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    'Doll & Em' Director Azazel Jacobs Explains Why He Doesn't Mind Working In Hollywood

    Azazel Jacobs -- who goes by "Aza" -- has produced some of the shrewdest character-driven dramas developed by an American director in the past 10 years.

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    HBO Comedy 'Doll & Em' Makes The Case For Why You Shouldn't Hire Your Friend To Be Your Assistant

    Our review of HBO's "Doll & Em," where Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells play themselves in a miniseries they wrote with director Azazel Jacobs.

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    Watch: Emily Mortimer Hires Her Best Friend In The Trailer for HBO's Showbiz Comedy 'Doll & Em,' Directed By Azazel Jacobs

    Actresses Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells, best friends in real life, play fictionalized version of themselves in the upcoming HBO comedy "Doll & Em," which the pair co-wrote with series director Azazel Jacobs ("Terri").

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    Watch: Emily Mortimer and Her Best Friend Play Fictionalized Versions of Themselves in the Teaser for HBO Comedy 'Doll & Em'

    Created by "The Newsroom" star Emily Mortimer, "Doll & Em" is a British comedy that was acquired by HBO for a Wednesday, March 19th premiere.

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    HBO Acquires Emily Mortimer's Comedy Series 'Doll & Em,' Directed by Azazel Jacobs

    As we wait for official word as to whether or not "The Newsroom" will be back for a third season (star Jeff Daniels' insistence doesn't count), Emily Mortimer, who plays Will McAvoy's producer and much-abused love interest MacKenzie McHale, has found herself another perch at HBO.

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    Toolkit Case Study: Azazel Jacobs' "Terri"

    Film Independent hosted last month's Filmmaker Forum at the Directors Guild in Los Angeles, an annual event spotlighting the nuts and bolts of filmmaking. As part of the weekend program, FIND published case studies of various projects, giving an insiders view on what worked or didn't quite s...

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