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    Margot Robbie Parodies 'American Psycho' Morning Routine Scene For Vogue

    "There is an idea of Margot Robbie, some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me. Only an entity, something illusory."

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    Mary Harron to Direct Manson-Followers Movie 'The Family'

    Harron will reunite with her "American Psycho" screenwriter Guinevere Turner.

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    Julianne Moore, Christine Vachon, and More Team Up with Tribeca and Chanel to Support Women Filmmakers

    Through Her Lens, a three-day program for U.S.-based female writers and directors, culminates in a pitch to industry experts and an award of $75,000 to one filmmaker to produce her project.

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    Who Needs the Boys' Club? 5 Ways to Break Through Hollywood's Glass Ceiling

    82% of first-time directors are male. At IFP Independent Film Week, prominent women in film discussed how to change the tides.

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    Exclusive Video: Mary Harron on How to Get Films Made Regardless of the Budget

    Learn from the director of "American Psycho" and "I Shot Andy Warhol."

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    Attention, Filmmakers: 10 Must-Read Tips from the Women of NYU Fusion Film Festival

    The three-day festival of screenings and panels promotes women and collaboration between the sexes in film, television and new media (aka the Internet). Here's what we learned...

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    How Great Directors Like Morgan Spurlock and Adam McKay Found the Funny for 'We The Economy'

    The short film series, streaming free across multiple platforms, features work by the directors behind "G.I. Joe," "Anchorman," "Twilight" and "American Psycho."

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