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    Trailer Watch: Reese Witherspoon Heals Herself in "Wild"

    Grief takes the form of a 1,100-mile hiking trip for writer Cheryl Strayed.

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    Rooney Mara and Megan Ellison to Adapt Somalia Kidnapping Memoir

    Amanda Lindhout's memoir "A House in the Sky" details her fifteen months in captivity.

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    Heroines of Cinema: 9 Things We Could Learn From Taking a Global Perspective on Women Directors

    The level of public consciousness about the barriers faced by female filmmakers is higher than it has ever been. Despite this, the discussion more often than not centers around North America and to a lesser extent, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

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    Sarah Jessica Parker Eyes Return to TV in Cop Drama

    She'll be trading in her Manolos for a Magnum.

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    Will the Female-Driven Drama Chasing Life Dare to Get Real About Leukemia?

    "Chasing Life" has the potential to carve out a new niche by shining a light on a subject we often don't want to think about: the fact that sometimes the young and beautiful and seemingly immortal get seriously sick, too.

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    Heroines of Cinema: Why Rejecting Maya Angelou Was a Huge Mistake Made By the Film Industry

    In the many obituaries that followed Maya Angelou's death, her career as a filmmaker was often touched upon, usually as a side note. This is quite understandable -- Angelou's literary achievements clearly dwarfed her work in cinema, which was sporadic and relatively unprolific. But what was not rema...

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    Marion Cotillard to Star in French Auteur Nicole Garcia's Next Film

    "Mal de Pierres" (literal translation: "Evil Stones") will be Garcia's eighth feature.

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