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    Hunger Games Producer Nina Jacobson to Adapt Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch

    The Goldfinch made The New York Times Book Review's top ten books of 2013.

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    Producer Gigi Pritzker Lands $50 Mil in Financing

    Her company, OddLot Entertainment, recently funded "Drive," "The Way Way Back," and "Ender's Game."

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    Tina Fey to Produce and Star in Black Comedy About War

    Tina Fey's not playing it safe.

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    Meryl Streep to Join Carey Mulligan in Suffragette

    Which is wonderful news, but leads us to wonder why there aren't a lot more movies about suffragettes.

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    Ricki Lake to Explore Dangers of Hormonal Birth Control in New Doc

    "In the fifty years since its release, the birth control pill has become synonymous with women's liberation and has been thought of as some sort of miracle drug," say Lake and Abby Epstein. "But now it's making women sick."

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    Athena FF: Tales from the Trenches

    Women working in TV and film definitely have a few riveting stories to tell. Documenting and archiving those stories is the mission of the Women in Film Foundation's Legacy Series. At this year's Athena Film Festival, a WIF co-hosted panel of women shared their own experiences.

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    Nancy Buirski's Afternoon of a Faun Explores a Dance Legend

    "Tanaquil Le Clercq is mythic. She is also one of the most mesmerizing figures I have ever seen on screen. Not only was I seduced by her beauty, her elegance, and her genius as a dancer, but the fact that this unique talent was felled by polio was too much to bear."

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    Stephanie Soechtig's Sundance Doc Fed Up Sold

    The alarming and attention-grabbing documentary looks at the relationship between the food industry and obesity.

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    Producer Alix Madigan's Sundance Keynote: Instability of Indie Film is Worth the Risk

    Madigan was the keynote speaker at the Sundance Producer's Luncheon this year -- an opportunity she used to discuss her love of independent film. Her speech was a reaction to the widely reported departure of veteran producer Ted Hope from the world of filmmaking.

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    Sundance Women Producers: Meet Mel Eslyn

    "From the first pitch I was hooked. This story felt like nothing I had seen before. There was a navigation of common emotions and human interactions that was dealt with in such a wildly new and imaginative way."

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