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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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