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    Frozen Becomes the 5th Top-Grossing Movie of All Time

    In Japan, Anna and Elsa have topped the box office for eleven consecutive weeks.

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    Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, Rose Byrne Honored by Women in Film

    Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, Rose Byrne, Eva Longoria, and Frozen director Jennifer Lee are the five honorees of WIF's Crystal + Lucy Awards.

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    Frozen Now the Highest-Grossing Animated Film in History

    Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck's feminist fairy tale has become one of the top-ten highest-grossing films of all time.

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    Frozen Estimated to Become Highest-Grossing Movie in Disney History

    Who knew that the best holiday gift Disney could give itself was turning its back on its past?

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    The Big O: Between Ellen and Everyone's Mom, Oscar Night Turned Into Ladies Night

    For a year with no female talent represented in the director’s category and only three of the nine best-picture candidates featuring women in lead roles, the Oscar show was a regular femme fest.

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    Women and the Oscars 2014

    At Women and Hollywood we want people to use this week to interrupt the conversations about the Oscars and remind people that no women were nominated for best director this year and that we need to see more women directed films.

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    Frozen, Gravity, and Philomena Win at BAFTAs

    Co-director Jennifer Lee's "Frozen" was the only woman-led project to take home a trophy at the British Oscars.

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    Frozen Wins Best Picture at Annie Awards

    For the second time since the Annie Awards' Best Animated Feature prize was established in 1992, a woman-directed film has received the top honor.

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    The Good and the Bad Among the 2014 Oscar Nominees

    2013 was an even-worse-than-usual year for non-acting women in Hollywood -- only 6% of the 250 top-grossing films were directed by female filmmakers and just 10% written by female screenwriters -- so it's no surprise to us that there's little to celebrate about this year's nominees.

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