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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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    Trailer Watch: Plush - Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

    As of late, there hasn't been much news about Catherine Hardwicke's upcoming, Plush, her first film since 2011's Red Riding Hood.

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    Watch: Red-Band Trailer For Catherine Hardwicke's 'Plush' Starring Emily Browning Plus New Pics & Poster

    It has been well over a year since we heard anything about Catherine Hardwicke's rock 'n roll flick "Plush" but not only is it in the can, it's hitting theaters in less than a month. Really. So it's no surprise that a wealth of promo material is now hitting the internet, with the teaser trailer, pos...

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    Catherine Hardwicke to Direct Age of Miracles

    Catherine Hardwicke has signed on to direct the adaptation of Karen Thompson Walker's bestseller (and one of my favorite books of last year) Age of Miracles.

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    Catherine Hardwicke Tapped For Big Screen Adaptation Of Sci-Fi Bestseller 'Age Of Miracles'

    After kicking off the "Twilight" franchise and promptly being replaced by an array of different (and, it should be noted, male) directors, director Catherine Hardwicke has been somewhat adrift. She did a decidedly "Twilight"-ish take on "Red Riding Hood" for Warner Bros. before the fairy tale craze ...

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    New York Times Says ‘Female Directors Gain Ground, Slowly.’ Should We Wait That Long?

    The great Carrie Rickey published a piece in the New York Times this past weekend with the depressing headline ‘Female Directors Gain Ground, Slowly’. The piece reported that in 2012, by their count, women directors hit a recent high of 9% of the 250 top grossing films.  That number...

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    Bret Easton Ellis Writing Supernatural High School Drama 'Copeland Prep' For The CW

    All that Twitter campaigning to write the film adaptation of "50 Shades of Grey" may not have paid off for Bret Easton Ellis, but the "American Psycho" author may get another chance to work on somethine vaguely "Twilight"y. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Ellis has...

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    Emily Browning To Star In Catherine Hardwicke's Thriller 'Plush'

    We're sure Catherine Hardwicke and Evan Rachel Wood are still pals, but sometimes scheduling or a variety of other reasons keep two people from working together. Earlier this year it looked like the "Thirteen" star and director were going to reunite on "Plush," but alas, things don't seem to have wo...

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    Hey Nina Jacobson - How About Picking a Woman for Catching Fire!

    According to reports in EW, the Playlist and the Hollywood Reporter, the search for a director for Catching Fire is down to two dudes -- Bennett Miller and Francis Lawrence.  Now I think that Miller is a great director.  I loved Moneyball and Capote.  But to pick him to direct Catchin...

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    Who Should Direct Catching Fire?

    So now it is official and Gary Ross has walked away from directing the sequel of Catching Fire because the production schedule was too tight. 

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