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    Interview with Nina Jacobson: Producer of the Hunger Games

    Nina Jacobson is poised to have a really great weekend.  She's about to open The Hunger Games which if tracking and advance sales hold will be one of the best opening weekends ever.  She answered some questions by phone as the film gets ready to roll out

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    Producer Watch: Nina Jacobson at the Premiere of The Hunger Games

    Nina Jacobson has been around Hollywood for a while. She's one of a handful of women to run a studio having run Buena Vista Studios at Disney until 2006.

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    How Big Will The Hunger Games Open?

    The news is that this week when The Hunger Games came onto the pre release tracking (which is what the studios use to gauge awareness and desire to see a film) it was huge - so huge that experts are saying it could open between $70 and $100 million.

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    Women in Film (LA) Names New Board Members

    This board is full of some seriously powerful women.  The new members (below) join the board for 2012.  The board is led by producer Cathy Schulman.

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    Sundance 2012: Interview with Amy Ziering - Producer of Invisible War

    Amy Ziering is the producer of 'The Invisible War' directed by Kirby Dick and winner of the Sundance 2012 Documentary Audience Award.

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    What Bigelow Effect? Number of Women Directors in Hollywood Falls to 5 Percent

    The Oscar nominations this morning give us another year where there are no women directors included in the list. This year we won't see Kathryn Bigelow up on the stage giving out the best director award to the next winner. When she won two years ago there was much hope that the numbers of women di...

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    Great Interview With Glenn Close

    A really great homage to her whole career on the eve of the Oscar nominations. She willed Albert Nobbs into existence. She is the star, the producer, the co-writer and she also write the lyrics to the song. Pretty impressive.

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    A View from the Trenches: Is Estrogen My Last Hurdle to Success?

    I blame my Midwestern roots for my optimistic views and somewhat naivé outlook on my career in Hollywood. Hard work reaps rewards so any hurdle I saw was positive because it made me a better producer, a better writer and a better director. I can overcome hurdles or at the very least, learn from the...

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    The Invisible War: New Poster

    Haunting- Film Premieres at Sundance. Here's the trailer. I love the tag line. The battle ground is your barracks. These are women dedicating themselves to serving the US and they are being raped by their fellow soldiers. Horrific. Can't wait to see this one.

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    Four Women Producers Included in List for PGA's Top Honor - Kathleen Kennedy Nominated for Two Awards

    The Producer's Guild of America announced their nominees for top awards yesterday and four women are included on the list for the top honor which is the Darryl F. Zanuck Producer Of The Year Award In Theatrical Motion Pictures.

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