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    Why Kristen Stewart is a Changed Woman and More Things We Learned About the Actress at Cannes

    "It's annoying that people think, 'Oh, is this the role where she's going to show everyone how she's grown?,'" Kristen Stewart told Indiewire last Friday in Cannes. "I'm not trying to show anyone anything."

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    Why Shailene Woodley is Wrong to Blast Twilight

    There'd be no "Divergent" without "Twilight."

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    'Twilight' Director Catherine Hardwicke Makes the Film-to-Cable Move

    Art director-turned-director Catherine Hardwicke hit 'Twilight' out of the park, but was not given time by Summit Entertainment to continue with the series. Follow-up "Red Riding Hood" was a rushed and misguided effort, and now like many women helmers, Hardwicke has done the sane and rational thing-...

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    Catching Fire Does Super Hero Numbers and Becomes Highest Opening Weekend Starring a Female Lead

    It's been a big fall for movies starring women at the box office. Catching Fire starring Jennifer Lawrence has seized the mantle and with an opening weekend gross of $161 million and has broken all November box office records.

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    Directing the Future Panelists Are Beating the Odds

    According to an oft-cited statistic, women comprise only 9% of directors in the film industry. But the participants of the "Directing the Future" panel at Pepperdine University School of Law's Women in Hollywood: 100 Years of Negotiating the System symposium haven't let those numbers stop them.

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    Catherine Hardwicke On Her Kinky, Twisted Thriller 'Plush' and Why She Considers 'Twilight' an Indie

    Catherine Hardwicke often speaks with the giddy, impassioned verve of a teenager. She takes great breaths in her speech in order to emphasize ideas, and to help you feel the way she feels about them. Given Hardwicke's filmography, such a disposition seems only natural. It's easy to see the themes an...

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    "No One Can Say it's a Level Playing Field" - Catherine Hardwicke Ignites Discussion on Women Directors

    Catherine Hardwicke, director of Thirteen and Twilight, spoke candidly to Variety about her career.

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    Interview with Jerusha Hess - Writer and Director of Austenland

    Women and Hollywood spoke with Austenland writer and director Jerusha Hess.

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    Sony Pictures Classics Only Counting on Women for Austenland

    Sony Pictures Classics (SPC) has made a calculated decision that the audience for the upcoming Jerusha Hess (who co-wrote Napoleon Dynamite) directed film will be predominantly women. They are so sure of the decision that their marketing plan is focused only on women.

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    CinemaCon Panel Decries Hollywood's Underserving Women, Chasing Young Males

    At CinemaCon, The Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min assembled and moderated a terrific panel, "Driving Financial Success: Women + Movies = Bigger Box Office," including Geena Davis, who runs the influential Institute on Gender and Media, director Paul Feig ("Bridesmaids," "The Heat"),...

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