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    TIFF Review: Anne Fontaine's 'Gemma Bovery' Starring Gemma Arterton

    Oh, to be beautiful and bored. It has been over 150 years since Gustave Flaubert shocked the world with "Madame Bovary," his groundbreaking book about a provincial doctor's wife who embarks on a tragic affair to escape her dull, routine life. And ever since, the character of Emma Bovary has become b...

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    Watch: Gemma Arterton Struts Her Stuff In First Teaser Trailer for Anne Fontaine’s 'Gemma Bovery'

    As we learned from the"Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" poster "controversy," sex sells. Indeed, it speaks any language, and even though this first teaser trailer for "Gemma Bovery" is entirely in French, all you need is a set of eyes (or even one) to understand what exactly the marketing team behind t...

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    Interview with Anne Fontaine - Director of Adore

    Women and Hollywood got the chance to interview Anne Fontaine about her new film, Adore, which she directed. Adore hits theaters today.

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    September Film Preview

    As we head out of a strong August for women directed and centric films, we go straight into a Septemeber filled with varied and interesting projects from new and veteran women filmmakers.

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    Fall 2013 Preview - The Women

    Entertainment Weekly released its annual Fall Preview issue and so we thought it was time to do an overview of the women directed and women centric movies coming out over the next several months.

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    Watch: Naomi Watts and Robin Wright Swap Sons in Steamy 'Adore' Trailer

    Having been the subject of plenty of talk and controversy at Sundance back in January, as well as undergoing a name change from its original title "Two Mothers," Exclusive Releasing has released a US trailer for "Adore." The film features Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as Lil and Roz, two women who ha...

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