturday, July 21 at 10m ET/7pm PT.

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  • Indiewire
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    Critical Consensus: Mike D'Angelo and Keith Uhlich on 'The Dark Knight Rises,' Christopher Nolan, and Batman's Next Move

    Time Out New York critic Keith Uhlich joins freelancer Mike D'Angelo (The A/V Club, The Man Who Viewed Too Much) to discuss "The Dark Knight Rises" and other aspects of director Christopher Nolan's career. They conclude by exploring where both Batman and Nolan may wind up next.

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    Approaching Peak Vagina: Lena Dunham and Amy Poehler Score Rare Female Double Emmy Writing Nominations

    The Emmy nominations were released yesterday.  There is a lot of good news to recognize most especially the fact that two women -- Lean Dunham and Amy Poehler -- were nominated for their comedy writing.  According to Nellie at Deadline having two women nominated for comedy writing is a big...

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  • Press Play
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    Old Man, Look at My Life: On NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS

    In 1971, Neil Young played two triumphant homecoming concerts at Toronto's Massey Hall. He was twenty-six years old, a formidable talent.

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