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The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire

The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire

From “30 Rock” to “UnReal,” we celebrate the great TV that’s been brought to us by female creators. Source: The Best TV Shows Created by Women | IndieWire  

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The Optimists: UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

The Optimists: UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

An Oscar winner, a UCLA sociologist and a social justice scholar discuss #diversity. Watch the #UCLAoptimist video: Source: The Optimists – UCLA – Diversity in Hollywood

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“Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

“Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

AUSTIN, TX: The panel discussions on the film track of the SXSW conference tend to focus on logistics – industry professionals advising upcoming filmmakers by focusing on the nuts and bolts of the … Source: “Have A Clear Intention and Do Your Fucking Work”: Women Creators Talk ‘The Female Lens’ at SXSW – Flavorwire

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‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic Oscars Fail Really Says | NY Times

‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic Oscars Fail Really Says | NY Times

After Sunday night’s jaw-dropping mix-up when the presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the wrong best picture, we asked the chief film critics of The New York Times, A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis, and the Times critic at large, Wesley Morris, to share their reactions. Source: ‘Moonlight,’ ‘La La Land’ and What an Epic…

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YouTube Millionaires: Wong Fu Productions Conveys “Meaningful Messages And Stories” – Tubefilter

YouTube Millionaires: Wong Fu Productions Conveys “Meaningful Messages And Stories” – Tubefilter

Philip Wang and Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions have earned a dedicated follow by consistently posting short films over 10 years. Source: YouTube Millionaires: Wong Fu Productions Conveys “Meaningful Messages And Stories” – Tubefilter

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‘Hidden Figures’ Is The First Movie With Multiple Female Leads To Remain No. 1 Since 2011 | The Huffington Post

‘Hidden Figures’ Is The First Movie With Multiple Female Leads To Remain No. 1 Since 2011 | The Huffington Post

The last one with two top-grossing weekends was “The Help.” Source: ‘Hidden Figures’ Is The First Movie With Multiple Female Leads To Remain No. 1 Since 2011 | The Huffington Post

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Barry Jenkins Quietly Makes History With Oscar Nomination Trifecta | The Huffington Post

Barry Jenkins Quietly Makes History With Oscar Nomination Trifecta | The Huffington Post

No other black writer-director has been nominated for Best Director, Picture and Screenplay. Source: Barry Jenkins Quietly Makes History With Oscar Nomination Trifecta | The Huffington Post

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This Is Why Diverse Wins At The Golden Globes Are So Important|VULTURE

This Is Why Diverse Wins At The Golden Globes Are So Important|VULTURE

How will Hollywood respond to Trump? The Golden Globes may give some indication. Hollywood’s come a long way since #OscarsSoWhite. But it still has a ways to go (some might say, over the “Hidden Fences“). Despite flubs from a red carpet correspondent and Michael Keaton conflating Hidden Figures with Fences, two movies starring mostly Black…

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Park Chan-wook Returns with ‘The Handmaiden’ | LA TIMES

Park Chan-wook Returns with ‘The Handmaiden’ | LA TIMES

“The Handmaiden” may be one of the best movie bargains of the year. The latest from acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook, the film packs in more plot twists, story turns and character shifts than a season of “Scandal.” An erotic lesbian romance, a scheming con-artist story and a period drama, with much of the…

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‘Certain Women’ movie review by Justin Chang – LA Times

‘Certain Women’ movie review by Justin Chang – LA Times

Justin Chang reviews ‘Certain Women’. Directed by Kelly Reichardt. With Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern, James Le Gros. Video by Jason H. Neubert. Source: ‘Certain Women’ movie review by Justin Chang – LA Times

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