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Weekly Roundup: Barbara Walters Dishes, Film Pioneer Gets Recognition

Barbara Walters returned to Harvard and revealed what she deplores about current news programming.

Insightful Q&A with Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn. (Spoiler alert!)

Learn more about film pioneer Alice Guy, the first woman to own a film studio. #SaveAlice

Red Band Society,The Good Lie—what’s next for creator Margaret Nagle?

Sarah Silverman‘s SNL appearance is worth watching (again).

Jill Soloway’s Transparent gets renewed, Katie Dippold will pen the next Ghostbusters movie, and 13 female film execs became mentors for AFI.

The Slates for Sarah walkathons raised $34,000+ to promote production safety.

— KELLY GLOVER

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