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Glamour magazine’s 2013 Woman of the Year honoree Barbara Streisand has 5 pieces of advice.

We can certainly get behind this student filmmaking PACT5.

Will Deadline.com still be worth reading?

Television love triangles may not be the best thing for women. Maybe.

2nd 2nd AD Alicia Lewis knows a thing or three about “base camp” set ups.

How Swedish filmmaking trumps the U.S., especially for women.

Congratulations to Karen Magee, Attica Locke and others!

R.I.P. Actor, Writer, Irene Kane

Adios Blockbuster...

-KELLY GLOVER

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