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    Quote of the Day: Michelle Rodriguez Criticizes Guys Version of Strong Women

    In a wide-ranging interview with Latina Magazine, Michelle Rodriguez proves yet again that she's one of the gutsiest actresses in Hollywood by calling out the film industry's skewed vision of "strong women." The solution? More women's voices, of course. But that means the female movers and shakers h...

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    October Horror Series Wrap Up

    Throughout October, Women and Hollywood has been examining women in horror--coming of age, lady killers, demon girls, witches, haunted women--in television and film. We've also had the chance to interview awesome women writing and directing some of our favorite feminist horror classics and new talen...

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    Season of the Witch: Conjuring Strength Through Power

    It's the season of the witch, both in the sense that it's Halloween, and that supernatural sisters are in the midst of a huge comeback. Meryl Streep's playing the Witch in a movie adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's Into The Woods.

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    Quote of the Day: Manohla Dargis Putting the Button on Blue

    Manohla Dargis has had some issues with the film Blue is the Warmest Color (which did very well at the box office in the US where it opened this weekend) since she saw it back in Cannes in May.

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    We are the Weirdos, Mister: Revisiting The Craft

    I was eight years old when The Craft came out in 1996. I remember seeing the VHS on the shelves of the video store for years and then finally picking it out when I was in sixth grade.

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    Quote of the Day: Diablo Cody on Writing Strong Female Characters

    Film School Rejects does a really great interview with Diablo Cody on the release of her directorial debut Paradise. (Side note- Many of the interviews she has done for the release of this film have been stellar.) She is one the best when talking about women's issues in Hollywood.

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    LFF Women Directors: Meet Chika Anadu

    Chika Anadu's debut feature film, B For Boy, is in competition in the London Film Festival's first feature section. Having delivered two ambitious and acclaimed short films on a similar subject, Chika has delivered an incredibly bold, strong film about what it means to be a woman in modern day Niger...

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    The 33rd Susan B. Anthony Awards

    Last night I was one of four people who received a Susan B. Anthony Award from the NYC chapter of the National Organization for Women.

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    The Horror of Coming-of-Age: Subverting the Teen Girl Experience in Film

    Growing up can be a bit of a bloodbath for everyone, regardless of gender. And when it comes to how the actual gory details of the process are portrayed on film, young female characters don't often get the same freedom to explore the dark side of the process that young men do, unless you happen to b...

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    Nicole Kidman Goes All Feminist at Variety Awards

    Nicole Kidman was honored at this year's Variety Power of Women awards for her work with UN Women to advance the rights of women and girls across the world.

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