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Weekly Roundup: Lily Tomlin, ‘Transparent’ & MoMA Screenings
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Lily Tomlin
discusses new projects, gender bias and partying in her trailer with Jane Fonda.

It’s official: Amy Pascal is no longer co-chairman of Sony Pictures.

Disney reveals its first Latina princess: Elena of Avalor.

This Q&A with Transparent consultant Jennifer Finney Boylan is as important and informative as the show.

WIA (Women In Animation) turns 20 and their membership is thriving!

The Women’s Film Preservation Fund screenings are at MoMA until 2/13. There’s still time to attend a screening!

— KELLY GLOVER

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