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    Interview with Jerusha Hess - Writer and Director of Austenland

    Women and Hollywood spoke with Austenland writer and director Jerusha Hess.

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    Five Plays by Lucy Thurber to Open Simultaneously in New York

    Rattlestick Playwrights Theater is putting on a festival dedicated to the playwright Lucy Thurber this month.

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    TV Pilot Roundup for August 16th: New Shows from Shonda Rhimes, Tina Fey and Nahnatchka Khan

    Here's a roundup of some of the most notable pilot news from the last week.

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    Trailer Watch: How I Live Now - Co-Written by Penelope Skinner

    How I Live Now, based on the novel by Meg Rosoff, stars Saoirse Ronan as Daisy, who is sent to live with her family in the English countryside. She falls for the boy next door just as World War III strikes. When they are invaded, Daisy must survive to keep her family together and find her boyfriend ...

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    Susanne Bier and Julie Delpy Line Up New Gigs

    Susanne Bier and Julie Delpy are in talks for two exciting and high-profile projects.

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    Fall 2013 Preview - The Women

    Entertainment Weekly released its annual Fall Preview issue and so we thought it was time to do an overview of the women directed and women centric movies coming out over the next several months.

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    Trailer Watch: Mother of George - Written by Darci Picoult

    Mother of George, written by Darci Picoult, was a Sundance hit with massive praise for Danai Gurira's standout performance. It's gorgeous cinematography took home the top award.

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    Lake Bell's Directorial Debut, In A World..., Smartly Examines Industry Sexism

    Lake Bell's directorial debut, In A World…, is a hilarious and uncomfortable look into how deeply sexism can plague an industry. She stars as Carol Solomon, a struggling voice-over artist, who does vocal coaching to make ends meet.

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    Women Created Pilot News Roundup

    In the past week, there's been a ton of notable women created pilot news. Writers like Marti Noxon, Jill Soloway and Rashida Jones (the soon to be dearly departed Ann Perkins from Parks and Recreation) have all received pilot orders.

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