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    A New Post Twilight Hollywood

    We have finally reached the end of an important moment in film history.  I know that many people dismiss the Twilight saga for a multitude of reasons - it's about vampires, it is focused on a girl's story, it's a romance, it's just not good, etc., etc. - but to me, that is just ...

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    Guest Post: Women in Film Los Angeles Gets Busy

    Guest Post: Women in Film Los Angeles Gets Busy

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    Guest Post: Time For A Major Women's Film Award Initiative?

    As the awards season gets under way each year I look for the women who are nominated and most years I’m disappointed – the only award category where it is certain that a woman will be nominated is best actress. Why is there a category for actors who are women but not for writers or ...

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    No Women Nominated for European Film Awards in Major Categories

    Last week The European Film Awards announced their nominees for their annual awards. Michael Haneke’s Amour and Steve McQueen’s Shame picked up a majority of the nominations.

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    Women Created and Centric TV News Roundup - November 1

    With every roundup we do, we get more excited and hopeful for the upcoming crop of future TV shows by and about women. With projects from Jennifer Garner, Shonda Rhimes and Oprah—there is bound to be some interesting and nuanced portrayals of women headed to your TV screen. (We hope)

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    Trailer Watch: Breaking the Girls - Directed by Jamie Babbit

    IFC recently aquired the rights to Breaking the Girls from Jamie Babbit best known for But I'm A Cheerleader The script is co-written by Go Fish writer, Guinevere Turner, and follows two college friends (Madeline Zima and Agnes Bruckner) who plan to kill their respective enemies.

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    2012 Houston Cinema Arts Festival Focuses on Women Directors

    The Houston Cinema Arts Society recently announced their lineup for the 2012 Houston Cinema Arts Festival. This year in honor of the 40th anniversary of Women Make Movies, the festival is emphasizing women directors. Both the opening and closing films of the festival are directed by women. Opening u...

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    Guest Post: American Mary Sets Out to Modify the Way You Think About Women in Horror

    In short, our film American Mary proclaims that she is the story of medical student Mary Mason who is growing increasingly broke and disenchanted by medical school and the surgeons she once admired. The allure of easy money and notoriety brings Mary into the messy world of body modification and unde...

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    Canada Establishing Rosalind Prize for Women Fiction Writers

    During the Vancouver Writers Fest, frustration turned into creation. A panel of five women, including the founder of the U.K.’s Orange Prize for fiction, discussed the current state of women’s representations in literature. And the statistics provided by panel member, novelist Susan Swan...

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    Australia Launches Literary Award for Women - The Stella Prize

    Australia has launched its first major literary award for women writers inspired by the UK Women’s Prize for fiction.

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