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    New Trailer: Adore - Directed by Anne Fontaine

    Anne Fontaine's latest, Adore, stars Naomi Watts and Robin Wright as two lifelong friends who both end up in majorly boundary crossing relationships with each other's sexy grown sons.

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    Quote of the Day: Liz W. Garcia - The Obstacles That Women Face in Hollywood Are Particularly Difficult Because Many Can't Be Seen, Or Easily Identified...

    I came across this interview from Go Into the Story with writer/director Liz W. Garcia whose film The Lifeguard premiered at Sundance in 2013 and will be coming out on August 30th.

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    Beth McCarthy-Miller to Direct Mean Moms

    New Line has just hired Beth McCarthy-Miller to direct the comedy, Mean Moms. Don't worry, it's not a sequel to 2004's Mean Girls but both films are based on books by Rosalind Wiseman.

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    Trailer Watch: The New Black - Directed by Yoruba Richen

    In honor of a historic day in American history, we bring you the new trailer for Yoruba Richen's documentary The New Black which just won the AFI Docs Film Festival Audience Award and played at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The whole team from Women and Hollywood has seen the film and are big fans.

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    Trailer Watch: The Hot Flashes - Directed by Susan Seidelman

    The Hot Flashes, directed by Susan Seidelman, follows a group of middle-aged women, all former high school basketball champions, who take up the basketball after many years and challenge the current high school team to raise awareness and funds for a mobile breast cancer service van.

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    Guest Post: Wrap Up from the Human Rights Film Festival

    The Human Rights Watch Film Festival just ended, exhibiting some beautiful and undeniably poignant tales that are not always told, nor heard. Bringing together stories from across the globe, I've chosen four films that I believe echo and reverberate optimism in the face of fear and oppression, ...

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    Women Centric & Directed Films Nab Awards at Provincetown Film Festival and Los Angeles Film Festival

    Yesterday both the Provincetown Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival announced the recipients of their awards and women won big. Both festivals honored several women directed and centric films.

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    Women Directors and Why Language Matters

    A couple of weeks ago I read that the two male directors -- Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg -- of Kon-Tiki which was nominated for best foreign language film got the gig of directing the latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

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