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    Trailer Watch: Tea Leoni Is Madam Secretary

    Created by Barbara Hall ("Homeland," "Judging Amy," "Joan of Arcadia,") CBS's "Madam Secretary" stars Leoni as a former CIA analyst turned college professor who is asked to serve as Secretary of State.

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    Trailer Watch: Jennifer Jason Leigh Stars in Jane Weinstock's The Moment

    Watch Jennifer Jason Leigh question reality -- and whether or not she's a murderer -- in the trailer for "The Moment," co-written and directed by Jane Weinstock.

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    Exclusive Clip from Jocelyn Towne's I AM I

    "I AM I" is the story of a young woman, Rachael (Jocelyn Towne), who meets her estranged father Gene (Kevin Tighe) at her mother’s funeral. In this exclusive clip, we see Jocelyn revisiting the past vis-a-vis her parents' old clothes

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    Leslie Mann Becomes a Movie Star: The Supporting Actress is A Leading Lady in Las Madres

    Mann will star in the bounty hunting comedy from Dreamworks. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer joins her.

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    Cannes Trailer Watch: Alice Rohrwacher's Le Meraviglie

    The trailer for Alice Rohrwacher's Cannes Competition entry "Le Meraviglie" is here. Rohrwacher is one of only two women up for the Palme d'Or this year. The film focuses on "the eldest daughter of a provincial bee-keeping family, whose summer is upended by the arrival of a young German boy and loca...

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    Trailer Watch: The Final Trailer for Maleficent

    "Maleficent" opens May 30: "Prepare to discover what could make a good fairy go bad."

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    Guest Post: "No One Would Ever Say That to Larry David": Female Showrunners and the Hypocritical Critical Edge

    To be clear, there’s nothing wrong with critique. Mindy Kaling and Lena Dunham have said as much. But let’s call a spade a spade. As fair as some or parts of the criticisms Kaling and Dunham face are, it highlights the double standard that exists.

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    Andrea Arnold's New Film American Honey: Her First Picture Set in the U.S.

    "American Honey" will focus on a runaway teenager making her way around the United States.

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    Callie Khouri Talks Nashville Season 2 Conclusion (No Spoilers)

    Hey ABC - renew the show already!

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    Women Directors Fare Much Better in the Indie World - But It's Still Not Good Enough

    Film festivals across the country are much more welcoming to female filmmakers.

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