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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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    Jennifer Lawrence to Team Up Again with David O. Russell

    Bradley Cooper isn't invited this time around, though.

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    Trailer Watch: Chloe Grace Moretz Wavers Between Life and Death in New If I Stay Trailer

    In case you need more dying teenage girls in your life this summer.

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    Eimear McBride's First Novel Wins Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction

    The Irish writer's novel "A Girl is a Half-formed Thing," which took many years to get published, has received a number of awards and accolades.

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    Celine Sciamma's Black Parisian Drama Girlhood Finds Distribution

    Karidja Toure stars as Marieme, a 15-year-old who ditches the only existence she's known to join a clique of tough girls -- and changing her name, her dress, and her life to do so.

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    Trailer Watch: Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen Stop Being 'Very Good Girls'

    Demi Moore, Ellen Barkin, and Richard Dreyfuss co-star in Naomi Foner's directorial debut.

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