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    WGA Lobbying for NY Tax Breaks for Diverse Writers' Rooms

    The proposed amendment would offer up to $50,000 in tax breaks to reimburse a female and/or nonwhite writer's fees and salary.

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    Heroines of Cinema: Why Don't More Women Make Movies? Marian Evans on Bridging The Gap Between Theory and Practice

    Writing this column, my gender makes me well aware that issues relating to women in film can be experienced quite differently in theory and practice. But this is scant insight compared to that offered by New Zealand writer, activist, academic and filmmaker Marian Evans, Wellywood Woman. Traversing t...

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    Trailer Watch: Angelina Jolie Sprouts Wings in New Maleficent Spot

    There's also a fun little moment when Maleficent carelessly flicks her tiny rival fairies away.

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    Women Comprise Majority of WGA's 2014 Writer Access Project Honorees

    The Writer Access Project discovers and awards mid-level writers from one of five diversity categories, including women.

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    Reinventing A Life: Lies I Told My Little Sister

    I've been a nonfiction writer all my life. I never envisioned becoming a screenwriter. But at age 60, I seem to have rewritten my obituary.

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    TV: Mary-Louise Parker to Star in NBC Sitcom Feed Me

    Creator Sally Robinson's single-camera comedy focuses on a troubled family and the restaurant they own.

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    Trailer Watch: Quvenzhane Wallis in Annie

    Wallis is perfectly charming and Cameron Diaz winsomely grouchy.

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    TV: Trailer Watch: Emily Mortimer's New HBO Sitcom About Female Friendship

    Thankfully, it'll be nothing like "The Newsroom."

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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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    TV: Lisa Edelstein, Janeane Garofalo to Star in Marti Noxon's New Bravo Series

    "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" will star Edelstein as a fortysomething self-help author who hides the disintegration of her marriage from her friends while traversing the tricky dating scene in Los Angeles as a newly single woman.

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